Rooted plants are most likely found in which aquatic zone?

Rooted plants are most likely found in which aquatic zone?

a. pelagic b. littoral c. benthic d. all of the above

Answers

Ans. Littoral zone.

Littoral zone can be defined as the area of a rive, sea, or lake, which lies close to the shore. It is characterized by abundant sunlight, dissolved oxygen, nutrients, and high water motion. These characteristics make it suitable for   marine life. Hence, littoral zone is enriched with various plants and animal species, and coral reefs.  

Rooted plants are most likely found in which aquatic zone?

all of the above

Explanation:

Rooted plants are found in all aquatic zone which include pelagic, littoral, and benthic

the answer is b. littoral zone.

the correct answer is b. littoral for anyone that needs it

The correct answer is option B, littoral

Reason -

Littoral zone lies between the terrestrial ecosystem and the pelagic zone. It is open and has good access to available sunlight. It is shallow and lie near to the shore of a water body. They generally form wetlands that have extensive scope to support rooted aquatic plants which also provide food and habitat to several animals in lake and river.  

It would be d-all of the above.
The littoral zone. . .

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