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it is adapted to live in that environment.
They hold different nutrients. They hold water and help plants live. They are shelter for many insects.
Plants need fertilizer to live and to grow green and strong.
Yes cells can live without soil. They do need oxygen, nutrients and water to live though.
the main plants that clean water are the ones that live in it they clean it so they can feed on it so the plants that do this are moss and seaweed
sun water air nutrients
More plants and animals live n the land then in the sea.
Adaptive radiation spread them into many land niches
well they need it because it will put nutrients in it
because there need to water them
aquatic plants live in water because they cannot survive on land
plants and animals that live on land are called terrestrial animals plants and animals that live in water are called aquatic animals
The specific plants live is in the ocean zone as the plant can derive water and nutrients direct from ocean via soil.
They don't. They also use the nutrients from the soil, and photosynthesis.
Because roots typically are used for extracting water and nutrients out of the soil. As the plant is living in water, there is no need to search for water and the nutrients are either in the water, or not close enough to extract.
Yes, they compete for resources (light, water, nutrients), they can even compete for the attention of pollinators. You get parasitic plants as well which live off other plants