not at all, in fact it is a freshwater plant
Elodea is an Angiospermic water plant which is fully submerged in water
When exposed to salt water, fresh water Elodea cells lose water, and the cell membrane pulls away from the cell wall
Yes, Elodea is an aquatic plant. It is free floating in ponds and lakes of fresh water.
Elodea plant leaves release large amounts of oxygen into the water.
salinity affects the plants ability to draw water from the soil. too much salinity prevents the plant from getting any water and it dies. It also can get underneath houses and make them rot.
yes they are moving. elodea is a water plant.
A Aquatic Plant ( plant or leaf that live in water)
Elodea is a green plant growing in water and does have cell walls.
The Elodea is a fresh water plant, and is common in ponds across North America. It is also used in fresh water aquariums.
The temperature and the minerals in the ocean are the two factors that affect salinity of ocean water.
As salinity and temperature rise, water density increases.
Well, the movement off the water moves the salt or the salinity.
Elodea is an aquatic plant so it moves with the current of the water that it is in. It only lives in freshwater and is known as a water weed.
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Salinity becomes a problem when enough salts accumulate in the root zone to negatively affect plant growth. Excess salts in the root zone hinder plant roots from withdrawing water from surrounding soil. This lowers the amount of water available to the plant, regardless of the amount of water actually in the root zone. The main point is that excess salinity in soil water can decrease plant available water and cause plant stress. Decreased plant growth translates into less agriculture to sustain human population and surrounding ecosystems.
Depends entirely upon the plant and the salinity - all plants have a small range of tolerance but different plant species have a very wide range and some plants are actually restricted to growing in positions which stand in sea-water. Numerically, there are far more species intolerant of salinity than there are that tolerate it.
The temperature and salinity of seawater determine its density. Water gets denser as it gets saltier and reaches a maximum density at 4 °C. Salinity does affect the boiling point and freezing point of water, but not its temperature.
the higher the salinity the more easily an object can float
Temperature of the water
Cutin, stomata and guard cells are used for water loss prevention. These are not needed because Elodea is a water plant.
as the salinity of water increased the bioling point increased and the denisty as well
the temperature of the water and the salinity of the water
salinity can cause by overuse of water . it can be also happen when the seawater replace the ground water and when overuse the land and unwatered plant
the temperature and the salinity