Problem: Which of the following is evidence against the root pressure hypothesis?a. water molecules held together by cohesionb. water entering root cells by osmosisc. water pressure is higher in the roots than at the top of a 6m tall treed. droplets of water exiting stomatae. plants can stay alive after roots have been injured

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Which of the following is evidence against the root pressure hypothesis?

a. water molecules held together by cohesion

b. water entering root cells by osmosis

c. water pressure is higher in the roots than at the top of a 6m tall tree

d. droplets of water exiting stomata

e. plants can stay alive after roots have been injured

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