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Why can some plants accumulate salts in their tissues?

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Some plants accumulate salts in their tissues as a way to create a high salt concentration in their cells, which helps them to adapt to and survive in environments with high salinity levels. This process, known as salt accumulation or salt tolerance, allows these plants to maintain water balance and continue to grow even in salty soil or water conditions.