Do underwater plants transpire?
Asked by mythili Suresh | 24th Jun, 2014, 09:37: PM
Yes transpiration happens in all plants with a vascular system, including aquatic plants. Transpiration is the movement of water through a plant. Water transpires through stomata which allows carbondioxide to come in. So if the plant didn't have stomata then they couldn't uptake carbondioxide, which is essential to photosynthesis.
Answered by Sivanand Patnaik | 25th Jun, 2014, 08:20: AM
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