Moisture & Vegetation

Graphic modified by me, from D. Lawrence (2014).
(Chris Searles, 2021)
Stomata are the tiny pores (think mouths) on leaves that open and close during photosynthesis. (Shutterstock)

“The Leaves Are Tiny Pumps”

Prof. Deborah Lawrence, from our recent interview. Click to play.

Summing Up

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