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This image shows a student using a sufactant to reduce tension on plants<br><br>

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1. A surface active agent, one that reduces surface tension on plant materials. Wetting agents are common examples.


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This image shows two types of new sufactants that have been developed.

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Source:http://www.lawrence.edu

This image shows a student using a sufactant to reduce tension on plants