Morphological changes, Biology

Morphological changes

Aquatic plants produce different kinds of leaves and produce aerenchyma (tissues with air gaps) where there be a need to do so. Also, a thick cuticle on leaves of many hydrophytes usually prevents direct injury by insects thereby avoiding opportunistic infection by other microbes.

 

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