Water moving in plants  - Biology - Dr. Gary Parker - Lecture 4 of 4 - Video-lecture

Video-lecture, Biology

Description: The random motion of water molecules, under correct direction and in a properly designed system, can be converted to direct motion. Hence we get water moving in plants and even up the tall Redwoods.
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