The first aquatic plant, in fact, the first plant of all, is the blue-green algae.
first you jump to the last plant then the first plant then the last plant
How is the first plant? Surely, long dead by now.
The first plant was found in 1678 by Roberta hooke
Well first you have to plant a dragon fruit first then you have to plant a star blossom and then finally you have to plant a moon orchird
Steven Briand planted the first plant in 1862.
The first power plant was built in Bavarian in 1878
First cell observed was a cork cell.So it was the first plant cell observed.
look for the plants hanging up and jump to the last plant then the first plant and last the first plant...
The first root of a young plant is called the primaryroot.
The first person to plant a peanut plant is Sheala McWilliams - Brigham and Alexis Wallen from Peoria, Arizona
Robert Hooke first studied a cork and noticed that it had cells, which were dead plant cells, but Matthias Schleiden was the first to call them plant cells.
the plant with jucie
A dicotyledonous plant
The first plant on Earth was an aquatic plant. This was because plants had not yet developed the thick and sturdy wall that holds them upright on land.
plant then first plant then first
no definitive evidence exists to demonstrate a "first" plant, and as such it is impossible to answer this question.
The first nuclear power plant ever built is in 1954
The first U.S. cheese plant was built in 1851
If you mean the first nuclear plant, this was at Shippingport, a small PWR, really a prototype.
The first plant that would grow on an abandoned farmland is crabgrass.
The first steel plant settled in tarapur in india [i dont no why] -nidhi.r
yes, because there is xylem in water and moss needs water to survive. moss was also the first plant in water. but it was the second plant on earth. green algae was the first plant on earth. green alage was also the first plant on land.
Robert Hooke was the first English scientist to view dead plant cells.