Flow of air increases the rate of transpiration. But high velocity winds decrease the rate of transpiration due to their cooling effect.
Increase in temperature also increases the rate of evaporation of water, hence temperature will effect transpiration
Yes, simply put the size of a leaf effects the temperature of a leaf and the temperature of the leaf effects the transpiration rate of the leaf; so leaf size has an indirect but substantial effect on the rate of transpiration.
The rate of transpiration is the amount of water vapor that a plant loses from its leaves and stems per unit of time, depending on a number of biotic and abiotic factors.
How does humidity affect the rate of transpiration
Light, temperature, humidity, wind, soil water
By transpiration. Water molecules pass out of the leaf by diffusion following the concentration gradient from higher concentration to lower concentration. The rate of transpiration varies. Factors that affect the rate of transpiration includes wind speed, light intensity, temperature and humidity
The rate of transpiration is the position of air bubble
Larger the size of the leaf has greater surface area for receiving the sunlight and more stomata will have higher rate of transpiration, if other factors remain normal.
Light, temperature, humidity, wind, soil's water volume
Mist or high humidity outside the leaves slows the rate of transpiration, as transpiration relies on the evaporation of water vapour through the stoma (stomata). The drier the air the higher the transpiration rate
The faster the air movement the higher/the faster the rate of transpiration
Rate of transpiration will be reduced gy applying waxy coating on body of plant ?
Hard to answer because transpiration rate is affected by many factors.This is from wikipediaThe rate of transpiration is directly related to the degree of stomatal opening, and to the evaporative demand of the atmosphere surrounding the leaf. The amount of water lost by a plant depends on its size, along with the surrounding light intensity, temperature, humidity, and wind speed (all of which influence evaporative demand). Soil water supply and soil temperature can influence stomatal opening, and thus transpiration rate.Maybe you mean what is a definition of transpiration rate?Transpiration rate i.e. the rate at which water is lost by a plant. Water can be lost from various parts of plants especially leaves but also stems, flowers and roots.
Tropical plants tend to have a very high rate of transpiration. Desert plants such as cacti have a very low rate of transpiration.
Because there is no consistancy in the rate of transpiration
Transpiration rate depends on leaf (surface area )more the surface area of leaf more the transpiration will occur.
High humidity reduces the rate of transpiration.
Transpiration rates increase in a plant when the stomata are open. In desert plants, the stomata are very small but are almost always open. They have the highest transpiration rate.
the rate of transpiration get increased when (a) the leaf cells are fully turgid. (b) humidity is low in atmosphere.
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