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Transpiration This article is about plant transpiration. For transpiration in human and animal physiology, see Sweating and Hyperhydrosis. Overview of transpiration: Water is passively transported into the roots and then into the xylem.The forces of cohesion and adhesion cause the water molecules to form a column in the xylem.Water moves from the xylem into the… read more »

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Transpiration This article is about plant transpiration. For transpiration in human and animal physiology, see Sweating and Hyperhydrosis. Overview of transpiration: Water is passively transported into the roots and then into the xylem.The forces of cohesion and adhesion cause the water molecules to form a column in the xylem.Water moves from the xylem into the… read more »

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Transpiration This article is about plant transpiration. For transpiration in human and animal physiology, see Sweating and Hyperhydrosis. Overview of transpiration: Water is passively transported into the roots and then into the xylem.The forces of cohesion and adhesion cause the water molecules to form a column in the xylem.Water moves from the xylem into the… read more »

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