How does a plant lose water?

How does a plant lose water?

Plants lose gallons of water every day through the process of transpiration, the evaporation of water from plants primarily through pores in their leaves. Up to 99% of the water absorbed by roots is lost via transpiration through plant leaves.

When was oil first discovered in Saudi Arabia?

The story of Saudi Arabian oil goes back to 1933 when King Abdulaziz bin Abdulrahman Al-Saud granted Standard Oil of California (Socal), later renamed Chevron, the right to prospect for oil in the new Kingdom. In 1938, Socal discovered large quantities of oil in the Dammam Dome near the Arabian Gulf.

Why is the number 4 unlucky?

Number 4 (四; accounting 肆; pinyin sì) is considered an unlucky number in Chinese because it is nearly homophonous to the word “death” (死 pinyin sǐ). Due to that, many numbered product lines skip the “4”: e.g., Nokia cell phones (there is no series beginning with a 4), Palm PDAs, Canon PowerShot G’s series

How many rushing yards did Walter Payton have in his career?

Over his entire career, Payton rushed for 16,726 yards, which broke the record for most rushing yards by any NFL player in history, and scored 110 touchdowns. He caught 492 passes for 4,538 yards and 15 touchdowns.

Is a mistletoe a parasite?

Mistletoe is a small evergreen shrub that is semi-parasitic on other plants. Instead of producing roots in the ground, mistletoe sends out root like structures into tree branches, from which it steals water and nutrients. The tree the mistletoe grows upon is known as its host.

Is everyone who has blue eyes related?

If you have blue eyes, you may be related to every other blue-eyed person in the world. Researchers in Denmark have found that every person with blue eyes descends from just one “founder,” an ancestor whose genes mutated 6,000 to 10,000 years ago. Before then, everyone had brown eyes.

When did mouth to mouth resuscitation begin?

1956 Peter Safar and James Elam invented mouth-to-mouth resuscitation. 1957 The United States military adopted the mouth-to-mouth resuscitation method to revive unresponsive victims. 1960 Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) was developed.

Why is Japan called The Land of the Rising Sun?

So from the continental point of view, Japan is in the direction of the sunrise. This is why the Japanese began to call their country Nihon or Nippon, literally meaning “source of the sun” and often translated into English as “land of the rising sun.”