Why do roots of many swamp plants have a special morphology?

10 months ago
Biology

Swamp and marsh plants generally present supporting roots that ramify from portions of the stem above the ground helping the plant to fixate down the muddy and sandy soil. They may also have respiratory roots (pneumatophores), structures that emerge from buried roots to catch oxygen.

 

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Dipti KC
May 26, 2023
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