Transpiration Welcome to your Transpiration 1. Transpiration is very low during the storms due to Low temperature during storms Presence of moisture in the wind None of the above High velocity of wind2. Plants lose water by guttation when Soil is wet and and the atmosphere is humid Soil is wet and and the atmosphere is dry Soil is dry and and the atmosphere is dry Rate of transpiration is high3. In the mechanism of opening and closing of stomata, the important factor is The starch content of the cells The presence of Chloroplast in the guard cells The protein content of the cells The turgid and flaccid state of the guard cells4. Guttation is the elimination of excess of water from plants through Lenticels Stomata Wounds Hydathodes5. In hot summer days, plant cooling is due to Transport of water in plant Loss of water from entire plant Loss of water vapour from leaves Loss of liquid water6. If the rate of transpiration becomes more than the rate of photosynthesis, plants will Stop growing and gradually die of starvation Continue to live, but will not be able to store food Grow more vigorously because more energy will be available be killed instantly7. With decrease in atmospheric pressure, the rate of transpiration will decrease slowly remains the same decrease rapidly increase8. Stomata open during the day and close at night because Photosynthesis occurs during day time only Loss of starch in day time raises OP of subsidiary cells Enzymes convert starch into sugar at elevated pH in night Loss of sugar increases osmotic concentration of the cell sap9. Transpiration pull will be maximum under which of the following conditions? Open stomata, high humid atmosphere and well irrigated soil Open stomata, dry atmosphere and moist soil Closed stomata, dry atmosphere and dry soil Open stomata, high humid atmosphere and dry soil10. Most of the transpiration in tall trees occurs through Bark Lenticels Cuticle Stomata11 out of 10Please fill in the comment box below.