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why are different kinds of plants have different kinds of roots


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Aerial roots which are roots that never touch the ground.Fibrous roots which are roots that are thin and branching.Tap roots have a main stalk-like root that plunges deep into the ground.The last is Prop roots which are roots that usually grow at the bottom of a plants stem that help supportand prop it up so it will not get knocked over.

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