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Plants also take up water from the ground and release it through transpiration from their leaves.

Instead, their leaves quickly cover walls and begin the work of transpiration.

First, the National Highway Transpiration Safety Administration (NHTSA) came down as hard as it could Friday on General Motors.

His book begins with the research for which he is best known, namely that on transpiration.

Small passages should likewise be left throughout the body of the work, for the transpiration of moisture.

The remedy for this is to spray the leaves frequently so as to keep the air about them moist and so check transpiration.

Warm dry air, especially when in motion, promotes the aeriform transpiration, by favouring evaporation.

These are,—the expired air, or the secretion of the air-cells of the lungs,—and the ordinary cutaneous transpiration.


On this page you'll find 63 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to transpiration, such as: change, issue, outcome, result, situation, and circumstance.

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