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One is to take a light colored or white rose, put it in water containing blue pigment, and watch the rose pull the blue pigment up into the plant, including the flower, as transpiration occurs and the plant takes up water.
Some of it is used in photosynthesis, but much of it is lost through evaporation and transpiration through the leaves and stems.
Those include faster melting of snowpack and more evaporation and transpiration, which is water released through the leaves of plants.
Corn sweat is the release of water from plant leaves into the air, also known as transpiration.
Plants cool air around them through transpiration and their leaves block heat from the sun, as well as absorbing noise.
The plants that produced the most transpiration were those that were under the fluorescent light.
In a process called transpiration, plants release water vapor from small pores on the underside of their leaves.
The trees and plants that make up the upper forests have a hierarchy of importance according to their role in the water cycle (transpiration), because water is wealth.
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transpirationalplay \-shnəl, -shən-ᵊl\ adjective
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