Transpiration Through Leaves is Called

  1. Cauline transpiration
  2. Foliar transpiration
  3. Cuticular transpiration
  4. Lenticular transpiration
Manish Listener Asked on 5th September 2015 in Biology.
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    Answer: (4) Lenticular transpiration 

    Transpiration through leaves called as Lenticular transpiration.

    There are three types of transpiration in the plants – 

    1. Stomatal transpiration – It is the most superior form of the transpiration and it is responsible for most of the water loss from leaves of the plants.  It store 95% of water transpiration from leaves.
    2. Cuticular transpiration – It is the responsible of loss water in plant via cuticle. It store only 5-10% of total water loss from leaves of the plants. 

    3. Lenticular transpiration – It is responsible of loss of water from plants as vapor through the lenticels. 
    Anurag Mishra Professor Answered on 5th September 2015.
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