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In vascular plants, the root is the organ of a plant that typically lies below the surface of the soil. This is not always the case, however, since a root can also be aerial or aerating . Furthermore, a stem normally...
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Adventitious, in botany, refers to structures that develop in an unusual place, and in medicine, it refers to conditions acquired after birth. This article discusses adventitious roots, buds and shoots, which are very common in vascular plants.
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adventitious adj. Not inherent but added extrinsically. See synonyms at ... This article discusses adventitious roots, buds and shoots, which are very ...
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adventitious root ( ′adven′tishəs ′rüt ) ( botany ) A root that arises from any plant part other than the primary root (radicle) or its
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Most commonly, adventitious roots arise out of stems, originating via cell ... In some plants leaves can also be encouraged to form adventitious roots. ...
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Adventitious Roots ... The small adventitious roots are not functional, but they do illustrate how ... This is another example of a monocot with adventitious roots. ...
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... posses tap root systems and monocotyledons adventitious root systems. ... Adventitious Root System: The primary root usually dies at an early stage and is ...
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adventitious roots and know something about their devel- opment and function. ... Kramer and Kozlowski (1979) add that adventitious roots ...
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... means of propagation and see where adventitious roots and shoots play a role. ... adventitious shoot growth uses the food stored in the roots, and the root ...
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In some plants, adventitious roots are a primary means of vegetative ... You might see adventitious roots of ivy (Hedera helix) growing along the stem as ...
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Shoots that develop from adventitious buds on roots are termed suckers. Basal shoot ... Adventitious roots and buds usually develop near the existing vascular tissues ...
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Britannica online encyclopedia article on adventitious root (plant anatomy), The second type of root system, the adventitious root system, differs from the primary ...
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Adventitious roots play an important role in phosphorus acquisition, as they are ... Shoots and remaining adventitious roots were oven dried at 60°C for 2 to 3 d for ...
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Adventitious: Encyclopedia with 57,945 entries from biotech, medicine ... This article discusses adventitious roots, buds and shoots, that are very common ...
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... adventitious root in the Online Dictionary. Meaning of adventitious ... adventitious ... adventitious. Araceae. arum family. climber. family Araceae. fibrous ...
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The production of adventitious roots was clearly a major response to burial. ... The peak in adventitious root biomass occurred at the lowest burial levels in ...
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Root botany, organ of higher plants, usually subterranean and having several functions, ... Roots arising from the stem are known as adventitious roots. ...
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adventitious roots formation in tomato and cucumber cuttings and also increased ... showed that the formation of adventitious roots is parallel to plant ethylene ...
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