Water is drawn upward from the roots through plant tissue to the leaves by
a. capillary action
adaptations afford the organism a better chance to survive in its surroundings. desert adaptations. deserts, where the environment is generally hot and extremely dry, provide many striking examples of how plants and animals are adapted to their surroundings. plants have many adaptations to cope with the lack of water.
"the liver produces bile which emulsifies fats i.e. breaks them down into small droplets for a larger surface area. this will increase the rate at which the fat is digested by lipase. bile also neutralizes the acid produced by the stomach to provide ideal alkaline conditions for enzymes in the small intestine."
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