Do plants need to transpire to live?
Yes, plants require transpiration in order to pull water out of the soil and transport it within the plant to where it is needed. It then evaporates out from leaves, flowers, and stems.
Plants transpire to keep themselves cool. << wtf?... Answer by: Avni Mehta Um, plants transpire to create tension that then causes transport of water up from the roots in xylem. So, in simple words, plants transpire because it needs to take up water. When plants are taking up more water than it is transpiring, then they do something called guttation, which is a forced expulsion of water (dew on the grass in the morning). Answer…
Yes. Cacti can't live in a rainforest, and trees that live in the jungle could never live in the dry desert. in the arctic, there are little to no plants in the winter, because it's so cold, and the ground is so hard. Plants live in different areas depending on what they need, so majority of the time, plants that live in one area can't live in another, if the difference is extreme.
All living things need water, because it sustains life. Humans and animals need water to live, we cant live more than a few days without water so drink up! Plants need water to carry out photosynthesis to make food for itself. Water grows the plants which feed many of the animals that we choose to eat.