Analysis Questions: 1. What is the function of plant roots? 2. What is the function of root hairs? 3. What plant tissue are root hairs made

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Analysis Questions: 1. What is the function of plant roots? 2. What is the function of root hairs? 3. What plant tissue are root hairs made from? 4. What plant physiological processes will be affected if the root and root hairs were 5. Explain how roots and root hairs affedt 6. Explain how roots and root hairs affect 7. What is the purpose of transpiration in affected? transpiration photosynthesis plants?

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    1. What is the function of plant roots?

    • A root’s four major functions are 1) absorption of water and inorganic nutrients, 2) anchoring of the plant body to the ground, and supporting it, 3) storage of food and nutrients, 4) vegetative reproduction and competition with other plants.

    2. What is the function of root hairs?

    • The function of root hairs is to collect water and mineral nutrients present in the soil and take this solution up through the roots to the rest of the plant. As root hair cells do not carry out photosynthesis they do not contain chloroplasts.

    3. What plant tissue are root hairs made from?

    • Vascular Cylinder. Much like in the plant stem, the vascular cylinder in the root contains xylem and phloem. Xylem moves water and dissolved minerals within a plant, while phloem moves food throughout a plant.

    4. What plant physiological processes will be affected if the root and root hairs were

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    5. Explain how roots and root hairs affect

    • The root hairs are where most water absorption happens. … The function of root hairs is to collect water and mineral nutrients present in the soil and take this solution up through the roots to the rest of the plant. As root hair cells do not carry out photosynthesis they do not contain chloroplasts.

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    7. What is the purpose of transpiration in affected?

    • Transpiration is an evaporative cooling system that brings down the temperature of plants, but since it leads to water loss, it must be accurately regulated. The ingenious system that regulates this function consists of a guard cell on each side of the tiny pores (stomata).

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