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Why the Plants that Inhabit a Desert Are Not Found in a Mangrove? Give Reasons. - Biology

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Why the plants that inhabit a desert are not found in a mangrove? Give reasons.

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The desert plants are adapted to survive in water stress conditions. They possess several adaptations to save water loss such as thick cuticle, reduced leaf and low rate of transpiration. The mangroove plants are adapted to survive in water logged and anoxic conditions, they possess prominant leaves and high rate of transpiration. Thus, the desert plants have different adaptations than mangrove plants to survive and cannot be found in a mangrove

Concept: Organism and Its Environment - Introduction of Organisms and Environment
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