Water Biome Adaptations By Kayla C and MiKayla s

CORAL REEFS: They have zooxanthellae which are microscopic algae that help take in light for photosynthesis.
SEAWEED: This type of plant has things called holdfasts and is what our prduct is based off of. Holdfasts hold the seaweed to rocks and stuff to keep it in place rather than having roots.
KELP: This has really strong holdfasts because kelp is a large seaweed. The holdfasts keep the plants held in place.
ALGE: This plant adapts it pigment a lot. By adapting its pigment and changing it, it helps it absorb sunlight. Also algae stays alive by freezing or drying up in the winter.

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