How Do Aquatic Plants Breath Underwater?


Aquatic plants breath underwater through a process known as diffusion. The gas molecules in water are absorbed through diffusion and they seep through walls and tiny holes. Diffusion carries air to and from the inside cells of a land plant. The same postal service carries water to and from the cells of a water plant. The cells take oxygen and other gases they need from the seeping air or water and they seep the one that they do not need outside.
Q&A Related to "How Do Aquatic Plants Breath Underwater"
plants in water have specialised parenchymatic tissue called aerenchyma throughout the plant body which helps them to breathe
Answer be a scuba diver
As far as I know dolphins and whales also do the same thing. I'm not sure how but it must be related to the fact that different parts of the brain can fall asleep separately. See
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