What are some examples of plant adaptations for survival on land?

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Mar 1, 2015

There are so many adaptations that a terrestrial plant has in order to survive on land.While some plants remain dependent on a moist and humid environment, many have adapted to a more arid climate by developing tolerance or resistance to drought conditions. Like sunken stomata or stomata that opens only late in the evenings and at night which are controlled by guard cells, thick cuticle on leaves, storing water in thick fleshy stems, development of elaborate tap or fibrous root system in search of water are few examples.