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Roots are branched structures that anchor plants and enable them to absorb water and mineral salts. Most roots are underground, but some roots are aerial. A root consists of a three zones: a ramification zone that produces secondary roots, a feeder root zone that is covered with absorbent hairs, and a growth zone where new cells at the point extend and divide.
Authored by seh.  Last updated 2014-11-11 01:52:52.
  • Family Tree Concept Drawing thumbnail Family Tree Concept Drawing (Illustration)
    Family trees usually start with the oldest generations at the top of the chart and the newer generations at the bottom. When presented this way, the shape more closely resembles an upside-down tree, with roots at the top and branches at the bottom.
  • Trees in Burlap thumbnail Trees in Burlap (Photograph)
    Young trees, wrapped in burlap, are pictured at a tree farm. The color of the leaves of the trees indicates that the season is changing. The burlap will protect the roots of the trees, and will help them withstand the winter.
  • The Game of Golf
    Golf has come a long way since its roots in 15th century Scotland, where it was played with a bent tree branch and a small leather bag filled with feathers.
  • Garden Tools thumbnail Garden Tools (Photograph)
    A garden hoe is a versatile tool that has been used for centuries. Common uses of the hoe include weed control, moving soil, digging furrows and trenches, and chopping roots and weeds.
  • Family Posing next to a Tree (Digital Image)
    A young family poses by a tree in the park, and commemorates the moment with a photograph. Like most families, this one most likely has an interest in their family tree.

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  • Roots Page on Jumblex.org
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