How Has The Vegetation In The Tropical Rainforest Adapted To The Climate ?


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Drip tips and waxy leaves – to remove water from leaves to prevent rotting
Buttress roots – extra anchorage to balance height
Vines – climb up trees to reach light
Broad leaves and jointed stems – in canopy to absorb as much light as possible, jointed stems let the move to light
Narrow straight trunks – no unnecessary energy waste
Shallow, wide reaching roots – along surface
Brightly coloured flowers – for pollination

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