Banana plant being a monocot has fibrous root system.
adventisious as it is monocotyledonous
No, you cannot root a banana plant from a banana. You can buy a banana plant at some nurseries (depending on where you live) or, over the Internet. Once you have one banana plant you can yield the 'suckers' (side shoots from the original plant to yield more bananas.)
Fiberous as it is monocotyledonous
Tulsi plant (Ocimum sanctum) has tap root system.
strawberry plant has both tap root as well as fibrous root system
The root system anchors the plant to the ground and provides a conduit for nourishment.
which part of aseed grows into the root system of a plant
Adventitious root system
A peanut root system is fibrous.
yes a vascular plant does have a root system
it is having fibrous root system
root system &shoot system root systems- underground parts of plant shoot system- parts outside
Touch -me-not plant (Mimosa pudica) has tap root system.
no it has tap root system i think so
under the shoot system is the root system which consists the root
to absorb nutrients for the benefit of the plant and its fruits as well as to provide anchorage
fiberous Edited answer: Balsam being a dicot plant has tap root system
A plant is made up of 2 systems: - Root System - Shoot System
Coconut plant being a monocot has fibrous root system
Onion being a monocot plant has fibrous root system
Corn/ maize has an adventisious root system as it is monocotylednous
The tiny root system will not be strong enough to hold the plant in strong winds
No, Hibiscus has tap root system
Each plant is adapted to live in its environment. One adaptation is the type of root system the plant has. Certain plants are meant to grow in certain areas. The root system determines where a plant will grow and adapt best to the environment because it is an adaptation.
carrot, beetroot, turnip, radish, dandelion, most of the plants with dicotyledon seeds have tap root system. grass, bamboo, banana, lilly, rice, wheat, most of the plants with monocotyledons have fibrous root system
The plant's root system.
a large root system,close to the surface
underground root system and aerial root shoot system
.....The Banana Plant....
A banana is the fruit of a plant.
It's a banana plant. Banana plants are herbaceous.
Root cap, meristematic cells zone, root hair zone, mature tissue system etc.
Ivy has anaerialroot system.
the root system provides water to the rest of the plant, and the stem system provides energy. If the root system is too large for the stem system to maintain, it will not be able to convert enough light into energy it can use.
The aloe vera plant has fibrous root system.
The 2 systems of a plant are root and shoot system
fibrous root Bean is a leguminous plant hence it has tap root system
moss would be one but even it has a tiny root system. every plant must have a root system so they have a way to get water and nutrients out of the earth.
The root system is a an organ of plant which is usually found below the goround
A deep taproot and shallow yet extensive branching root system. Does that help?
A tomato plant usually have a fibrous root system. If grown from a seed, the plant may form a taproot organisation. If grown from a cutting, the plant will form a fibrous rooting system.
Banana are flowering plants
1. Root System 2. Shoot System
The root system and the shoot system
The plant root system is made of various regions of tissues. These are root cap at the apex, the meristem of actively dividing cells, root hair zone and cell elongation and maturation zone having vascular tissue etc.
The root and shoot system are the two organ system of plants
Yes, the garlic plant has a fibrous root system. A mature garlic plant has about 40 - 60 fibrous roots that are very strong.
All Dicot plants have tap root system. Examples are carrot,raddish,rice, paddy,tulsi,mango,peeple,money plant etc
Yes, Yucca plants have a tap root system. Your Welcome!