The desert does not help the cactus survive. The cactus survives despite the desert due to its adaptations..
Its stem swell to conserve water.
No Sunflowers can not grow in the dessert. They are not adapted for that because they need moist soil. But cactus' live in the desert. A cactus is enabled to survive in hot and dry environments.
No plant can survive without water. However, some plants have adapted to live with little water, such as the cactus and many other desert plants.
it is because cactus can survive in the desert so it is found in Atacama Desert.
They survive by doing what a cactus does
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Most desert plants survive in the desert by storing water in their cells. An example would be the cactus.
Cactus are well adapted to deserts because their thick leaves contains lot of water so they don't die.
Plants better adapted to conserve water survive in desert.
yes a cactus will survive because it stores water in its trunk for when it needs it most
The cactus plant absorbs plenty of water when it rains and stores in its stem. The plant survives on this water for rest of the ear
by heat sunlightand being in da desert
it watches brave wilderness
Yes for water.
mostly stored water, as they are well adapted to the dry desert environment.
waxy outer layer to keep moisture in.
They are just badman to look at with an attitude to match!
Their stems are thick and sponge-like.
Because they adapted to their surroundings.
The main plant that is in the desert is the cactus. Cactus are able to hold water for extended periods of time in order to survive.
Organisms that are not adapted to living in a desert will probably not survive for long and die.