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10 months, 20 days ago

high temperature increases rate of transpiration and low temperature reduces the rate
humidity when high increases rate and when low reduces the rate
transpiration rate is higher in moving air (wind) than in still air
high light intensity increases internal temperature hence higher rate of evaporation leading to higher rate of transpiration
availability of water in the soil leads to more absorption hence more loss to the atmosphere
atmospheric pressure when high leads to more evaporation and when low leads to low rate evaporation of water
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