Under what circumstances would it be beneficial for terrestrial plants to move to the side? How do terrestrial plants “solve” this problem?

* When shading light-loving plants, it would be good to move to a bright place, but the plant does not have limbs and they cannot move.
Therefore, the plant has a device for non-shading leaves – a leaf mosaic.
* Under excessive lighting, shade-loving plants arrange their leaves perpendicularly or the edges of the leaves curl downward.
* With the strong trampling of plants by animals, they developed such a device – very rigid, strong and springy leaf veins, the absence of a stem and leaves collected in a root rosette – plantain
* thorns and thorns serve as a device against eating by animals

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