Q. 40 B

How does water from the soil reach the leaves of a plant to be used in photosynthesis?

Answer :

Water is important factor required for photosynthesis. Plants take water from the soil through their roots by the process of osmosis. The xylem vessels then transport the water to the leaves where it reaches the chloroplast containing cells and is utilized in photosynthesis.


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