Biology

Question

Without water in the vacuole, the whole plant might wilt. Describe how water enters the cell. Include the part of the cell that is responsible for allowing the passage of water into and out of the cell.

1 Answer

  • Water enters a plant through the hair on the root, and moves across the root cells into ... It reaches intothe soil to absorb water by increasing the surface area and therefore ... Water moves into the root haircells because it is moving down a water ... However, the apoplast pathway can only take water a certain way.
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