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Intel Education Resources: Plant Transport

How does a plant absorb and transport water and minerals?
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How does a plant absorb and transport water and minerals? Explore how water is absorbed through tiny root hairs on a root. Then watch a detailed example of how minerals are transported through a plant. Explore a healthy plant versus a deficient plant and learn what went wrong. This activity gives pictures and diagrams to show all the processes, and uses audio to communicate about the processes.

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