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 How do cactus plants adapt to their habitats?

Answer Cactus plants adapt to their extreme habitats by specializing body parts and functions. For example, the roots concentrate on anchoring the plant and on capturing nutrients and water from the soil.... Read More »
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What are cactus habitats?

Answer #1: They are found mostly in desert areas.Answer #2: There are two main native cactus habitats. One is the hot, dry desert. The other is the warm, humid jungle forest. But the cactus is a mo... Read More »
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Which cactus plants store water in their stems?

All cactus plants store water in their stems. It's an energy, time, water and work saving adaptation of cactus plants to the extreme environments in which they live. In terms of the desert and the ... Read More »
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How does a cactus adapt in a desert?

It all depends on the place it is in. In a particular desert there is an ocean nearby. The water condensates and then the cacti take all of the moisture in. It keeps that for a long time. Any wat... Read More »
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How does a cactus adapt to different environments?

Most cactus are very slow growing, and do not acclimate well to different environments from where they are native. Like most plants, however, they can adapt slightly to different humidity, temperat... Read More »
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