14 Difference Between Transpiration And Guttation

It is a process by which plants exhale water vapour through the stomata.It is a process of secretion of water droplets from the pores of vascular plants such as grass.
Transpiration occurs through stomata and lenticels.Guttation occurs through Hydathodes, which are commonly found in angiosperms.
In this process, only pure water is evaporated.It eliminates amino acids, salts, and sugars.
It is favoured by dry conditions.It is resisted by dry conditions.
Water is lost as water vapours.Water is lost as liquid.
In this process, root pressure is not involved.In this process, root pressure plays an important role.
Transpiration occurs during the day.Guttation occurs during the early morning or at night.
Transpiration occurs in terrestrial and herbaceous plants.Guttation only occurs in herbaceous plants.
Excessive transpiration results in wilting i.e loss of rigidity of non-woody plants.It never results in wilting.
It takes place at a high temperature.It takes place at a low temperature.
Transpiration rate is reduced during humid days.Humidity increases the rate of Guttation.
Water is lost through simple diffusion in the Transpiration process.Water that is lost in guttation is not through diffusion.
Transpiration can be checked by opening or closing of the stomata.It can not be regulated as hydathodes do not open or close.