A cactus is a member of the plant family Cactaceae, a family comprising about
127 genera with .... Even those cacti without visible photosynthetic leaves do
usually have very small leaves, less than...
Most cacti have extensive, but shallow root systems that allow them to soak up
any rainfall that may come their way. Specialized stems allow cacti to store water
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water in the desert ... WHERE DO CAMELS STORE WATER ?
Cactus take advantage of the lightest rainfall by having roots close to the soil
surface. The water is quickly collected by the roots and stored in thick,
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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.
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.
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.
Cacti are succulent plants that live in dry areas. ... live in dry areas; these
adaptations let the plant collect water efficiently, store ... These spines and scales
do not lose water through evaporation (unlike regular leaves, which lose a lot of
Xerophyte: a plant that is able to survive in areas with very little water. ... Cactus
and other plants that store lots of water to help them through the dry seasons are