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Specialized structures that allow mangroves to get oxygen in soil that is usually anaerobic are called? 1. rhizomes. 2. pores. 3. runners. 4. pneumatophores.
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Specialized structures that allow mangroves to get oxygen in soil that is usually anaerobic are called Pneumatophores.
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Mangroves from the family Rhizophoraceae reproduce using a specialized process of germinating seeds on the parent tree and then producing a seedling ready to go. What is that seedling called? 1. root 2 propogule 3. baby mangrove 4. rhizophore
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Mangroves from the family Rhizophoraceae reproduce using a specialized process of germinating seeds on the parent tree and then producing a seedling ready to go. The seedling is called: PROPAGULE.

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Red mangroves are easily identified by their specialized roots called? 1. rhizophores. 2. peg legs. 3. prop roots. 4. knees.
Weegy: Red mangroves are easily identified by their specialized roots called "prop roots." (More)
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The Red Mangrove which is also knows as the "Walking tree", can be identified by its trunk roots which have a reddish color to the bark.
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The Red Mangrove is easily identified by its rizhophores or "prop roots". These roots dangle down into the water and look like a tangled mass of long fingers protruding from the tree trunk and branches.
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Mangroves are important ecosystems because? 1. they prevent coastal erosion. 2. they trap sediments. 3. they trap excess nutrients from agricultural runoff. 4. all of the above.
Weegy: 3. they trap excess nutrients from agricultural runoff. (More)
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Mangroves are important ecosystems because: 4. ALL OF THE ABOVE.
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Geneva is creating a list of occupations that interest her. She should include in her list? 1. only one career. 2. only careers recommended by other people. 3. only careers suggested in the results of online tests. 4. several careers discovered in a variety of ways.
Weegy: Geneva is creating a list of occupations that interest her. She should include in her list 1. only one career. (More)
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Geneva is creating a list of occupations that interest her. She should include in her list 4. several careers discovered in a variety of ways.
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One career would not make a list. I was not able to find a source but the answer I gave is the only one that makes sense. If anybody can find a source, it would be appreciated.
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