Transport of water and minerals in plants is called A. Translocation B. Diffusion C. Ascent of Sap D. Photosynthesis
Hint: The plants transport the various minerals from the roots to the different parts of the plants with the help xylem through the process of ascent of sap.
Complete answer: Plants prepare their food through the process of photosynthesis which takes place inside the leaves of the plants. The process through which the processed food is distributed to the various parts of the plants is known as translocation.
Diffusion is the phenomenon through which fluid molecules move from a region of their higher concentration to a region of their lower concentration till the concentration of the medium becomes the same throughout.
Photosynthesis is the process by which the green plants make their own food with the help of water, sunlight, and carbon dioxide.
Plants absorb water and minerals through the soil with the help of roots. The water and minerals are required by the leaves to make food for the plant. These are transported to the leaves by a process known as the ascent of sap. The water is absorbed through the root hair and then transported to the stem or leaves with the help of xylem.
Therefore, the correct answer to the question is the ascent of sap.
Note: Here, translocation should not be confused with the ascent of sap. Translocation is the movement of the prepared food while ascent of sap is the upward movement of water and minerals with the help of xylem tissue.