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Plants, water and nutrients

How root systems work

For large plants, like this lemon tree, being able to control the absorption and circulation of water and nutrients is essential for growth and reproduction. Botanist James Dinsley describes the ways in which plants absorb essential ions and water through their root networks

AQA Gas exchange in the leaves of dicotyledonous plants; Mass transport in plants; Nutrient cycles

OCR A Transport in plants

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