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    what are the importance of water in plant cells?

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    1. naf
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      Water plays an essential role in maintaining equilibrium within plant structures by creating pressure effects within plant cells, stems and leaves, according to Florida State University. These effects enable plants to stand upright and conduct needed nutrients throughout the plant body. Read more: Importance of Water in Plant, Animal & Human Life | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/about_6646302_importance-plant_-animal-human-life.html#ixzz1aHSXC5WC

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      plants use water to move minerals and sugars between the roots and leaves

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