Why is my hyacinth plant still living after you gave it salt water Why are my other three hyacinth plants still living after I gave them water soda and milk?
a single dose wont kill them, if you continue to do it the saltwater plant will die, the milk watered plant will get sick and the soda water one will be fine
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Water, because soda has to much sugar that will kill the plant.Milk contains no minerals for the plant to use. Water helps allliving things, so water makes it grow better. God made it rainwater not soda of course :D
seaweed, coral, and fish too! many fish live their. The coral reef biome is there too. Also, the egg came BEFORE the chicken from Ashton in room 4C
Plants need oxygen and glucose for the process of photosynthesis,which is how they grow. Because of this, they can grow better witha little sugar diluted into water. However, if they are only"watered" with milk or soda, they will wither and die because theyare not being provided enough oxygen.
A plant can not live without water. Some plants can live with verylittle water but all plants need to have water to survive.
The high level of salt causes normal plants to shrivel because the high salt concentration actually extracts water from the cell (due to simple diffusion) causing death to the plant. Seaweed and other marine plant life are exceptions because they are covered with a special layer of tissue that prev…ents that from happening. That and marine plants are able to handle a high salt environment. If you put a normal potted plant in a bath of salt water, chances are it would shrivel and lose its rigidity over the next few hours. ( Full Answer )
water hyacinth is a feasible source for alcohol production. ethanol yield of water hyacinth is 0.296/kg dry mass. bioethanol production using water hyacinth is already cited in the references. nigam 2002 nigam 2001 and nigam 2000.
I've been clearing acres of water hyacinth from a forty acre lake in central Florida for 15 years. Recently I extended a 5' landscape by 6'. It attaches to the standard three point hitch on my tractor. For a few hours I use it to pull the hyacinth up the bank.
there is an expanded leaf stalk that has an air inside and serves as a float -lawrence 11 y/o
Water Hyacinth furniture is made from the braids prepared from the dry stems of the plant. Since the braids do not have the strength, the structure of the furniture is made from Rattan, Wood, Bamboo or Iron. Once the frame is designed and prepared the water hyacinth braids are woven on the frame. We…aving is similar to the rattan furniture weaving. ( Full Answer )
\nNo, that is impossible.\nEvery living thing needs water to survive.\nPlants are living things.\nThey also need the minerals in the soil.
The water hyacinth have swollen leaf stalks which has air spacesthat allow it to float on water.
Water Hyacinth is a floating water plant, green to slightlygrey-green leaves. Flowers are pale shades of blue. Plants are usedin may parts of the world for making rope and furniture. The plantsare extremely invasive and is is one of the worst "weeds" in theworld, invading and clogging waterways.
It has swollen leaf stalk to help it float, which enables it to obtain enough sunlight to carry out photosynthesis.
No. Plants need water, just like humans do. Some plants can survive on a very small amount of water but all plants need some.
In the back u see polm trees. Some tall grass out of the ground on some beaches
None. There are plants that can live in extremely dry environment but they live by percipitation. They still need moist. Example : cactus and mold (moss ?).
Yes, check out the link for a picture, as well as more information about this plant
plants can live in all sorts of places. in water like cattails or whatever you call those things, then there's flowers and desert plants too. they can live about anywhere
No your goldfish did not "evolve" it "SURVIVED" being put in salt water. You don't say how much salt is/was in the water but placing a goldfish in water to which 1 teaspoon of salt has been added per gallon is a commonly used cure for fungus. Goldfish did not evolve they were selectively bred by Chi…nese aquarists from a species of wild Asian carp (Carassius gibelio) that had evolved over many millions of years. ( Full Answer )
Yes, a few kinds do. Sea weed, kelp, Lilly pads and duckweed are only a couple.
plants and animals live in water because its just they way the want to live
In what ways do you think the plants and animals that live in the fast moving water of rivers must be different from the animals and plants that live in a still lake?
In fast moving rivers, plants can be carried away. Dirt can also be moved, possibly decreasing the amount of plant life in different areas. In a still lake, nothing moves around, so my guess is that nothing changes much. But, I'm not a scientist, so I wouldn't recommend using my answer for school wo…rk. ( Full Answer )
Freshwater plants grow in ponds, lakes, rivers, and streams. Most have roots which anchor them in the mud at the bottom. Their stems grow through the water and their leaves and flowers open above the water's surface.
