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Plant leaves are adapted for photosynthesis and gas exchange. Roots absorb water and mineral ions through root hair cells and are transported up the plant by the xylem.
By which process does water move into a root hair cell?
By which process do minerals move into a root hair cell?
Which tissue transports water and minerals from the root to the leaves?
Which tissue transports sugars from the leaves to other parts of the plant including roots for storage?
Translocation is the movement of which substance?
Which cells control the stomata?
What sort of process is translocation?
What is the process which causes guard cells to become turgid?
Which of these is an adaptation of a root hair cell?
Small surface area
Large surface area
No surface area
Which of these describes the stomata of a desert plant?
Reduced in number and mainly closed
Increased in number and mainly open
Reduced in number and mainly open