It weakens rapidly.
Obtaining water and staying upright despite gravity and winds
2.2 billion years
a long time ago
May increase or decrease
well, they can not walk so they had to wait for big foot to take a swim. Once he finally did, they asked him if they can be on land, so being the beast he was, he moved them t…o land, where the reproduced Sexually and Asexually.
Yep they developed. Simply due to evolutionary characters plant kingdom is divided into many Divisions; Bryophyta, Pterophyta, Lycophyta, Cycadophyta, Coniferophyta, Anthophyt…a
Fungi provided the mechanism for plants to obtain nutrients from the soil. Scientists believe that fungi and plants have had a beneficial relationship for millions of years. R…esearchers have hypothesized that land plants originated in water and then moved to land. However, for a long time they were not sure how plants were able to make this transition to land without complex roots that could absorb nutrients. Now some scientists believe that the link lies in the glomeromycetes, whose hyphae attach to plant roots to help the plants pull nutrients from the soil.
They evolved to fill the niches found on land.
It made it possible to move water within the plant structure.
adaptive radiation formed mant new land plant species
Generally a cyclone will weaken as it hits land, especially if it is a tropical cyclone.
Well if you know that they rely on warm ocean waters for their strength what do you think will happen if there isnt warm ocean waters below it. It will dissipate. A tropical c…yclone can have its outer bands on land but if its eye is over warm ocean it will strengthen. So once it hits land it will weaken. But because of the vast size and power it will take days for them to go away. So that is what happens to them.
It bleepin goes away
Plants moved onto land after algae was entrapped in evaporating ponds, and cast up to the sea shore, and as a majority died, a few survived to be the plants we see on land… today.
Plants moved from land to water as a result of algae entrapment in evaporating ponds, and casting up on the sea shore, where they were subjected to dry winds, and as other…s died out, some survived to the ancestors of the plants on land today.