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Science Roots

Test Feburary 12th, 2013

Function Of Roots anchor and support in the ground absob water and minerals holds soil in place
Root Types Fibrus Roots and tap roots
Structure of the Roots 1. Root hairs 2. Meristem 3. Root cap
Root Hairs increase surface area of water and minerals absorbtion
Meristem where new cells are produced
Root Caps protects tip of growing root
Fibrus Roots a firbrous root system is the oppisite of a taproot system- usuallyformed byt hin modelrately branching roots growing from the stem
Taproots a straight tapering root growing vertically downward and forming the center which subsidary rootlets spring
Created by: abby_pottorff_13