1.) Leaves which exits in the desert have a thick waxy cuticle which A. allows the plants to absorb water B. allows water to easily run off C. reflects excess light, which conserves water D. absorbs all the light

billythe1st billythe1st    2   14.02.2022 04:40    8

maxandalexplayz maxandalexplayz  14.02.2022 04:40

The correct option is A


The main adaptation of desert plants is to minimize water loss through their pores and also through the cell walls on their leaves. So the leaves of many desert plants have a thick covering that is coated with a waxy substance that allows them to seal in and protect what moisture they already have.

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