Question 1 Report
In which of the habitats will plants show xeromorphic features most prominently?
The habitat in which plants will show xeromorphic features most prominently is habitat X. Xeromorphic features refer to adaptations in plants that help them survive in dry environments, such as deserts. Examples of xeromorphic features include reduced leaf size, thick cuticles, and deep root systems. Habitat X is likely to be a dry and arid environment, which would favor the development of xeromorphic features in plants. In contrast, habitats R, P, and Q may have different environmental conditions that do not necessarily require xeromorphic adaptations in plants.