How Does Transpiration Work?


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Sudipa Sarkar Profile
Sudipa Sarkar answered
Transpiration is a method that refers to the evaporation of water from any biological façade. It may be from any leaves, skin or even lungs. Transpiration is the miniature form of evapotranspiration which refers to the method defining evaporation from a given landscape including both organic and inorganic substances within it. For a plant, transpiration occurs through the stomata – the microscopic pore on the leaves of the plant.

Transpiration is an unavoidable phenomenon that consequents moist mesophyll membranes being exposed into the atmosphere. Transpiration can be considered problematic as it may become a difficult issue to replenish water during dry season, hence may result dehydration in return. On the other hand, it has also some beneficial significance as it helps an organism to cool down to some extent by the method of subsequent evaporation.
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nabwire scarlet answered
Transpiration is the process by which plants take back water to the atmosphere
After retaining water from the ground, plants then release water through
their leaves to the atmosphere.
Carissa Murla Profile
Carissa Murla answered
This is when a leaf loses water.
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
It absorbs water

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