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Aquatic Plants

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Aquatic plants grow wholly or partially in water. Some, like the lotus, are rooted in mud, while others, like the water hyacinth, float on the surface of water. Water plants enhance ponds and water features in landscaping.
Aquaticplants are plants that have adapted to living in aquatic environments ( saltwater or freshwater ).They are also referred to as hydrophytes or macrophytes . These plants requirespecial adaptations for living submerged in water ,or at the water's surface.
Do you know what green substance which helped in the process of photosynthesis? That right! It chlorophyll actually!
because in their lower side there is water. so plants will not be able to take in co2 and emitt o2 & vapour
they were made to survive in the environment that they were plannedin
mostly they sell plastic/artificial plants i have not found any real plants but i do know that pet smart carries a variety of real plants and are very beautiful and easy to grow if you follow the directions
well oxygen dissolves in the water and makes it dissolved oxygen and so they still take in regular oxygen just mixed with water
Bald cypress is an example of a plant that sustains heavy rainfall. The woody plant in question ( Taxodium distichum ) qualifies as an aquatic that is flood-, moisture-, and precipitation-tolerant since it does not mind having roots in year-round moisture, something which many plants neither like...
Carnivorous plants eat bugs. Specifically, these plants trap bugs in order to meet nutrient needs that are lacking in the poor soils in which they generally grow. Among the best known examples of carnivorous plants are butterworts and sundews; corkscrews; flytraps and waterwheels; and pitcher...
Ans: They help to fertilise the plants.
Most aquatic plants require gravel, as they have roots, and will need to grow their roots and attach themselves. There are however lots of floating plant species that do not require gravel, such as duck weed.
Tadpoles eat microscopic aquatic "plants" called phytoplankton.
Carbon Dioxide is absorbed in the the water from the air and the plants absorb it from the water.
Aquatic plants are able to photosynthesize and produce food forthemselves and serve as a food source for other animals. Therefore,they are producers.
Aquatic plants provide food and habitat for many animals such as fish and waterfowl. They provide soil stability, and keep ponds and lakes from eroding.
bog cranberries, lemon grass, check fishpondinfo.com for even more edible aquatic plants.
They need air, water, and sunlight.
Aquated plants are adapted to their environment as there as less water loses. Sea water contains saltsso water tneds to move in these plants due to diffusion. When water enter vacuole then the water is not allowed to move out as the concentration of salts is kept much high in sap. such plants have...
allow them to obtain oxygen from the air, such as aerial roots.
the air is constantly getting in and out of the water.
By absorption from water
The plants will die and decay, causing a decrease in dissolved oxygen; plants will block sunlight to deeper water.
No, plankton are microscopic plants and animals. They either maketheir own food from sunlight or eat other microscopic organisms.
lotus,lily,seeweed,algae are some aquatic plants. If this wasn't what you were looking for then sorry bacause I'm only 10.
Microscopic plants. Such plants are like plankton.
many little fishes get hiding spots and homes also some animals feed of it and if the aquatic plants die like coral it could poison the water and have alot of fishes and mammals die
Basicly the main problem to fish is their gills stop taking in oxygen and they sufforcate and die :(
Is that meant to be "What aquatic plants do you eat?" If so, we eat special types of seaweed in sushi and also in seaweed crackers.
water has 0.7% dissolved oxygen that animals take in through their specially adopted respiratoy organs (gills etc. ) and plants through body surface but basic mode of transfusion remains duffusion.
One: they live in water instead of land like regular plants Two: they don't need air
they help us fertilize plants and they live in water.
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No. Aquatic plants do not have gills. Aquatic vertebrates, such as fish, have gills.
Most of the Non-aquatic plants if watered with sea water will wilt due to exo-osmosis.
No,money plant is NT a aquatic plant but it is a deco rative plant.it can grow any where wherever u want 2 grow it.
Through the air and carbon dioxide in the water
The ECOSYSTEM would not be complete..... The Fish could possible decompose and fertalize the soil would not be there.
depends on the shape of their lower 28th hair, located beneath their chin. herbivores have a quote which they all use in life "if you can grow it, smoke it!".
Aquatic plants have a thicker cell was because they like to defecate on your mom's chest.
No. Actually, it is a desert plant. It is a type of spiny agave cactus that seldom flowers. That's where the name comes from.
how would aquatic plants be affected when ther are reverse
A carnivorous plant is the term for a swamp plant that eats bugs. The vegetation in question may range from those which utilize pitfall traps to those known as bladder, flypaper, lobster-pot, and snap traps. All of the above-mentioned plants in question share a common preference for bug-filled diets...
