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Leaf, Stem, Root, or Flower?
STEM! The potato is an underground storage stem, technically called a tuber. The eyes are actually buds from the stem!
Leaf, Stem, Root, or Flower? ROOT! The carrot is a modified tap root.
Leaf, Stem, Root, or Flower? LEAF! Celery stalks are actually really large petioles!
Leaf, Stem, Root, or Flower? FLOWER! The broccoli tops are under-developed flowers sometimes called broccoli florets!
Leaf, Stem, Root, or Flower? ROOT! The sweet potato is really quite different from a regular potato!
Leaf, Stem, Root, or Flower? LEAVES! Most of what we eat from the onion are the modified fleshy storage leaves around the stem. kph/Food%20storage%20organ/Food%20storage%20orga n.htm
Leaf, Stem, Root, or Flower? FLOWER! The artichoke is actually a flower bud, picked before the purple flower blooms! ower.htm
Leaf, Stem, Root, or Flower? STEM! Ginger root is actually not a root at all. It is a modified storage stem called a rhizome. M97JzSZE/s400/01+Ginger+Root+Sprouts.jpg
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Vegetables. Classification of Vegetables Webster’s dictionary refers to vegetables as “any plant,” but more specifically as those that are edible. The.
Science- Plants Part 2: Roots & Stem. Three main jobs of roots Support: Keeps the plant in the ground and helps hold up the plant Absorption: Take water.
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We dig carrots! How does your carrot grow? Underground, of course! Carrots are root vegetables. Green stems and leaves sprout up from the soil; the part.
PLANT ROOT SYSTEM. Plant Parts Both systems depend on the other. Lacking chloroplasts and living in the dark, roots would starve without the sugar and.
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