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transpiration . condensation . The water cycle is the continuous recycling of water on earth; from the oceans, up to the sky and down to land, to be transpor\൴ed back to the oceans and sky again. Water is constantly moving due to the energy of the sun transforming surface water into wa對ter vapor. The water vapor eventually forms clouds, and ...

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Transpiration. Transpiration refers to the evaporation of water from a biological surface, such as leaves, skin, or lungs. In its most common usage, however, transpiration refers to the loss of water from plant foliage, occurring through microscopic pores known as stomata. Transpiration is a component of a larger process known as evapotranspiration, which is the evaporation of water from a ...

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Transpiration is the evaporation of water from plants through stomata. Stomata are small openings found on the underside of leaves that are connected to vascular plant tissues. In most plants, transpiration is a passive process largely controlled by the humidity of the atmosphere and the moisture content of the soil.

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Transpiration. and . respiration. also contribute to the water cycle. Transpiration is the release of water from plants. Water is carried from the roots of the plant throughout the plant to the underside of the leaves where it evaporates off into the atmosphere. Animals also release water vapor to the atmosphere when they breathe out. This is ...

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Transpiration is the process in which plants release the water inside it in the form of moisture or water vapor. Roots consume some amount of water from the soil and the rest evaporates in the atmosphere. Parts of plants such as stems, small pores on leaves, and flowers evaporate the water to the atmosphere.

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Transpiration is important in the water cycle because plants absorb the moisture from the soil and releases it into the atmosphere as water vapor. Runoff; Runoff is the occurrence of excess water from watershed or drainage basin that flows on the surface. The flow is as a result of precipitation above waterways, groundwater runoff from deep ...

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Water is removed from the surface of the Earth to the atmosphere by two distinct mechanisms: evaporation and transpiration. Evaporation can be defined as the process where liquid water is transformed into a gaseous state. Evaporation can only occur when water is available.

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Transportation in the water cycle refers to the movement of water around the planet.Water moves underground through the soil, eventually returning to the ocean.It moves as surface water, (rivers ...

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This is where plants can lose water through transpiration. Even though it’s an invisible process, the loss of water from plants through transpiration is an important part of the water cycle because it adds a lot of water to our air. In just one year, every leaf on earth can send out much more than its own weight in water.

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Water is one of the key ingredients to life on Earth. About 75 percent of our planet is covered by water or ice. The water cycle is the endless process that connects all of that water. It joins the Earth’s oceans, land, and atmosphere. The Earth’s water cycle began about 3.8 billion years ago when rain fell on a cooling Earth, forming the ...