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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.
All plants photosythesize. Even if they are not green or live underwater.
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Lily pads are everywhere.
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Fish will eat off of elodia and if you have snails it will eat off of it.
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Consider the challenges that land plants have to face: The struggle for light. If a plant doesn't grow tall, it will get shaded to death. In the sea, growing tall just means sinking, so there is no advantage for an aquatic plant to grow a tall body. Defense against dessication. If a plant dries up …
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Because the water keeps the plant cool so the sun won't over-heat the stomata like a regular plant on land.
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Lotus Waters lily Seaweed Algae kangong iris
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North America is the range in which milkweed plants live. The plants in question may be found in Canada, Mexico, and the United States since the genus Asclepias includes a number of species. It therefore supplies its major beneficial insect, Monarch butterflies (Danaus plexippus), with non-toxic nec…
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Fungi, insects, mollusks, moths, and viruses are common pests of water chestnuts. The aquatic plants in question (Trapa spp) find their particular nemeses among the beetle, moth, and weevil members of the insect family.
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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 nor …
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Aquatic plants are able to photosynthesize and produce food for themselves and serve as a food source for other animals. Therefore, they are producers.
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the air is constantly getting in and out of the water.
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No. Aquatic plants do not have gills. Aquatic vertebrates, such as fish, have gills.
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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 special or…
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There are three distinct groups of aquatic plants. The totally submerged plants such as marine kelp are consider true aquatic plants. There are plants like Duckworth that float on the surface of the water or water lilies that are rooted but their leaves float on the surface. The last group are only …
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aquatic plants live in water because they cannot survive on land
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the genus wolffia
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Duck weed...lemna, spirodela, pistia, these are all fromt he plant family araceae, they are monocots. lillies are a dicot example
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tumahara sar
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lotus and water lily
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yes, they produce large amounts of oxygen
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Water lilies, pond weeds such as elodea, duckweed and marine algae such as sea weeds.
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Carbon dioxide is present in water from fish respiration and the breaking down of organics such as rotting leaves. As far as how they assimilate it, it's pretty much the same as terrestrial plants. Absorbsion through their leaves, roots, etc.
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They don't eat but they osmotically take up many aqueous and non-aqueous sources of Hydrogen, Oxygen, Carbon, Nitrogen, Phosphorus, Potassium, Calcium, Magnesium, Sulfur, Iron, Chloride, and small amounts of trace elements like Boron, Copper, and some others. Plants use light to photosynthesize and …
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An aquatic plant is a plant that lives in freshwater. Some can live submerged in the water or live floating on the water. Other live on the floor of the pond or lake or wherever it is. They can also live in between drifting. Examples would be lily pads are floating however, aquatic ferns live at the…
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Production of pollen sacs instead of pollen grains and of non-toxic nectar and pollen is the milkweed flower's adaptation. The plant in question (Asclepias) offers beneficial insects -- such as bumble bees (Bomba) and Monarch butterflies (Danaus plexippus) -- nectar which is free of the bitter, off-…
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They simply get it from the plants around them. Etheir that or they use their roots to obtain the nutreints in to their plants system and make the food they need to survive
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Duck weed...lemna, spirodela, pistia, these are all fromt he plant family araceae, they are monocots. lillies are a dicot exampleSome examples of aquatic plants are: Micro sword Water sprite Java fern Cabomba Anacharis Amazon sword plant Anubias nana Chain sword-Narrow leaf Lugwigia-broad Cryptoc…
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A few easy-to-keep species are:cryptocoryne sp. (crypts)microsorum pteropus (java fern)elodea sp. (anacharis)taxyphillum barbieri (java moss) [scientific name disputed]
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Much as the acidity in the soil effects the amount of nutrients a plant will absorb. The same holds true with aquatic plants.What makes a difference is if the water becomes to acidic for the existing aquatic plants or fish.You can adjust both water and soil to the right ph for the best enviroment bu…
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They release sperm and eggs and the currents help them to move around the ocean.
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They pull dissolved oxygen from the surrounding water.
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Algae is usually a simple celled organism and is not generally classified as a plant although it can share some aspects that a plant portrays it lacks structures such as leaves, rhizoids, or roots.
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Nonflowering aquatic plants are things like algae, kelp, and seaweed.
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Yes, a pond weed is adapted to live in a school pond. But pond weeds occupy certain positions that must be respected for the transplant to survive. For example, water milfoil (Myrophyllum spp), water fern (Azolla spp), waterlilies, and cattails (Typha spp) serve as respectively submerged, floating, …
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seaweed and coral
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in captivity you should feed a malayan box turtle commercil turtle pellets, greens and veggies. for protein you should feed them insects or earthworms.