Thinner leaves of aquatic plants facilitate the gaseous exchange better.
yes. Actinic light give off a large amount of blue light which is needed for vegetative growth.
A tall plant with blue flowers and glossy foliage for pool margins is the look of pickerel weed. The Pontederia genus member in question matures to a height of 2 to 2.5 feet (60 to 75 centimeters) and a width of 1.5 feet (45 centimeters) within three to four years. The aquatic plant in question...
yes, it is that floaty green seed stuff
In china, they sell them on Bao Bao street after the first rice stand on the left.
Plants breathe in carbon dioxide given off by aquatic animals:this carbon dioxide is further broken down into a form aquatic plants can use.
Light energy to photosynthesize made it beneficial for aquaticplants to move onto land. Terrestrial environments allowed theplants to be able to absorb more sunlight in contrast to livingbeneath the surface of water.
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Well to be honest i think the answer to this question is proably ya mam? Google it:D Marine plants have adaptions to breath under water. Also, many are able to withstand great pressures.By using an extra layer that compresses, called a cortex. Hope i Helped!
Aquatic plant adaptation are adaptation of plant to their environment to sustain their life processes and to maintain a fairly well biological habitat
Oxygen is the gas that pond weed releases. The Potamogeton genus member in question removes atmospheric carbon dioxide for photosyntheseis. The aquatic plant in question tackles air and water pollution by decreasing carbon dioxide levels and increasing oxygen levels through the closing and opening...
the aquatic animals and plants also known as water animals and plants or marine animals and plants can survive in water .as our body is designed to live in a particular area, environment the same way the water animals and plants are also designed to live in water.most of them have gills or...
Well, the animals can choke on plastic bags and cannot eat and they die.
Lignin is a biopolymer that gives support to vascular plants, andis thought to have evolved after aquatic plants took on land. manyaquatic plants produce lignin or lignin-like polyphenols however.There is still debate on distinguishing terrestrial from aquaticplant lignin.
vegetation in a pond is the same thing as aquatic plants, so it would all be affected
There are three distinct groups of aquatic plants. The totallysubmerged plants such as marine kelp are consider true aquaticplants. There are plants like Duckworth that float on the surfaceof the water or water lilies that are rooted but their leaves floaton the surface. The last group are only...
goldfish like to dig. so medium size. not too big or too small so they wont eat them
Keep playing the game. The system will randomize the Zen garden plant. Just keep playing then maybe you can earn one.
yes, it is very beneficial to the plants for breathing during photosynthesis. It also imparts fresh taste and gives the water a sparkling appearance.
If Your Saying Aquatic Then It's Algae
You must play on to unlock them, or use a lily pad to place land plants on water. They will be eaten separately.
Sunlight doesn't travel very far through water so a plant needs to be near enough to the surface to photosynthesize.
aquatic plants live in water because they cannot survive on land
Japanese knotweed is such a good competitor because it forms thick,dense colonies that crowd out any other herbaceous species and isnow considered one of the worst invasive exotics in parts of theeastern United States. The success of the species has beenpartially attributed to its tolerance of a...
One: Aquatic plants live in water. Two:Their leaves have a waxy coating on the surface to prevent them from rotting in the water.
Some plants, like water hyacinth, float in water. They have special types of leaves that help them to stay afloat.
The need for wet roots is the reason for why weeds have to be in ponds. The roots of many plants contrastingly resist long-term or year-round flooding or water-logging. The herbaceous and woody plants -- such as weeds and bald cypress ( Taxodium distichum ) -- that do tolerate such conditions tend...
No,it is not. The angsana plant does not grows in the water so therefore,the angsana plant is not an aquatic plant.
Indicator of moist soils, perch for red-winged blackbirds, source of winter landscape interest, and symbol of vernal pools number among the many cool cattail facts. The Typha genus member in question proliferates in soils moistened by proximity to water bodies and receipt of heavy rainfall. It...
because the need it to go for a run. other words so they have energy and won,t feel slugish
I have a 75-gallon freshwater aquarium with several different species of plants. The one I found to be very popular and easy to grow either in the substrate or just let it float is water wisteria. My fish love to swim underneath the floating water wisteria. I wrote a paper on aquarium plants at...
as the flowing water make the stem weaks
No, pond weed is not the same as duckweed. Duckweed is the common name for the floating plant with the scientific name Lemna spp . Pond weed ( Potamogeton spp ) joins wild celery ( Vallisneria americana ) and wild rice ( Zizania aquatica ) in waterfowl-friendlessness.
the light shines through the water so thats how!