Topic: Plant Transport Subtopic: Water enters the plants
What is root cap?
Answer: At the tip of the roots, several layers of cells form root cap. These cells are replaced as fast as possible, because the root keeps on pushing its way into the soil.
- How are small molecules transported?
- What are properties of blood present in veins?
- Does bronchi and bronchioles process air?
- What is bronchitis?
- Why large molecules cannot absorb into blood?
- What is main job of white blood cells?