Plant Transport - Modern Biology - Lecture Slides, Slides for Biology. Bengal Engineering & Science University

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Description: These are the lecture slides of Modern Biology. Key important points are: Plant Transport, Pump Fluid, Heartwood, Sapwood, Heartwood, Cellular, Lateral Transport, Whole Plant, Short Distance, Long Distance
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Plant Transport
How does water get from
the roots of a tree to its
top?
Plants lack the muscle
tissue and circulatory
system found in animals,
but still have to pump fluid
throughout the plants body
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Plant Transport
Water first enters the roots and then moves to
the xylem, the innermost vascular tissue
Plants need water
As a starting product for photosynthesis
As a solvent to dissolve chemicals
For support
To ‘pay’ for water lost by transpiration
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