What is the difference between root hair cells and green leaf pulp cells? What is the reason for this?

The cells that form the root and leaves of a plant differ in many ways. Everything is connected with the fact that they are located underground and above the ground. The root cells are able to conduct water and minerals into the terrestrial part of the plant. This is possible thanks to the fundamental pressure. The root cells are unable to synthesize glucose themselves. This function is performed by cells that form foliage. They have many chloroplasts in their structure. After the synthesis of organic substances, they send them to those cells that do not have chloroplasts.

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