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MORPHOLOGY OF FLOWERING PLANTS By Pranav Pundarik
Flower Fruit Stem Leaf Shoot system Node Internode Bud Primary root Root Secondary system root Image Credits : NCERT Textbook Figure 6.1 Parts of a flowering plant
The primary roots and its branches constitute the TAP ROOT SYSTEM The primary root is short lived and is replaced by a large number of roots. These roots originate from the base of the stem and constitute the FIBROUS ROOT SYSTEM Monstera and the banyan tree, roots arise from parts of the plant other than the radicle and are called ADVENTIOUS ROOT
REGIONS OF ROOT Reglon of maturation Root hair Region of clongation Region of i meristematic Root cap activity Image Credits : NCERT Texthngk
MODIFICATIONS OF ROOT PROP ROOTS (Banyan) STILT ROOTS (Maize, Sugarcane) PNEUMATOPHORES (Rhizophora) Asparagus for storage, sweet potato, carrot etc.
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