Describe the path taken by water at the moment it enters the leaf and leaves through the stomata?
The water enters the leaf by ascent of sap. It is used in photosythesis. It reappears or synthesized during respiration and ultimately leaves through stomata by transpiration.
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To soak up sunlight and carbon dioxide to enable them to undergo photosynthesis, and to give off oxygen as a waste product.
The cells that regulate how much air and water pass through the stomata are called guard cells .
Substances enter or leave a cell through the cell membrane. Thisprocess occurs as a result of osmosis which diffuses liquids.
it gives the leaf food, carbon dioxide enters through tiny holes called stomata, Oxygen leaves plant through stomata. This is called respiration
Describe the path blood takes through the parts of the heart from where it enters the right atrium to when it enters the left atrium?
Deoxygenated blood enters the right atrium, and passes through the tricuspid valve to the right ventricle. The blood is then pumped through the pulmonary artery to the lungs to become oxygenated. From the lung blood comes through pulmonary veins to the section of the heart called the left atrium. Th…e left atrium pumps to the left ventricle. The left ventricle pumps out through aorta to the rest of the body to deliver the oxygen. Once delivered, it returns to the right atrium to begin the cycle once more. . ( Full Answer )
You might have to look up the following parts but here it goes starting with deoxeginated blood. Ok so the blood with no oxygen(the deoxy is what ill call it) flows from the body superior and inferior vena cava. These vena cavas lead to the right atrium. From the right atrium the blood goes to the r…ight ventricle and is pumped out under low pressure through the pulmanary arteries which lead to the lungs. In the lungs the blood receives oxygen and now flows back to the heart through the pulmanary veins to the left atrium. From there, it goes to the left ventricle and is pumped under high pressure, up to the aorta and then to the rest of the body. It is also pumped down to the apex. I know this isn't the path of the blood through the body but it is through the heart. I can try to explain the path through the body though. Ok so the blood travels around the body in the arteries and eventually lead to the veins. They are connected by something called a cappalary(sorry for misspelling) and then what is written above happens. So hope that helps ( Full Answer )
Venous blood enters the heart through the superior and inferiorvenae cavae into the right atrium. From the atrium they exit thetricuspid valve into the right ventricular. The blood exits theright ventricle through the pulmonary valve into the pulmonaryveins towards the lungs. Oxygenated blood return…s through thepulmonary veins into the left atrium, Then, it enters the leftventricle through the mitral valve. From the left ventricle itpasses through the aortic valve, and into the aorta. ( Full Answer )
There are openings on the underside of a leaf called stomates. They have guard cells shaped like lips. They open and close to allow CO2 in and H2O and O2 out. It works using hydrostatic pressure.
Describe the pathway followed by a water molecule from the time it enters a plant root to the time it enters a plant root to the time it escapes into the atmosphere from a leaf?
Describe the pathway followed by a water molecule from the time itenters a plant root to the time it escapes into the atmosphere froma leaf.
1. Evaporation (water turns from a liquid to a gas and goes up into the clouds) 2. Condenation (when water turns from a gas into a liquid) 3. Transpiration (the movement of water through the atmosphere) 4. Precipitation (that would be rain, snow, hail, etc.) 5. Then a couple things could happen. Th…e water could evaporate or penetrate the surface and become groundwater. Groundwater either makes its way to an ocean, a river, or something like that or gets released back into the atmosphere through transpiration. The water that remains on the earth's surface is called runoff. 6. The cycle begins again ( Full Answer )
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How do you describe the path blood takes through the parts of the heart from where it enters the right atrium to when it enters the left atrium?
right atrium, right ventricle, lungs, left atrium, left ventricle, and into the aorta to the rest of your body...T.W.
These are the stomata which are surrounded by gourd cell that control the opening and closing of the stomata.
The water goes through the roots, up the stem, and out the leaves as oxygen. The water goes through the roots, up the stem, and out the leaves as oxygen
Well water enters and leaves a plant cell by endoplasmic reticulum, but i believe water eneters and leaves a PLANT by osmosis.
The process of water loss through the stomata of the leaves is called transpiration . The stomata of a leaf are usually found on the underside of most leaves and each consists of two curved cells. When the air is moist, these absorb moisture and become more curved, opening little holes through w…hich air and water vapour can pass in and out. When the air is dry, the stomata close up, minimising the loss of water vapour from inside the leaf. Photosynthesis and respiration are also reduced when this occurs. ( Full Answer )
deoxygenated blood travels into the right atrium throught the Vena Cava, into the right ventricle, then out through the pulmonary artery. blood flows into the lungs, picks up oxygen, oxygenated blood comes back into the heart through the pulmonary vein, enters the left atrium, left ventrical, then o…ut throught the aorta ( Full Answer )
You breath in oxygen, oxygen goes to the lungs. The oxygen is carried from the lungs to the heart. The blood cells are filled with oxygen, then pumped through your body. If you feel on your neck below your jaw, you should feel your pulse. This is an artery pumping blood to your brain. Then, the used… blood is pumped back to your heart to receive more oxygen and then is pumped back to somewhere in your body. ( Full Answer )
The process of water evaporating from plants via the leaves,stomata and other surfaces is known as transpiration.
