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Galen Macziewski

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on 3 May 2010

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B is the correct answer because... B is the correct answer because when the Prairie grass' roots entend down into the Eath the roots are able to "grasp" more of the soil around it, therefore kepping most of it together, preventing erosion B I had T.A.K.S Question #45 - The reason Prairie grass may be better at preventing erosion than wheat isbecause the prairie grass roots are able to...
A. Use more mineral nutrients
B. hold more soil in place
C. absorb more water
D. grow more slowly

- And for my answer i got
The roots of plants hold in the soil. When forces try to erode the soil, the roots keep the soil in and do not let it wash away. It takes a much longer time for the soil to erode when there are plants. The deeper and stronger the roots are, the less soil an get eroded.


Read more: How Do Plants Prevent Soil Erosion? - Blurtit http://www.blurtit.com/q9333738.html#ixzz0mG0QoAqp Erosion and Erosion prevention Erosion is the process of weathering and transport of solids (sediment, soil, rock and other particles) in the natural environment or their source and deposits them elsewhere. the best way to prevent erosion is to do one of the following

plant some plants with really long roots
or
put up a barrior of some sort

By Galen Macziewski With that,
Please study the picture... now think about the answer for this question...

Prairie grass may be better at preventing erosion than wheat because the prairie grass roots are able to...


A. use more mineral nutriants
B. hold more soil in place
C. absorb more water
D. grow more slowly The correct answer is B - hold more soil in place. Why is this correct? This is correct because as showen earlyer the plant roots are able to go deeper in the ground and hold more soil together
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