Basic Water Properties: Attributes and Reactions Essential for Tree Life


Water is essential to tree life. Water is a solvent, transporter, buffer, and reagent for the tree. Water is the most limiting of all essential tree resources. Trees have developed specialized organs, processes, and surfaces to use and conserve water carefully. The value of water lies with its chemical properties, physical reactions, and biological uses. This publication will review what is water, and how it supports life through its properties.

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