Roots are the part of the plant below ground that provide anchorage and transfer nutrients to the plant.
In mathematics, roots are the solutions to a polynomial function that equals zero. The word 'Root' is also be used as an abbreviation for "square root", for example √100 is often read as "root one hundred."
Adventitious roots, aerating roots, aerial roots, contractile roots, coarse roots, fine rootsm haustorial roots, propagative roots, proteoid roots, stilt roots, storage roots, structural roots, surface roots, and tuberous roots.
Roots don't have roots, plants have roots.
The roots we can eat include:- carrot roots cassava tuberous roots taro corms yam roots beet roots rutabagas
Grass roots have thin roots while shrub roots have thick roots.......hahaha
Lateral roots is Endogenous. Adventitious roots have lateral roots.
Mangroves have 3 main types of roots 1) Rhizophora roots 2) Prop roots 3) Pencil roots
Yes adventitious roots are fibrous roots.
Roots Bloody Roots was created in 1996.
Not sure what answer you are looking for, but here are 4 types of roots in math. First is a square roots, next is cube roots, then the nth roots, and lastly rational roots.
It provides the roots with carbohydrates. (APEX)
the dandelion roots differ from roots of grass by different function
no, buttress roots are roots of a big tree, but the roots are showing out of the ground, bulging
Tap roots have one whole root and have only root hairs on them. But fibrous roots have many roots and spread across the underground.
yes angiosperms have roots yes angiosperms have roots
deep roots are roots that go to deep in the soil.
because it is a compatition with the other roots for water..
fibrous roots tap roots adventitous roots =P
The word "roots" is plural, so you have to use the plural verb. "My roots have"
the two kinds of roots are tap root and fibrous roots. tap roots are the roots in which the rootlings arise from the main root but in fibrous roots the rootlings arise from the base of the root only
There is no specific collective noun for the noun roots, in which case a noun suitable for the situation is used, for example I've seen the terms a system of roots or a tangle of roots. You can also be more creative, for example a snag of roots or a maze of roots.
The roots purpose of a plant is to gather water from the soil to keep the plant alive and keep the plant from blowing away. There are two main kinds of roots, tap roots (Large roots that grows straight down.) and fibrous roots (Many roots grow in all directions.)
Fibrous roots and taproots are the two types of roots
Flowers don't have roots these are actually plants who have roots.
some plant roots like mint, weed, roots if cooked right