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Seeds Roots Leaves Stems Flowers Fruits
Cassava Cabbage Potatoes Broccoli Apple Corn
Cassava is a root Cabbage is a leaf Potatoes are stems Broccoli is a flower Apple is a fruit Corn is a seed
Onion Cauliflower Tomato Carrot Spinach Nuts
Onions are a stem Cauliflower is a flower Tomatoes are a fruit Carrots are a root Spinach is a leaf Nuts are seeds
Sugar beets Radish Asparagus Ginger Artichoke Sugar cane Celery Collards Lettuce Maple syrup Cauliflower Dry Beans Avocado Cherry Pumpkin Olive Peas Oats Rice Lemon
Root Sugar beets Ginger Radish Stems Asparagus Sugar cane Maple syrup Leaves Celery Collards Lettuce Flower Cauliflower Artichoke Fruits Avocado Cherry Lemon Pumpkin Olive Seeds Peas Dry Beans Oats Rice
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