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Name: Melanie
Status: student
Age: 20s
Location: N/A
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Date: 2001-2002


Question:
I would like to know what is the effect pressure has on plants?


Replies:
You might want to see a plant physiology textbook or search www.google.com in the areas of photosynthesis and transpiration, especially re. vapor pressure of the atmosphere and how the plant physiology changes in respect to it.

Anthony R. Brach



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