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1. the loss of water from plant tissues in the form of vapor.<br><br>http://www.nps.gov/brca/Geodetect/Hydrology/pix/hydrocyc-picture.gif<br><br>This is a water cycle diagram including transpiration.
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1. the loss of water from plant tissues in the form of vapor.<br><br>
Source:http://www.nps.gov
 
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http://piru.alexandria.ucsb.edu/collections/geography3b/misc/transpiration%5B1%5D.jpg
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http://www.nps.gov/brca/Geodetect/Hydrology/pix/hydrocyc-picture.gif<br><br>
 
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This is a water cycle diagram including transpiration.<br>
This image demonstrates the process of transpiration in a plant.  
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Source: http://www.nps.gov/brca/Geodetect/Hydrology/hydro%20intro.htm<br><br>
 
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http://piru.alexandria.ucsb.edu/collections/geography3b/misc/transpiration%5B1%5D.jpg<br><br>
Source: http://piru.alexandria.ucsb.edu/~tierney/TRS/lecture6.htm
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This image demonstrates the process of transpiration in a plant.<br>
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Source: http://piru.alexandria.ucsb.edu/~tierney/TRS/lecture6.htm<br><br>
 
 
http://www.css.cornell.edu/faculty/hmv1/watrshed/CDIA1D5.gif
 
 
 
Transpiration is the process by which water vapor escapes from living plants and enters the atmosphere. It includes water which has transpired through leaf stomata, as well as intercepted water which has re-evaporated. When the soil is covered by a growing crop, transpiration geatly exceeds evaporation.
 
 
 
Source: http://www.css.cornell.edu/faculty/hmv1/watrshed/Etrans.htm
 

Latest revision as of 21:55, 24 May 2007


1. the loss of water from plant tissues in the form of vapor.

hydrocyc-picture.gif

This is a water cycle diagram including transpiration.
Source: http://www.nps.gov/brca/Geodetect/Hydrology/hydro%20intro.htm

transpiration%5B1%5D.jpg

This image demonstrates the process of transpiration in a plant.
Source: http://piru.alexandria.ucsb.edu/~tierney/TRS/lecture6.htm