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How do root hair cells of a desert plant differ from tropical rainforest plants?

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In desert plants the root hairs are more sensitive for water absorption and can absorb water at times from the moist air present in the porous soil. The root hairs of tropical rain forest plants absorb only capillary water present in the soil.
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What does a plant root hair cell do?

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Difference between tropical rainforest plants and desert plants?

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