How does cork and bark of trees help in preventing loss of water.Give suitable explanation for your answer?
Asked by rickykumar00001 | 11th Jun, 2015, 01:26: PM
Cork and bark of trees are made of dead cells and are impermeable to water . They do not have openings such as stomata that may facilitate transportation. Hence, water remians within the plant.
Answered by Sivanand Patnaik | 11th Jun, 2015, 04:10: PM
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