Function of parts of the roots?
The three major function of the roots are
1. To absorb water and minerals from the soil and send it to the leaves through stem.
2. To help the plant grip itself in the soil. That is the reason both the root and shoot system grow proportionate.
3.In some plant it acts as a store place for food. (Eg. beet root, carrot)
Roots on the upper parts of the plant are called adventitious roots. They are not real roots per se. In some plants, their role is to provide extra support to the plant, for example, maize. In other plants like orchids, the aerial roots function to attach the plant to a surface as well as absorb moisture from the air for the water requirement of the plant.
Hi this is bio excuseeee meeee that is very much unacceptable sure so I'm gonna tell you what function do roots perform Stem and Roots function in transport of water, minerals, and sugars. ROOTS can perform the job of storing sugars (as in the potato). Roots also perform the task of Anchoring the plant in soil. .
The Vascular tissues, (xylem and phloem) transport water, nutrients and starch to various parts of the plant. Xylem tubes are present in the roots, water moves into the roots through osmosis and is pulled to the leaves due to a combination of transpiration pull and capillary action. Phloem tubes bring back starch (photosynthesized product/ simple sugar) and transport it to all parts of the plant body.
A rational function is the ratio of two polynomial functions. The function that is the denominator will have roots (or zeros) in the complex field and may have real roots. If it has real roots, then evaluating the rational function at such points will require division by zero. This is not defined. Since polynomials are continuous functions, their value will be close to zero near their roots. So, near a zero, the rational function will…