Plants survive in land by the water
Plants survive in their environment because they adapt to their climates
how do plants survive in dry or wet places?
Without sunlight, plants can not survive.
Plants have at least 2 very basic requirements in order to survive. Plants need both water and sunlight to survive.
not all plants need minerals to survive but some do.
they survive when the animals leave their manure after eating the plants.
Plants that can not survive in the desert are the plants that are not able to adapt to the changes in temperature that occur in the desert.
Certain plants (such as underwater ones) can survive being flooded in water. Plants can survive underwater because the sun's rays can penetrate water.
Plants better adapted to conserve water survive in desert.
many plants can survive like arnolds and wreckers
tropical plants need sunlight, CO2 and water to survive
There is no ozone layer for plants to survive and the temperatures change drastic.
Some plants like mushrooms and fungi can survive without sunlight.
Ah Dur! Animals that need plants to survive are called herbivores.
Because plants produce our oxygen and we can't live without oxygen, therefore we need plants to survive.
Plants in the rain forest survive on little sunlight. They go through the process of photosynthesis just like other plants.
A rabbit needs plants to survive because a rabbit is an herbivore. Without plants, it would surely die; no food.
Yes, all plants need water to survive. Plus there are plants that survive in water only and require no soil.
how do sunflowers survive in the subtropics
some plants can survive without animals but most need it to pollenate the plant
it depends. however most plants will need at least some light to survive
Plants survive in Rain forests because it is their natural habit so they are fine living there!
Yes, man and plants can and do survive in the desert and have done so for thousands of years.
No plants will not survive on cool aide because of the consistance of the liquid that cool aid is.