The colour of a root hair cell usually depends on which plant it is in. Though usually it is a green colour with a brown cell wall and a blue nucleus.
A plant can grow from just the top of a carrot root, but not any root. This is because carrots have a special kind of root called a tap root. The plant that will grow from the top of the carrot will not be another carrot, but instead a green leaf type thing and there will be some very small hair bristle type things growing from the side. They will be light brown or so.
Because a carrot is a root so the green top is actually the plant on top. What you eat is the root that was underground.
the root the root No the root is below the ground and the green onion is above the ground which is a young onion. it will eventually grow into a onion.
We eat the root of the carrot plant. most people eat only the root of the plant but the top of the plant the green leafy part is also edible and nutritious.
the root of a tomato plant is a root!
Carrots are very unique vegetables. Carrots represent the root of the entire plant and the green top is actually the plant.
its a type of propigation either the leaf, root, or steam. how this works is they take a peice of the root leaf and or stem into the soil with a piece of the plant sticking out of the soil. what happens is an the plant grows from these they will star growing roots and root hairs(which absorbs water and nutrients)
The inside Root, just like other onions & potatoes.
Yes root beer is brown
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.
it can be, or it can be a result of a fungal infection on the leaf. yellowing leaves, especially at the base of the plant are indicative of a root problem - root rot, over watering or even severe fertiliser burn to the roots of the plant
wheat plant have fiberous root
A bean plant has a tap root.
It is the green parts of a plant that trap the Sunlight and make the food (sugars) for the plant (in structures called "chloroplasts" which contain the green "chlorophyll").The green parts of a plant are normally the leaves and the plant arranges these so that each leaf is exposed to the most sunlight.The roots transport water and nutrients to all parts of the plant, they do not produce food.
either a rythmical beating or seeds from a leguminous plant grown for food
tap root, as it is adicot plant
The low pH of the vinegar will damage the root system of the plant causing either temporary or permanant damage (death).
A horseradish is a root vegetable. The root looks tubular and pale off-white, with green leaves and white flowers above the ground.
It is the root of the plant.
Bean plants certainly have roots, but the part of the plant that is eaten is the seed (brown beans, flat beans, broad beans, lima beans, etc.), and often the seed pod (usually called green beans).
Green plants are green largely because of the compound chlorophyll; the "chloro" part of the compound name comes from a Greek root meaning "greenish-yellow".
Beetroot is the root of a plant, hence the word root!
the root does the root does