The hyacinth Macaw lives in Brazil, Bolivia, and Paraguay. Itprefers to live in palm trees; it is also kept as a pet.
The answer may be that you gave the plant too much water! Excess or overwatering (or even waterlogged soil), will result in root damage of the plant; this in turn causes the plant to wilt even further as the damaged root system cannot take up water.
No. If you give a plant salt water the salt will cause the cells in the plant to shrivel, trying to keep it out, and the plant will eventually die. I have no idea about milk. My best guess is no as well because the solution is too thick for the plant to soak up.
Yes.Plants living in water do transpire.Oxygen that is dissolved in water is taken in by plants.Plants take in carbon dioxide and leave out oxygen when sunlight is present and take in oxygen and leave out carbon dioxide at night.Plants transpire through stomata.
An aquatic plant bubbles because it releases oxygen bubbles. Theoxygen bubbles float to the surface of the water and get releasedin to the air.
seeing as starfish live in most, if not all levels of the sea, any plant you can think of as being a marine plant lives where starfish live. Examples: phytoplankton, red algaes, green algaes, brown algaes, sea grasses.
the plants in the sugar and salt will last not longer but shorter because the sugar would make it droop and die water is the best choice.
You may save the orchid if you completely pull it out of thegrowing medium and let it dry. Cut off the dead parts, and after itdries out for a couple days water the remaining roots every dayuntil it starts to grow again. You can eventually repot it.
An aquatic plant bubbles because it releases oxygen bubbles. The oxygen bubbles float to the surface of the water and get released in to the air. Thats why it floats..
The water hyacinth's roots are in water, while the sunflower's roots are in soil. The Water hyacinth's leaf stalks are swollen and contains air, while the sun flower's leaf stalks are different in shape
The water hyacinth has a large surface area that lays over the top of the water, which distributes its weight and increases its buoyancy sufficient to keep it floating.
They are aquatic plants they have 6 petals and when they are not fully bloomed the are mistaken as frog bits.
Because of the osmosis properties in plant cells, things will go like this. Cell containing 95% water, 5% Salt VS Lake containing 50% water, 50% Salt The cell will push all the water out into the lake in an effort to try and make the salt:water ratios equal on both sides. The lack of water insid…e the cell at the end will shrivel the cells, causing the plant to cease functioning properly... and eventually die. ( Full Answer )
If you try an experiment, it wont die.With soda it wouldn't grow with salt it will grow.
No. Its roots are in water but the stems are filled with air so they are round and float on water. Hope this can help you as it is not very specific. >.<
Yes they can. There are many species of underwater plants. Seaweed or lily-pads for example. Both of them live mostly underwater, but can interact with the surface. Lily-pads do have flowers that break the surface for pollination. The pads are close to the surface for photosynthesis. Seaweed also t…ends to grow close to the surface, where there is more light. ( Full Answer )
yes, well it depends on what plant really. most wouldn't last long and would probably die after about a week :(
YES! The waxy coat of the water hyacinth leaves is waterproof andcovers a spongy parenchyma tissue. Together with its swollen stem,which is filled with more spongy parenchyma tissue, it makes theplant float.
First, make sure that they are legal in your area. They are not in some states because they are considered invasive species. If they are, they should be fairly inexpensive as they grow rapidly.
It rains in the desert, just not very often. So desert plants make every little bit if water that they get last until it rains again.
1. Mangrove. \n a. Red Mangrove. \n b. Black Mangrove . \n c. White Mangrove. 2. Shaving Brush Plant. 3. Mermaid's Fan Plant. 4. Halimeda Plant. 5. Lettuce Algae .
Water haycinth is a free floating aquatic plant. Hence it has air spaces in the cells to increase vioancy.
A water hyacinth is a pretty invasive floating pond plant, withcurly green foliage, bulbous heads which make the plant float andalso from which the leaves spurt out of, and has furry roots. Inone growing season, 25 individuals may multiply to up to 2 millionmore individual plants!
You can produce biofuel from any organic material. Some materials will convert better than others.
the poplations will decrease because they are blocking sunlight forwater plants and land for animals. in conclusion it will be hardfor them to survive. â¥
the water hyacinth is a problem because it is a invasive plantand is very territorial
water lily . kelp . green alga . duckweed . reed mace . water starwort . eelgrass . coontail . musk grass . water poppy . watercress . etc.