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  1. #1 Need Help about transpiration 
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    Will a daisy plant transpire more in a humid environment or in a dry environment? Why?

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    If warm, in a dry environment. Because of the concentration gradient. More water in plant, less in air. It would be more difficult for it to transpire in humid air.

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    墨子 DaBOB's Avatar
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    I agree.

    Would a Daisy be any different than any other plants thoguh?

    Hmm.. transpiration is mostly driven by energy from the sun... If the enery is constant does the air humidity make a difference? It makes sense that it would transpire more in a more dry environment but does it really?
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