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Re: Is transpiration assisted by movement?

Subject: Re: Is transpiration assisted by movement?
From: "Cereus-validus-..........."
Date: Tue, 31 Jan 2006 07:15:34 GMT
Newsgroups: sci.bio.botany
Oh yeah sure.

Them hairy toed stubby Hobbits are well known for their good manners, 
spelling and elocution. They learned it from years of Bilbo buggering all 
them sheep.



"Peter Jason" <td@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message 
news:drn22e$2907$1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Yeah well, some countries get the leader they deserve.
> Why not emigrate to here; we're used to weird fauna and flora.
> But bring your diploma from finishing school, to demonstrate your good 
> manners, spelling and elocution.
>
>
>
> "Cereus-validus-..........." <fashizzle.yourself@xxxxxxxx> wrote in 
> message news:2ACDf.208$Ij7.122@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>> Yeah sure, Petey.
>>
>> You probably thought you invented the wheel too!!!
>>
>> Here we are far more concerned about a certain autocratic Bush that has 
>> gotten completely out of control.
>>
>>
>> "Peter Jason" <td@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message 
>> news:drml05$23se$1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>>>I thought I was the first with this hypothesis.
>>>
>>> Do you have trees where you are?
>>> There're big plants as tall as a house and they have leaves, and birds 
>>> sit in them.
>>> Would you like a picture?
>>>
>>>
>>> "Cereus-validus-..........." <fashizzle.yourself@xxxxxxxx> wrote in 
>>> message news:lanDf.4371$ur7.4012@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>>>> Or not!!!
>>>>
>>>> So you want to be the Kiwi Archie?!!!
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> "Peter Jason" <td@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message 
>>>> news:drkfas$1apg$1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>>>>>I was looking at a tree last night and I couldn't help noticing that it 
>>>>>was always moving because of the wind.
>>>>> Perhaps this constant moving assists the transpiration stream to 
>>>>> attain great heights due to some pumping motion.
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>
>>>
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