Vines and Trees are both plants, but they are very different from each other. What adaptations can you see in these plants, and how do you think these adaptations help them survive?
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Plants are not my strong suite so all I can give you is a general answer.
Vines use other structures - trees, rock faces, buildings, etc - for support while trees provide most of their own support with their trunks.
well, the part about suite i dont know wat ur talking about
You've never heard that expression?
I meant I am not an expert on plant biology.