The importance of water in plant life

It is known that water is not a detachable component of a living organism. Plants are 90% water, it is in all organs, only drought-resistant species contain only 60-70% water.

In plants, all mineral components come through the root, which absorbs them, however, mineral salts cannot enter the plant without water. Since water is a carrier of the mineral components of the plant, it also performs a transport function.

It is also important that water in combination with light is needed for the process of photosynthesis in plants, namely for chloroplasts in plants. In the process of photosynthesis, vital products are formed: starch, glucose, the plant’s energy source ATP and oxygen.

Also, water maintains the necessary turgor in the plant; without water, plants dry up and are unable to exist and reproduce.

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