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Plants that live in the marine biome have adapted their physical structure, the way they create food and their reproductive habits. To live in water, plants must be flexible so they can tolerate wave action, and in some ...

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Plants in the marine biome have flexible stems and leaves. This allows them to move freely. Floating plants have air pockets in their stem, which keeps them up in the water.

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All of the ocean’s plants, animals and more primitive organisms are biotic factors for the marine biome. The marine biome is the largest biome on Earth, and it covers approximately 75 percent of the planet.

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SIMILAR ARTICLES

Plants in the marine biome have flexible stems and leaves. This allows them to move freely. Floating plants have air pockets in their stem, which keeps them up in the water.

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Adaptations of plants living in estuaries include the ability to survive in water of varying salinity levels, cells that store oxygen for use underwater, and the ability to reproduce by releasing new plants ready to germ...

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Pine trees have adapted to winter weather and a shorter growing season with a conical tree shape that allows them to shed snow, and by staying green year-round so they can produce food through photosynthesis early in spr...

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Caribou moss, like other Arctic lichens, can make its own food, has strong and hardy tissues, and can survive for long periods of time without water. Caribou moss belongs to the class of lichens. These hardy species have...

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