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 Transport Systems in Animals & Plants?

Answer Plants and animals both have transport systems. Despite their large difference in structure, the function of the transport systems remains the same. Transport systems are designed to move nutrients... Read More »
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What Animals Eat Plants & Animals?

An animal that eats both plants and other animals is classified as an omnivore. There are two types of omnivores; those that hunt live prey: such as herbivores and other omnivores, and those that ... Read More »
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Watering Systems for House Plants?

Houseplants can provide a welcoming atmosphere, but overwatering or underwatering them can result in houseplant mortality. They require consistent care and watering, which can be difficult to provi... Read More »
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Do plants have immune systems?

Answer yes but different then ours
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Are plants animals?

Plants are not animals. Animals move around on their own, make vocal noises and search for their food. Plants cannot move on their own. They do not speak and they produce their own food. Animals te... Read More »
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