Does a plant in Mountain region has waxy coating on ir

Yes, plants on mountains have needle like leaves with waxy coating which protects them from snow.

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No,the plants in the mountain regions do not have waxy coating in them but they have needle like leaves(not spines) and the trees are shaped like a cone (coniferous trees) examples are pinetrees. The plants which have waxy coating are usually found in a freshwater habitat, examples of such plants are Lotus, Waterlily...

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no,a plant in mountain region have needle like leaves and are cone shaped for the rainwater and snow to slide of easily. waxy layer is present in desert plants so as not to lose the water through the process of transpiration .mountain region plants do not need to retain water in them.

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yes

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