Plants - rapidly flowing waters, Biology

Plants - Rapidly Flowing Waters

Among the plants only small, well attached forms, such as sessile algae can survive here. Thus, due to the presence of only a few plants, the nutrient base for animals here is organic detritus washed into the river from the drainage area.

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