Acid Rain and Plants
Name: Julie M.
when you apply acid rain directly to the root of the
plant, what happens does the acid directly burns the root or the root
absorbs the acid,and then the cell of the acid go inside the plant then
Anthony R. Brach
Acid rain may have several effects on plants, but it is not strong enough to
directly burn tissue. It is also usually not strong enough to directly kill
a plant, but reduces overall health.
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Update: June 2012