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2015-08-23T18:56:50+05:30

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The water moves into the root hair cells because there is a higher water concentration outside in the soil. There is a difference in water potential in each root hair cell so it moves by osmosis into the other cells. 

The water then passes from the root cells to reach the xylem vessel + stem + finally into the leaves 

OSMOSIS: the movement of water from an area of high water concentration to an area of low concentration across a partially permeable membrane. 

Hope you could understand my long explanation, it might be a bit confusing. If you look up bbc bitesize on google or www.s-cool.co.uk they might have a simpler explanation
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OSMOSIS is a distinctive agent of diffusion which happens by the way of semipermeable membrane . water is  penetrated by a solution called osmotically rapid solution and  this is a procedure of endosmosis in which water get arrived by osmotical solution consists of cell to cell shifting and desication with the help of osmotic pressure .

 

 

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