weathering rock water goes through cracks and it freezes then expands and breaks down rock same thing for trees and ice
Both open existing fractures in rock by hydraulic action.
Tree roots grow in between cracks in the rock and break the rock in half.
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They burrow which is mechanically weathering, because when they burrow they loosen it into sediments physically
they both grow on roots
When these elements erode away rock it is similar because first the tree roots break the rock down and then the water comes and freezes and also breaks the rock.
They Both Take In Water.
The roots of certain plants can break or crack into a rock, making the rock more susceptible to frost wedging (ice wedging).
Tree roots can weather rock by the exertion of hydraulic force, prying apart and further weathering existing cracks in rock. Prairie dogs are burrowing animals that contribute to mechanical weathering by scratching at rocks and also by knocking them together, abrading them.
They both have leaves, roots, and a trunk. There the similarity ends, because the coconut tree is a palm.
Tree roots weather rocks because the roots go so deep under the ground that it can crack the rocks and then the rocks will eventually wear away when the water comes through from the ground.
Mechanical weathering is caused by ice by water seeping into a crack in, say, a rock. The water then freezes, pushing the crack a little wider. And next time, even wider. And so on. This process is called ice wedging. Mechanical weathering is caused by growing roots in a similar way. The roots grow bigger and bigger. As they grow larger, they push the soil and anything inside it apart.
Grass roots have thin roots while shrub roots have thick roots.......hahaha
Between the roots 6 and 7.
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A Cactus has roots to absorb as much water as possible when it rain also to support the Cactus when it bad weather such as wind.
The growth of plant roots can weather the rocks
they are diffrent thing and crops
There is no difference between real solutions and real roots.
Lichens, tree roots, and animal hooves.
(1) frost wedging--the expansion of freezing water pries rock apart; (2) pressure release--the reduction of pressure on a brittle rock mass, which can cause it to crack as it expands; (3) plant growth--as roots grow in cracks, the rock mass breaks up.
Primary roots grow first and their much more thicker when the secondary roots grow out of the primary and their not as thick either