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loser1234567898 Group Title

Help, @tafkas77

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    Hello there! I am here. :)

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    In Figure 23–3, which letter points to the structure through which water is lost during transpiration? A D E F

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    Do you understand the process of transpiration?

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    not really sorry

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  5. tafkas77 Group Title
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    That's perfectly fine! I can explain it to you. Please give me a moment to type this up. :)

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    In transpiration, water will enter the plant through the roots, and move up a system of plant cells, such as xylem vessels (in the stalk of the plant) until it reaches the leaves. Transpiration is actually the process of the plant releasing water - it's kind of like plant sweating! :) Does this make sense?

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    yes I think

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    Okay, good. :) Once the water moves all the way up the plant (from the roots to the leaves) the plant will release it. It releases the water through special cells in the leaves called "stomata." Without the stomata, the plant can't sweat - which is pretty unhealthy, hehe. The stomata also allows carbon dioxide to enter the plant, which is important for the plant to grow. Here is an image of a leaf cross-section. It should look very familiar to your own:

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    Does this make sense?

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    yes so would the answer for me be letter A

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    Actually, no, it wouldn't be. A is pointing to a guard cell, but you were very close! Try again. :) *Hint, stomata are little holes that allow the plant to sweat. Check along the bottom and see if you can find it.*

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    that would make it G right

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    Not quite - that's an air space. See how it doesn't close, and it makes a little gap? Also, G is not one of your options (but they may have thrown it in to trick you).

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    Stomata look a lot like air spaces, but the are smaller and will close eventually. In this picture, they are showing it opened.

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    *they

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    so D or E?

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    I think D but I am not sure

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    D is pointing to the wax cuticle of the leaf. So unfortunately, your guess is...incorrect. Hey, look at it this way - if you ever see a question like this again, you will know what all of those letters are pointing to! :D Thank you for trying to learn, and not just get the answer. :)

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    that makes it E right I just want to be sure

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    You are correct! Great work! :D

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    can you help with 2 more

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    Are they similar to the one we just worked on?

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    one is I think

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    Okay. Can you make a separate post, please? :)

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    In Figure 22–4, which letters indicate the sporophyte or structures that include the sporophyte? B, C, D, E, F A, G, H, I, J A, B, D, G, H, I, J C, F

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    are you still there

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    Hmmm... sporophytes *searching brain*

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    haha there has to be alot of biology stuff in there

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    Definitely ;) But... sporophytes aren't one of them.... :T

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    ok well I will find out what I can can you try my lat one

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    OKay. :)

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    I set up a different question

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