Just like the pores of your skin, jujube trees (Ziziphus lotus) transpire and exchange gases through their stomata. These openings have the peculiarity that in summer they are completely open as a result of the continuous pumping of groundwater.

A peculiarity is that when it is hotter, is when this plant reaches its highest quantity of leaves, becoming an excellent regulator of water, oxygen and carbon dioxide.

Its roots act as a hydraulic pump raising water flows from the depths, as if a heart was pumping blood through all its veins and arteries.

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