Plants that live in dry environments have several structural features that allow them to conserve water. Which set of characteristics best describes plants that live in a dry environment?

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thin cuticle; sunken stomata surrounded by hairs

  

thick cuticle; sunken stomata surrounded by hairs

  

thick cuticle; stomata only on upper surface of leaf

  

thin cuticle; stomata only on upper surface of leaf

 

asked Dec 30, 2012 in Biology by anonymous
    

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thick cuticle; sunken stomata surrounded by hairs

 

answered Dec 30, 2012 by anonymous

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