which adaptation helps plants to store water?

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    Succulents have adapted several mechanisms that allow them to store water for future use in climates where regular rainfall is unlikely.  These plants have a shallow, but wide root system that allows them to absorb as much rain as possible from a large area as soon as it hits the ground.  These plants also contain specialized vacuoles to store large amounts of water in their stems and fleshy leaves.  

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