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A cactus is a member of the plant family Cactaceae within the order Caryophyllales. The word .... Even those cacti without visible photosynthetic leaves do usually have very small leaves, less than ...

How Does a Cactus Live Without Water? | Wonderopolis

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May 27, 2013 ... For example, a fully-grown saguaro cactus can soak up and store up to 200 gallons of water during a good downpour! Many desert travelers ...

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Jun 11, 2013 ... Animation describing how a cactus can store water. ... 9 Which plants can store water in the desert ... WHERE DO CAMELS STORE WATER ?

How exactly does a cactus live without water? | Old Farmer's Almanac

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Its stems are thick with a lot of room for storing water, and with a protective covering that keeps the stored water inside. Some cactus species can go for two years ...

CactusMuseum.com - Cactus survival characteristics

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Leaves: Cacti do indeed have leaves. ... How does this help the plant? ... Many cacti stems have a globular shape, which for water storage, is the optimal shape.

Cactus (Family Cactaceae) - EnchantedLearning.com

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... to live in dry areas; these adaptations let the plant collect water efficiently, store it for ... Cacti have a thick, hard-walled, succulent stem - when it rains, water is stored ... These spines and scales do not lose water through evaporation (unlike  ...

BBC Bitesize - KS2 Science - How cacti survive without water

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Oct 8, 2007 ... A look at how cacti are able to survive and grow in the harsh, dry desert environment.

Cactus (Cactaceae) - More Detail - eduScapes

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Every cactus of a given species does not look exactly alike. For example, spines ... Where Do They Grow? ... The ribs give the plant shade and help store water.

Do cacti REALLY have water inside of them? | Yahoo Answers

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Jun 10, 2011 ... Best Answer: cacti do store water inside them. but it is not in a fully liquid"running water' form, but rather a moist pulp which may be chewed to ...

How does a cactus store water - Answers.com

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Answer this question… Submit. Ads. Follow. James Tupper Q&A. Actor: Stars in ABC's ... How are cactus plants adapted to store water in the desert? Their stems  ...

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How Cacti Survive: Surprising Strategies Quench Thirst - Live Science

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Jul 23, 2006 ... Branches do not sprout until they're at least a half-century old. ... The pleated ribs of a saguaro expand like an accordion when water is available ... dioxide, so the hardy plants must store the carbon dioxide for the next day.

How Do Cacti Survive in That Environment? - ScienceIQ.com

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So how do cacti that live in the desert survive by being deprived of water and ... The body of a cactus actually swells in times of moisture so that it can store the ...

How Plants Survive in the Desert: Retaining Water | A Moment of ...

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May 15, 2006 ... ... cacti, aloes, and agaves, beat the dry heat by storing plenty of water ... For starters, when it does rain, succulents absorb a lot of water quickly.