Actively transports water into the cell.
Allows the entry of all minerals equally.
Actively transports some mineral ions into the cell.
Concentrates minerals up to 100 times as much as in the soil.
Is not able to carry out photosynthesis.
Does not have roots but absorbs nutrients from the air.
Has a relationship with mycorrhizal fungi on its roots.
Has a relationship with nitrogen-fixing bacteria on its roots.
Which term describes forcing water out of the plant at the edges of its leaves?
As guard cells become turgid, the stomates open.
There are two guard cells around each stomate.
Guard cells take up potassium ions and water enters the guard cells.
Guard cells surrounding stomates lack chloroplasts that other epidermal cells contain.
Stomates open and close on a daily basis, even if kept in the dark, on a circadian rhythm.