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Name: Erica
Status: student
Grade: 9-12
Location: NY
Country: USA
Date: Spring 2012

Do All Plants Transpire at the Same Rate Under Different Sources of Light?

Plant transpiration rates vary within plants

and between plant species

For example, plants with adaptations for dry environments would be expected to have lower transpiration rates than plants of wet environments.

Anthony R. Brach Missouri Botanical Garden / Harvard University Herbaria

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