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The bearberry is a dwarf evergreen shrub adapted to Subarctic and Arctic climates. It can grow up to several meters in length. It creeps close to the ground as an adaptation to the extreme ripping winds of the tundra biome.


The name "bearberry" for the plant derives from the edible fruit which is a favorite food of bears. The fruit, also called bearberries, are edible and are sometimes gathered as food for humans. The leaves of the plant are used in herbal medicine.


The bearberry plants have made many adaptations that allow for success in their tundra biome. It is a very short plant which helps it avoid the substandard climate. Compromising of thick, weather-beaten leaves covered in fine, silky hair is another adaptation to the freezing temperatures. Reproduction and Development


Bearberry is an evergreen plant that belongs to the heather family. It can be found in Canada, USA, Europe and Asia. Bearberry is adapted to long periods of cold weather and it easily thrives tundra. Bearberry grows on dry, poor, usually sandy soils, exposed to direct sunlight. It can be found in the mountains, shorelines, prairies, dunes and rocky areas.


An adaptation for the bearberry is the silky hairs on the leaves to stay warm in the harsh climate of the tundra. It also stays warm because its a low growing plant so it can stay out of the wind ...


The Tundra has a lot of plant life within this biome. Some common plants include the bearberry, arctic moss, Caribou moss, Diamond leaf willow, Labrador Tea, Pasque Flower, and the Tufted Saxifrage.


Since bearberry is a low growing plant it can stay out of the wind chill. It's fine silky hairs also help to keep it warm. Leathery leaves are also an adaptation to the cold of the tundra.


Bearberry is a low growing plant that uses that adaptation to stay out of the way of the ripping Tundra wind.It also favors places like behind rocks to again stay out of the wind.The leathery leaves keeps moisture and heat inside the plant.


How to use bearberry: Use bearberry as directed by your doctor. Check the label on the medicine for exact dosing instructions. Dosing depends on the use and the source of the product. Use as directed on the package, unless instructed otherwise by your doctor. If you miss taking a dose of bearberry for 1 or more days, there is no cause for concern.


Tundra plants grow in the summer months. Until then, they remain dormant to preserve nutrients and moisture. Another interesting tundra plant adaptation is its ability to harvest more light and heat in summer. Some tundra plant species have red foliage for the purpose of absorbing atmospheric heat as much as possible.