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Year 12 Mass Transport in Plants

Across
Water molecules forming hydrogen bonds between one another and hence tend to stick together
Cytoplasmic pathway of water
Used to trace the movement of substances in plants; carbon-14 is an example
Theory that states that the transpiration pull puts the xylem under a negative pressure within the xylem
In the aphid stylet experiment, sap enters the aphid's mouth when the aphid punctures a sieve tube because of high _________
When a column of water is pulled up the xylem as a result of transpiration
Type of transport used to move sucrose molecules with hydrogen ions into sieve tube elements
Instrument used to measure the rate of transpiration
Storage form of sugars in plants
Evaporation of water from the leaves which in turn draws water through the xylem vessels in the stem
Down
Type of cell that provides ATP for the active transport of hydrogen ions in the phloem
Cell wall pathway of water
Theory that explains the mechanism of translocation
Type of vessel in plants that has a higher water potential
Type of transport used to move hydrogen ions from companion cells into spaces within cell walls
End walls of sieve tube elements; contains large pores
Cell that makes up the phloem
Movement of organic molecules from one part of a plant to another
Type of experiment that shows that phloem, rather, than xylem is the tissue responsible for the translocation of sugars
Type of sugar that gets transported in translocation