Hydrogen bonds help the transport of water in plants through the use of adhesive and cohesive forces. The cohesive forces allows the substances to withstand rupture when placed under stress.
The hydrogen bonding help the transport of water in plants through transpiration
The water transportation in plants is done through transpiration. In an actively growing plant, water is The hydrogen bonding between the adjoining water molecules, commonly known as cohesion, allows the water column to be 'pulled-up' through the plant as the molecules of water is evaporating endlessly from surface of leaf cells that are exposed to sunlight.
The water evaporated is then replaced by another water molecule from soil water to leaf surface. This process is termed as the Cohesion theory of sap ascent in plants.
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