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MCQ: Root pressure is enhanced as the

  1. water is needed in leaves for photosynthesis
  2. cells around xylem are low in salts and amino acids
  3. more water is available for the plant
  4. concentration gradient makes osmosis happen at a greater speed

D

MCQ: Even in the presence of sunlight and water, photosynthesis can not occur due to the lack of

  1. mineral nutrients
  2. essential metallic elements
  3. essential non-metallic elements
  4. carbon dioxide (CO2)

D

MCQ: Capillary action plays a pert in upward movement of water in

  1. pith cells
  2. epidermis cells
  3. woody trees
  4. small plants

D

MCQ: More and more water (H2O) is pulled by xylem when

  1. cubicula transpiration increases
  2. rate of photosynthesis increases
  3. cell sap becomes concentrated after water loss
  4. plant has a rich supply of water

C

MCQ: Strongest force to pull water up xylem and into leaf is

  1. capillary action
  2. root pressure
  3. transpiration pull
  4. active transport

C