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In the root, water enters the xylem primarily by which of the following? A. Adhesion B. Transpiration C. Cohesion D. Root pressure E. Osmosis
In the root, water enters the xylem primarily by osmosis.
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In the root, water enters the xylem primarily by osmosis.
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