transpiration[ tran-spuh-rey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF transpiration
Synonyms for transpiration
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TRANSPIRATION
The greatest factor, however, is transpiration of water from leaves.
Evaporation of water from green leaf, regulation of transpiration.
Why, madam, a blow like this would set a frog into a transpiration.
His book begins with the research for which he is best known, namely that on transpiration.
With the cutting off of the water supply at the roots in late fall, transpiration is also cut off.
This great degree of transpiration renders them more tolerant of heat, and less so of cold than the whites.
The celerity of absorption exceeds that of transpiration six times, in the most rapid cases.
The losses by transpiration have been examined generally without regard to the matters lost.
Therefore the cause of the phenomenon of transpiration seems to be referrible entirely to physical agents.
And, although an elevated temperature be favourable to transpiration, its modifying influence is less than that of other causes.