the root of a tomato plant is a root!
The plant root is the portion of the plant that draws water from the soil into the body or stem of the plant. The root also anchors the plant to the ground.
wheat plant have fiberous root
A bean plant has a tap root.
tap root, as it is adicot plant
It is the root of the plant.
Beetroot is the root of a plant, hence the word root!
the root does the root does
it is the root (a tap-root) it is the root (a tap-root)
The root of a plant anchors the plant to the earth. It also collects the water and nutrients necessary for plant growth.
The root of the plant generally provides water and nutrients to the plant during plant's reproduction.
every plant has a root
the root of mature plant
Sweet potatoes are a vegetable that is produced in the root of a plant.
a carrot is a tuber, which yes, is pretty much a root plant
Root is a part of a plant which is underground. It transports water and fiber in the plant.
The underground part of the root generally anchors the plant.
They help the plant to absorb water and nutrients from the soil.
It protects the ends of each root. (p.s. There are about 2 million root caps on one plant).
strawberry plant has both tap root as well as fibrous root system
Root hairs help a plant by soaking up water and nutrients from the soil and taking them up to the plant through the roots. Root hairs are cells at the tip of the root.
The root supplies the plant with water and dissolved nutrients and it also anchors the plant into the ground and provides support.
A beet is technically a root. So the root of the plant is the beet, and whatever that grows out of it is the actual 'plant' portion.