#1
Sorry to bring this to the pit but i have no idea what to put

the question is:
Explain why water molecules move through the stomata. Use idea about:

High concentration
Low concentration
diffusion
evaporation

Sorry but i need help
* If my punctuation seems off, it's because my shift button is broken *
#2
Cuz my leaf cells be like, we have low concentration, and the atomsphere is like, "lol we have a lot u can have som" so then it difuses into my leaf and my stomata is on my stomache (im always laying down lol) so evaporation doesn't occur as often.
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#3
Quote by CrunchyRoll
Cuz my leaf cells be like, we have low concentration, and the atomsphere is like, "lol we have a lot u can have som" so then it difuses into my leaf and my stomata is on my stomache (im always laying down lol) so evaporation doesn't occur as often.


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#4
Quote by CrunchyRoll
Cuz my leaf cells be like, we have low concentration, and the atomsphere is like, "lol we have a lot u can have som" so then it difuses into my leaf and my stomata is on my stomache (im always laying down lol) so evaporation doesn't occur as often.


As ghetto as that is, that's pretty accurate; the leaf cells have low concentration of water molecules compared to the environment, so some of the water molecules go through the stomata into the leaf........ izzle.
#5
Quote by CrunchyRoll
Cuz my leaf cells be like, we have low concentration, and the atomsphere is like, "lol we have a lot u can have som" so then it difuses into my leaf and my stomata is on my stomache (im always laying down lol) so evaporation doesn't occur as often.