Topic: Plant Transport Subtopic: Transpiration
What is wilting?
Answer: Wilting is a state of plant when it's leaves bend and turn yellow. The bending of leaves decreases the rate of transpiration. The yellow turning is to absorb less sunlight so that photosynthesis slows down which would eventually take less water.
- What is vein?
- Why are plant roots important?
- Why are walls of left ventricle stronger?
- How are atria and ventricles separated?
- What are xylem and phloem?
- What is bronchiole?