Yes, water vapor is released through a process called transpiration.
water vapour is produce during respiration
The moist you are talking about is nothing but the water vapour that one releases, every time one exhales. As already know, when we breathe in, the air that enters gets humidified as it passes through the nasal passages. Hence, the air exhaled, or breathed out, contains considerable percentage of water vapour. Now, this water vapour exhaled out, initially is at body temperature, i.e., 37.5*C. On coming out through exhalation, the vapour soon cools down and condenses on the nearby mirror glass surface. Hence, the moist is seen.
it is infact hotter,but it may be due to the condensation of water vapour during first blow and evaporation during the second blow.
Choke has got two functions. Initially it raises the ac voltage to some 350 V so as to initiate the discharge of electricity through mercury vapour. Once the discharge becomes activated then low voltage about 110 V is enough to maintain the discharge through mercury vapour. This is supplied by the same choke.
Sublimation is when a solid turns into a gas. During sublimation the solid gains energy to turn into a solid.
water vapour is released through process called transpiration
Water is used by the plant for photosynthesis and is released from the plant during transpiration as water vapour
The water vapor is acctually released by the leaves, not the stems, roots, or flowers.
Transpiration is the movement of water vapor out of a plant and into the air. Water vapor is gas.
Rather simplified: The trees take up water (and nutrients) from the soil through their roots. Then, by a process known as transpiration (in which plants release water vapour from their leaves during photosynthesis), water vapour is released from the leaves. This is likely to create a localised climate and create the wet environment of a rain forest.
The movement of water molecules from its region of higher concentration to lower concentration of its region is called osmosis. Transpiration is the loss of water in the form of water vapour from the aerial parts of a plant.
The process of leaves giving off water vapor is transpiration.
The process of water vapour leaving the cells in the leaf is called Osmosis.The process of water vapour leaving the Stoma (The leaf) is called Transpiration.