How do river plants cope with the flow?

In conditions of rapid flow, only very small algae can live, which cover the stones of the river. But where the flow is calmer - near the shores or small ravines - plants are able to rooted. River plants have to firmly hold their roots in order to withstand the flow. In addition, they have narrow strips of leaves to weaken water resistance. In the water tree, for the same reason, the leaves of the cherries, as if cut into shreds. The thin flexible stalks of the watery yellow are flowing under water.

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