OpenStudy (anonymous):

what is the difference between translocation and transpiration in plants?

5 years ago
OpenStudy (anonymous):

transpiration means the release of water vapor , so when plants sweat trans location means the transfer of food material in plants ( circulation in humans )

5 years ago
OpenStudy (anonymous):

trans·lo·ca·tion [transs lō káysh'n, tranz lō káysh'n] noun 1. movement from one place to another: movement, or the act of moving something or somebody, from one place or position to another 2. botany movement of food in plants: the movement of soluble materials within a plant. Common examples are the movement of food materials from the leaves to storage organs, and the movement of dissolved minerals upward from the roots. 3. genetics transfer of part of chromosome: the transfer of part of a chromosome to a new position on the same or on a different chromosome with resultant rearrangement of the genes OR tran·spire [tran spr] (past and past participle tran·spired, present participle tran·spir·ing, 3rd person present singular tran·spires) verb 1. transitive verb come to light: to become known or be disclosed It later transpired that they had been furious at what had happened. 2. △intransitive verb happen: to take place What transpired after they left remains a secret. 3. transitive and intransitive verb physiology give off vapor through skin: to give off water vapor through the pores of the skin 4. transitive and intransitive verb botany lose water vapor: to lose water vapor from a plant's surface, especially through minute surface pores stomata

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