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Yes, because water actually expands as it cools. This means ice is less dense than water - ice floats. So the ice will form a protective layer on top of the pond, keeping it insulated so that the water at the bottom can often be a few degrees warmer than ice (at around 4 degrees C). When this is the…
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Occurrence of air chambers, less developed vascular tissue and epidermis with out cuicle to facilitate absorption of water from the free surface
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No, it is a part of the Animalia kingdom. It is a marine organism.
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Beaver, fish, ducks, some birds, most herbivore aquatic animals.
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Land plants require soil, sunlight, water and different nutrients to grow. Aquatic plants require the minerals and nutrients from in the water to grow.
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they have a waxy coat
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Aquatic plants have adapted to life in the water by forming broader leaves with greater surface area to make up for having as many leaves. Additionally, they have formed extremely long stems, allowing them to still root, but reach the sunlight above.
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Hygrophila is an aquatic plant. It begins with the letter h.
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Usually what plants and animals ,as a living creature, need food and oxygen to survive. Plants and animaIs which live in water get oxygen and water by working together.Plants give O2(Oxygen) to animals and in turn,the animals help plants in reproduction. So, this is how they work together.
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Almost all plants need sunlight to photosynthesise. If the plant is permanently submerged, the water must be clear enough to allow sufficient light to reach the plant.
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Carbon dioxide, water and light.
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It is known as as English Water Spinach, river spinach or water convolvulus. It is a semi aquatic plant that grows in or near water
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so that the plants release oxygen when photosynethesising and this dissolves into the water which is then used by the marine life in the waterfor respiration.Aquatic plants grow in aquarium to remove ammonia. Aquarioum plants are part of our biological filtration. Real plants do wonders in aquarium.
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The Water Hyacinth is a aquatic plant native to the Amazon. It is a free floating perennial that can grow to a height of 3 feet and is a highly invasive species
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They do the same job as terrestrial plants. They anchor the plant and keep it in place and they collect food (NPK and many other trace elements) which they send into the plant to enable it to photosynthesize and transpire in other words grow.
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Plants are very important in maintaining balance in our ecosystem. Carbon-di-oxide is very important for All plants including the aquatic type that take in carbon-di-oxide and release oxygen in the atmosphere. Carbon-di-oxide is very important for plants where as oxygen gas is crucial for human bein…
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To ensure that the plant is bouyant and floats on or near the surface of the water.The air spaces also allow more gas exchange/ or diffusion for the plant to get the needed air that isn't as available in the water.
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No. Platypuses are completely carnivorous, feeding on tiny water-dwelling crustaceans.
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water lily
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The wax on the leaves prevents decomposition of the leaf.
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yes, both on land and in water
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Aquatic plants are plants that have adapted to living inaquatic environments (saltwater or freshwater). They are also referred to as hydrophytes or macrophytes. These plants require special adaptations for living submerged inwater, or at the water's surface.
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Do you know what green substance which helped in the process of photosynthesis? That right! It chlorophyll actually!
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because in their lower side there is water. so plants will not be able to take in co2 and emitt o2 & vapour
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they were made to survive in the environment that they were planned in
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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
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well oxygen dissolves in the water and makes it dissolved oxygen and so they still take in regular oxygen just mixed with water
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Ans: They help to fertilise the plants.
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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.
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Tadpoles eat microscopic aquatic "plants" called phytoplankton.
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Carbon Dioxide is absorbed in the the water from the air and the plants absorb it from the water.
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Yes.
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bog cranberries, lemon grass, check fishpondinfo.com for even more edible aquatic plants.
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They need air, water, and sunlight.
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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 al…
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allow them to obtain oxygen from the air, such as aerial roots.
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No just slime coats
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By absorption from water
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The plants will die and decay, causing a decrease in dissolved oxygen; plants will block sunlight to deeper water.
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I believe the answer is wetlands.
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No, plankton are microscopic plants and animals. They either make their own food from sunlight or eat other microscopic organisms.
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lotus,lily,seeweed,algae are some aquatic plants. If this wasn't what you were looking for then sorry bacause I'm only 10.
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Microscopic plants. Such plants are like plankton.
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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
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Basicly the main problem to fish is their gills stop taking in oxygen and they sufforcate and die :(
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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.
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hydra,algae
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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.
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