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Flaccid or Turgid?

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Harvey Buckle

on 11 May 2016

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Transcript of Flaccid or Turgid?

To know and identify the features of a flaccid or turgid plant cell and how it could affect the whole plant
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Plant cells can be FLACCID or TURGID:
Starter
Plant cell walls are made of CELLULOSE....make as many words as you can out of the word CELLULOSE
Aim
Effect on plants
Whether it’s outdoors or in a office, plants wilt in most situations because they’ve simply run out of available water. Water is constantly moving in a plant from the soil, into the roots up through the stems and out to the leaves.

Once water enters the leaves, most of the water (typically 95% or more) escapes through the leaves into the air through tiny holes in the leaves called stomata. This process is called transpiration and is somewhat similar to how we as people sweat.
Wilting
Mr Leafy!
Why?
Flaccid or Turgid?
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