because of the hardness and its way mre course than other regular leaves
They are more in the tropical family. They hold more liquid because of their genetic makeup.
The majority of plants in the desert do have leaves. Many of them have much smaller leaves but leaves none the less. Smaller leaves mean less water loss.
plants have thick cuticles some lose their leaves in winter some have spiral leaves most of stomata on the bottom side of the leaves (less contact with sunlight) shinny leaf surface, reflects sunlight, less heat absorbed guard cells, tells the stomata to close when in short supply of water
Plants that lack chlorophyll have colored leaves. These plants prepare food through photosynthesis but in less quantity. so these plants don't grow big.
Leaves that have a small surface area lose less water.
Small leaves have less stomata which means that is less water that is taken from the leaf (transpiration).
The plants have less chlorophyll, so they make less energy
because some might get less water than the other
Plants grown at higher altitudes have more difficulty in photosynthesis because of the lower atmospheric pressure. Less pressure = less carbon dioxide entering the leaves.
Normally this would have to do with the origin and location of the plant. Long, thin leaves offer less resistance to water flow; these types of plants are normally found in fast, running water. Note: Not all underwater plants have narrow, thin leaves!
variegated plant cells are deficient in chlorophyll hence these are not capable of carrying out photosynthesis so efficiently, hence less vigorous.
plants will allow their leaves to die if they need to reserve water during a drought. This means that there is less for the plant to have to maintain. Or, as in the desert, plants have no leaves at all.
The plants will tend to grow lanky and weak, while the leaves will turn yellowish.
They go into dormancy. There is less heat from sunlight, and there is less energy. The colorful leaves fall off as a result of a chemical change.
These plants grow in shady places have broad leaves because in shady places there is less amount of light and broad leaves can absorb maximum amount of light.....
While broad leaf plants obviously have a greater capacity for photosynthesis due to the larger surface area of its' leaves, thin leaf plants usually require less photosynthetic activity to thrive.
There are different types of plant that survive in winter and that not like the one that doesn't survive are ANNUALs: these are the plants that produce a handsome amount of seeds during spring season. But they don't survive in winter. But in the spring season, new plants grow from the seeds.Second one is PERENNIALSThese are plants that survive during the winter season. Usually the plant part that breeds above the ground expires, but the roots are protected by snow layers.Then in the season of spring, this plant will start to grow once again.All plants find ways to survive the winter. The reason why plants lose their leaves are1- In the winter, heat becomes less available.2- In the winter, light become less available.3- In the winter, Water becomes less available.4- In the winter, minerals become less available.5- The plants then began to get rid of the leaves by discontinuing the flow of food to these expire leaves.And once the supply of the food from plant to leaves is close off, these leaves began to change their colour and with the passage of time they beginning to fall off.
All living creatures are adapted to their environments, plants included. Some specific examples would be cacti in semi-arid deserts that have adapted towards extreme water conservation (no leaves, thick fleshy stems that hold water), deciduous trees in temperate forests that drop their leaves every fall to save energy during the winter months (when there is less light energy for photosynthesis) and water lilies that have large flat leaves that allow them to float on top of the lake waters.
Hi there plants can reduce water loss be shriveling there leaves this is a natural process non - evergreen trees do just before winter, they do this to store there fluids and to not lose . the leaves shrivel because leaves can lose water through them so with less surface area or no leaves mean a lesser water loss
A liquid boils when its intermolecular forces are broken. A "thin" liquid is less viscous, therefore one would expect its intermolecular forces to be less and, therefore, it would boil more quickly. Viscous - thick Volatile - easily evaporated
To make less surface area for the water to escape from.
at least five inches thick, no less.
Well with less CO2, the plants and photosynthesis will be less rapid, as opposed to an area rich with CO2, where plants would conduct photosynthesis very quickly.
There are different types of plant that survive in winter and that not like the one that doesn't survive are ANNUALs: these are the plants that produce a handsome amount of seeds during spring season. But they don't survive in winter. But in the spring season, new plants grow from the seeds. Second one is PERENNIALS These are plants that survive during the winter season. Usually the plant part that breeds above the ground expires, but the roots are protected by snow layers. Then in the season of spring, this plant will 1- In the winter, heat becomes less available. 2- In the winter, light become less available. 3- In the winter, 4- In the winter, minerals become less available. 5- The plants then began to get rid of the leaves by discontinuing the flow of food to these expire leaves. And once the supply of the food from plant to leaves is close off, these leaves began to change their colour and with the passage of time they beginning to fall off.
As the gas quickly leaves the container, the pressure and the amount of gas inside decreases. With less gas, the heat decreases.