Why do hydric plants have poorly developed roots?
Hydric plants live in aquatic environments which gives them unique characteristics. Hydric plants are found floating in aquatic environments, in marshes, swamps and other water-filled ecosystems.
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The roots of hydric plants do not take in water the same way that a terrestrial plant would. Since the plant is surrounded by water at all times, it...
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Explore the adaptations of plants in aquatic habitats and how these help them survive. Discover the characteristics of aquatic plants, the challenges they face in the water, and their adaptations for gas exchange, photosynthesis, and salt regulation.