How Plants Get Water?
Plants drink water through a process called osmosis. Osmosis is the movement of a liquid into a living thing creating a balance of that liquid. For example if a plant needs water it will use osmosis to pull water through the roots until it has enough water to photosynthesize or make food.
Where does plants get their water from?
What are two ways that plants receive water?
How do plants get water from their leaves?
How do leaves get water from the roots?
During transpiration water evaporates from tiny holes in the surfaces of leaves into the air. These tiny holes are called stomata. As water molecules evaporate from plant leaves they attract the water molecules still in the plant helping to pull water up through the stems from the roots.
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