Concentrated sodium (Na), a component of salt, can damage plant tissue whether it contacts above or below ground parts. High salinity can reduce plant growth and may even cause plant death. When the road is salted some of that salt can be sprayed onto the grass. The contact with the salt itself doesn't kill the grass. What happens is the salt dissolves into the water from the snow or from a rainfall afterwards and moves into the soil. The water then evaporates up or gets pulled up by the grass, but the salt stays. The grass actually uses a salt gradient inside it to pull the water into it through the roots (osmosis) but when the salt becomes too concentrated in the soil from all that road salt, that process can't work and so the grass dies from dehydration. It's the same thing that happens when people drink too much sea water.
Unfortunately, road salt does get on grass that is near the road, killing it. The grass can be restored, but it will not happen over the course of the summer.
Because the water from inside of the plant's cell diffuse to the outside of the plant. It happens because the concentration inside of the cells is higher than the salting from the sidewalk, so the cell become shrink trying to even the concentration. Most plants will die during this process.
it has 4 seasons spring, summer, fall, and winter
warm waters in the summer cold waters in the winter
In heat the sidewalks contract as when the winter comes the coolness cause's the sidewalks to contrast.
No. this is a winter road only, the Christina river freezes over in winter, there is no bridge for summer travel and deep muskeg.
I get about 22 in winter and 24-25 in summer. About 75-80% highway.
Such things do not exist.
Summer because the air particles are more spread out and can move faster in more heat
The Black Death disappeared in winter because the whole plague came from infected fleas, and in the winter, fleas are dormant, so the fleas couldn't bite people to spread the disease. However, in the summer, fleas are not dormant, so they continue to spread the Black Death to people. This is ironic because most sicknesses are worse in the winter than in the summer.
Germs do breed faster in warmer climates. However, swine flu is just as likely to spread in summer as it is in winter.
The season after autumn is winter.
No, you're not since the sidewalk is technically not your property. The city where you live is the one responsible for clearing and/or placing salt on the sidewalk to prevent ice.
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WINter it is the oppsite of the south when its summer there its winter here and when its fall here itsspring there
energy is spread over a larger area