That's quite a big question! Plants use water
for many different things. It's used to keep their
structure (standing up straight, not bent over),
in photosynthesis, to transport sugars, nutrients,
etc. This water is lost throught the stomata in
the leaves when the plant is undergoing gas
exchange to acquire CO2. Here is a
of explanations along with diagrams
explaining plant water use.
water in plants
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