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  • one year ago

Which is an example of a structural adaptation of a plant? A. plant moving toward light to increase photosynthesis B. roots responding to gravity to get to water C. trees going dormant in winter to survive unfavorable conditions D. thorns or spines to protect the plant from animals

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  1. anonymous
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    Which do you think & why?

  2. anonymous
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    C?? or D??

  3. anonymous
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    D is your best bet :)

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