difeerence between :
1. guttation and bleeding
2. turgidity and flaccidity
Asked by raddibasawaraj | 29th Apr, 2014, 11:38: PM
1. Guttation is defined as the loss of water in the form of droplets through hydathodes while bleeding is the discharge of watery solution from the cut or injured parts of a plant.
2. Turgidity is the pressure (turgor pressure) created against the cell wall due to the swelling of cell while when this turgid cell releases excess amount of water outside and becomes soft, this condition is called flaccidity.
Answered by | 30th Apr, 2014, 08:17: AM
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