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Course on Environment and Ecology for UPSC CSE IAS
Introduction to Environment and Ecology Part 1.1
Environment and Ecology Part 1.2
Environment and Ecology Part 1.3
Environment and Ecology Part 1.4
Environment and Ecology Part 1.5
Environment and Ecology Part 1.6
Environment and Ecology Part 1.7
Environment and Ecology Part 1.8 - Biogeochemical Cycles
Environment and Ecology Part 1.9 - Species
Biodiversity 2.1: An Introduction
Biodiversity 2.2.1: Biomes- Introduction, Desert and Tropical Rainforest
Biodiversity 2.2.2: Biomes (Continued)
Biodiversity 2.2.3: Tropical and Temperate grasslands, Taiga and Tundra
Biodiversity 2.2.4: Mediterannean, Mangrove, Warm, Cold Temperate East...
Biodiversity 2.3: Loss of Biodiversity
Biodiversity 2.4: Coral Reefs and Ecotourism
Conservation of Biodiversity 2.5.1
Conservation of Biodiversity 2.5.2
Course ends here!
Biodiversity 2.2.4: Mediterannean, Mangrove, Warm, Cold Temperate East margin type
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Transpiration cools the plant. Like sweat cools us. Transpiration is like plants sweating.
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1. Transpiration creates negative pressure gradient that helps draw water and minerals up through the plnt from its roots. 2. Helps to keep plant cool on hot weather. 3. Pumping water and minerls to leaves for photosynthesis.