Both carbon dioxide and oxygen found in air enters through the stomata. More at Link
Yes, the direction of the flow depends on the contentration of water on the out side and the inside of the cell's membrane.
H2O is able to travel across a plasma membrane fairly easily via osmosis. Most gases, including Oxygen and Carbon dioxide are able to easily cross a plasma membrane via diffusion.
Water is evaporated from the ground and lakes and condenses intowater droplets in the clouds. Then the water is released when itgets heavy enough and falls back to the ground as rain and thecycle starts over again.
Does water leave a lake through streams and evaporation at the same rate that water enters through different streams and rainfall?
It depends on the weather. In dry weather levels of lake water maygo down, and in times of rainfall the levels may rise. (Streamsleaving a lake mean that the levels can never rise above thatstream level, of course.)
Water enters a leaf from the roots. The roots collect water fromthe soil and it travels up the stem until it reaches the leaf.
The raw materials of photosynthesis that enters the leaf through the stomates or stomata is H2O or water
Gases enter and exit the leaf via the stomata. The stomata look like lips that open and close when needed. They open to "inhale" CO 2 and "exhale" O 2
Light bounces off the leaf, enabling the eye to detect its colorand shape as light also enters the retina.
Describe the path a molecule of water might follow through the hydrologic cycle from the ocean to land and back again?
Water evaporates from the oceans to form clouds that are moved over land by prevailing winds. Then rainfall brings it to earth where it is returned to the oceans by tributaries and rivers.
The water evaporates through the stomata during transpiration. Thestomata are very small holes on the surface of the leaf.
Water lilies grow in ponds where their leaves generally float directly on the surface of the water or slightly above it. To thrive in this environment, like all plants, they have developed specialized features , such as to grow stomata on top of their leaves.
The plant obtains water (H 2 O) from the soil, the water molecules then go into the root cells, through the vascular tissue in the stem, and to the leaves.
No. It is absorbed through tiny pores on the surface of the leaf. These are called "stoma". The veins are for moving the tree's sap in the leaves for growth and nourishment.
Because the stomata (which is the plural for stoma) is the only place where gas exchange can go on, it is located under the leaf.
It enters a seringe and they put this liquid in it and they some how squeeze and put in in the leaf.
On each stomata, there are guard cells. The guard cells control the amount of water released. Water escapes through the stomatas in the form of water vapor.
When water leaves a plant through the leafs does it turn into a gas instantly or does it come out a gas?
It turns into water vapor (a gas) immediately and enters the atmosphere. answ2 . But there is a process called guttation in which droplets of water appear on the edges of leaves in cool mornings. there is a short wikipedia article on this, with some beaut pictures.
There is no raw material that enters stomata as of such. Respiration of plants take place through stomata. And in fact, under extremes of temperature, stomata also close.
The stomata have to be able to access air easily as its purpose is to take in and give out carbon dioxide oxygen. Since both the water lily and lotus are water plants partially submerged in water, air would be more easily accesible from the upper surface.
Stomata are small openings in a leaf to allow carbon dioxide to get in during the day and oxygen to get in at night. Both gases also pass out through stomata. Water vapor also passes out of stomata.
They can be found in the desert or in hot places. They eat insects and live under rocks.
It's a pore found in the epidermis of the leaf and stem of a plant, used for gas exchange.
The stomata allows gaseous exchange to take place, during photosynthesis, Carbon Dioxide enters the stomata and Oxygen and Water Vapour are realeased through the stomata:)
The opening (usually on the underside of a leaf) that allows gas exchange to take place which is essential for respiration but which also looses water.
There are two paths . pulmonary circulation- covers short distances as blood flows from heart to lungs trough pulmonary artery and returns back immediately through pulmonary vein. . systemic circulation- blood is carried by aorta to all parts of the body and is brought back by pulmonary vein.
The leaf first takes in Carbon Dioxide, or CO2, into it's self through the bottom of the leaf. It uses the CO2 and makes sugars out of it, water, and sunlight. This reaction makes a byproduct, Oxygen, that the leaf lets out, which we use to breathe.
Carbon dioxide gas enters the leaves and oxygen gas leaves through the stomata ( along with water vapor ).
Stomata are small pores (holes) in the epidermis that allow gases to diffuse in and out of the leaf. Stomata are usually in the lower epidermis, but some plants like water lilies have them in the upper epidermis. In sunlight: Carbon dioxide diffuses in for photosynthesis. Oxygen made in photosynth…esis diffuses out. Water vapour diffuses out. ( Full Answer )
Water leaves the leaves of a plant through pores they have thatopne and close. This process is called transpiration.