Biology Practicals Class 10

Capillary Rise of Water in Plant

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About Simulation

  • Delve into the fascinating world of biology through engaging experiments and demonstrations, focusing on the intriguing phenomenon of capillary rise of water in plants.
  • Gain valuable insights into the dynamics of biology as you explore the mechanism behind the capillary action in plants, a fundamental process essential for their survival.
  • Enhance your learning experience with thrilling and simplified experiments that showcase the intricate relationship between water absorption and plant physiology.
  • This biology simulation offers a unique opportunity for learners to grasp the significance of capillary rise in plants, highlighting the essential role it plays in nutrient uptake and overall plant health.

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Simulation Details

Duration – 30 Minutes
Easily Accessible
Languages – Odia & English
Platforms – Android & Windows


Capillary action, also known as capillary rise, is a fundamental process that plays a crucial role in the survival of plants and trees. It enables the roots to transport water upwards through the plant’s vascular system, ensuring essential nutrients reach all parts of the plant. This process relies on the combined forces of adhesion and cohesion to move water from the roots to the branches and leaves.

Through this simulation, participants will gain a comprehensive understanding of the capillary rise process, where water molecules adhere to the walls of the plant’s vascular tissues. By exploring the cohesion process, where water molecules bind together, creating a continuous column of water, individuals will develop a deeper appreciation for the mechanisms that support plant survival and growth. Capillary rise is a key mechanism that highlights the intricate balance of forces at play in nature’s remarkable ecosystem.

Requirements for this Science Experiment

  • Two capillary tubes of different diameters.
  • A beaker of water
  • Half-filled beaker with colour water

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