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Q.2 Wind - Wind increased the rate of transpiration the most while Heat & Light followed suit in the order. Wind
increased the rate of transpirationrate the most because it is the most...

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3 Plants transpire at different rates because they have different metabolic and physiological needs. For example, oak trees transpire much more than corn plants and are much bigger' in size. it...

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Q.5 Transpiration helps maintain the plant temperature as well has be an essential part to the photosynthesis process. Nutrients are also carried up from the roots to the stem by transpiration.

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