Asked in Botany or Plant Biology, Forests
Why do desert plants have a different number of stomata compared to rain forest plants?
This is because desert plants do not require as much water as other plants, making desert plants have the least amount of stomata compared to other plants. Because of the scarce amount of water the desert offers its plants desert plants adapt to find ways to preserve the most water possible. ...
Asked in Botany or Plant Biology
How do desert plants differ from plants found in wet climates?
Plants in the desert can sustain water and do not need as much of it. Plants in wet climates require much more water than desert plants. ...
Asked in Botany or Plant Biology, Deserts
Are there any invasive plants in the desert?
yes there are invasive plants in the desert in fact most of the invasive plants live smack in the middle of the desert therefore although people say a desert is nothing but sand there are trees in there ...