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Hydrilla is a submerged aquatic plant.It respires by simple diffusion as stomata is absent in its leaves.

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What eats hydrilla?

eats hydrilla ? Fresh water carp.

Why does water hydrilla decrease when the water lily increase?

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What will happen if you kept the twigs of hydrilla in a beaker filled with water?

Hydrilla is an aquatic plant which means that it naturally grows in water. If one placed hydrilla twigs in a beaker of water, the twigs would begin to sprout roots and would eventually grow leaves if the environment was conducive to growth.

Does the hydrilla use oxygen that is dissolved in water for respiration?

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