root hair become flaccid when too much chemical fertilizers are added to the moist soil around it.explain why?
Asked by r_bhole | 29th Aug, 2015, 10:21: AM
Addition of too much fertilizer to the moist soil results in flaccidity of root hair, because the concentration of soil solution increases and water starts coming out of the root hairs due to the process of osmosis.
Answered by Sivanand Patnaik | 31st Aug, 2015, 07:51: AM
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