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14jjalberto

  • 2 years ago

What role do plants play in the water cycle?

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    transpiration

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    they observe from underground and let the water to evoparate

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    Thanks

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    ~absorb water frm soil (roots) release it back into the atmosphere by transpiration (evaporation frm leaves) then water in the atmosphere condenses to form clouds, then rain falls, returning water 2soil, and the cycle goes on.. ~absorb ground water (roots) then water evaporates through transpiration goes 2the atmosphere which rises, cools down, and become clouds (condensation) then the water vapour cools down and cloud moisture is realeased as precipitaion

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