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Plant Transport and Nutrition - Plant Biology - Lecture Slides

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Botony
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Botany is Plant biology. This lecture of plant biology lecture includes: Plant Transport and Nutrition, Water Absorption, Cell Uptake, Water Transport, Bulk Flo, Control of Water Loss, Factors Preventing Transpiration, Translocation Through the Phloem, Storage and Transport Forms of Carbohydrates, Plant Nutrition

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