What adaptation helped plants survive on land?
How might the adaptation of specialized water conducting tissue have helped land plants meet challenged to life on land?
The cuticle is a useful adaptation in plants but not in algae because: in order for plants to live on land, they need a cuticle to prevent water loss during dry climates. Algae live in the water, therefore they don't need a cuticle to survive. They use their adaptations to absorb the water and nutrients around their watery environments. Source: My straight "A" brain