The leaves of most desert plants are covered with thick silvery hairs (wormwood, sand acacia, etc.). How does this affect the rate of evaporation of water by plants?
The hairs on the leaves of plants impede the movement of air near the surface of the leaves. By doing this, they retain the formed vapors and help to slow down the evaporation of moisture from the surface of the leaves.
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