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2016-04-05T23:18:22+05:30
1. They are scattered and have long roots deep in the soil to absorb moisture.
2. The stems are succulent to conserve water.
3. Leaves are thick and small to minimise evaporation of water.
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2016-04-06T07:53:44+05:30

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How have the vegetation of thorn adapted to the climate
The vegetation of thorn adapted to the climate because the stems are succulent to conserve the water and the leaves are thick and tiny so they minimize evaporation of water.
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