LAND  PLANTS  OF  ARIDA

 

Life on Arida originally arose in the ancient primordial oceans many billions of years ago.  Multicellular and advanced plant forms evolved and diversified in the oceans over the millennia from the ancient Primordial cells. 

From the three types of water plants that evolved in the oceans -- Heliotropus, Asperdoma and Hennaphyta -- three distinct genus of land plants adapted and evolved to life on the shore in three biomes.

The three biomes in which plants adapted to live are the tropical rainforest, the savannah or grassland, and the desert. Since each biome is significantly different in terms of rainfall and average temperature, the adaptations of the plant species that were able to survive in them are different in significant ways.

 

Find out about three species of plant life that evolved to live on the land over the ages:

ERNELLA

PATRICK'S PLANT

TERRAPHYTA





 

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