The different plant species that live in the ocean include phytoplankton, diatoms, dinoflagellates, sea-grasses, kelp and algae. These plants have special adaptation features that help them survive in the water.Know More
Plants are at the bottom of any food chain and the ocean food chain is not an exception. The various types of plants make life in the ocean possible.
Some plants that live in the ocean are kelp, seaweed, seagrass and algae. Ocean plants need sunlight to grow, so all plants are close to the surface of the water.Full Answer >
Plants are autotrophs, meaning they produce their own food using energy from the sun. Plants can survive underwater as long as they are close enough to the surface that they still have access to enough sunlight to sustain photosynthesis.Full Answer >
Some examples of ocean plants include phytoplankton, algae, seagrasses and kelp. Ocean plants either contain roots or float on the water, and rooted ocean plants only live in shallow water where the roots can reach the soil and the sun can reach the leaves.Full Answer >
Some of the plants found in the Indian Ocean are species of mangrove trees in Madagascar's mangrove forests, India's coastal sea grass and West Australia's macroalgae. The Indian Ocean covers a variety of biologically diverse ecological regions, including Africa's eastern shores, western Australia and the southern coastlines of Asia.Full Answer >