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Do leaves hold water?
Last Updated: 11th January, 2020
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Also to know is, do leaves store water?
Leaves are food factories complete withplumbingto transport water and sugar. Of all plants,succulentscould sustain photosynthesis in fat leaves withsparsevenation because they store so much water rightwhereit's needed.
Subsequently, question is, why are my plant leaves dripping water? Water Droplets When houseplant leaves develop dropletsofwater on their tips, it is probably justtranspiration.Leaves dripping water is a natural occurrencelike peoplesweating. However, when a plant is alreadysaturated, itneeds to release the excess moisture, and it does sobytranspiration through its leaves.
Subsequently, one may also ask, how do leaves absorb water?
A. While plants can absorb water throughtheirleaves, it is not a very efficient way for plants totake upwater. If water condenses on the leafduringhigh humidity, such as fog, then plants can take in some ofthatsurface water. The bulk of water uptake bymostplants is via the roots.
Where is plant water stored?
Water enters plant cells andisstored in the vacuole, which then expands and makestheplant cell rigid, or “turgid”. Whentheplant cell becomes full, water still keepsflowinginto it due to osmosis. The water is stored inthecell's central vacuole.