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The path of water in stomatal transpiration is


  1. Mesophyll cells substomatal chambers intercellular spaces veins stomata exterior
  2. Veins  mesophyll cells  intercellular spaces  substomatal chambers  stomata  exterior
  3. Mesophyll cells veins  intercellular spaces  substomatal chambers  stomata  exterior
  4. Intercellular spaces  substomatal chambers  veins  mesophyll cells  stomata  Exterior


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The correct option is B Veins  mesophyll cells  intercellular spaces  substomatal chambers  stomata  exterior

Stomatal transpiration is the loss of water in the form of water vapour from the stomata of the plant. Veins bring in water to the leaves which then enters the mesophyll cells by osmosis. The pathway is as follows:
Veins  mesophyll cells  intercellular spaces  substomatal chambers  stomata  exterior

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