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1. Of the following, which is NOT an adaptation plants made to life on land? (1 point)

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Hello Llantae, the epidermal cuticle helps regulate transpiration in a plant through stomata (like skin pores), and reduces dehydration with a special waxy coating. The vascular system provides internal transport within a plant, aiding its growth and nutrient balance. It is also must faster than osmotic diffusion. Cell walls are the structural support of a plant, which withstands environmental damage. It also helps keep the plants shape. Asexual reproduction is not needed for evolved land plants. I hope this helped you understand a bit better.

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