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Carrot - Wikipedia

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Trinomial name. Daucus carota subsp. sativus (Hoffm.) Schübl. & G. Martens. The carrot (Daucus carota subsp. sativus) is a root vegetable, usually orange in colour, though ... The most comm...

World Carrot museum - Description of Carrot Root

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The main parts of the carrot root and their purpose. ... Why and how do carrots make sugar - Carrots make natural sugar to make energy for the plant to reproduce. ... names that have been applied to orange-fleshed carrot varieties or strains.

Carrot - New World Encyclopedia

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The edible part of a domesticated carrot, Daucus carota subsp. sativus is a taproot. ... In addition to wild carrot, these alternative (mostly historical) names are  ...

Carrots | HowStuffWorks

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The taproot of the carrot plant is the part that's eaten, and it comes in a variety of shapes and ... Common Name: Carrot Scientific Name: Daucus carota sativis

Basic Botanical Information of Carrot. - MDidea Extracts Professional

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Parts Used Medicinally: The whole herb, collected in July; the seeds and root. ... Name Origin: The name Carota for the garden Carrot is found first in the writings  ...

Plant Parts

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carrot plant, grass plant, hand lens, ruler, and Plant Parts .... Name: Plants typically have six basic parts: roots, stems, leaves, flowers, fruits, and seeds. Draw a ...

Roots Carrot Dissection - EDHSGreenSea.net

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The edible part of the carrot is the root system. Root systems that ... drawing of the cross-section and label its various internal parts. 4) Place the carrot root on the ...

Primary Root Tissue, Root Hairs and the Plant Vascular Cylinder ...

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We will look at diagrams and photos to see the different parts of roots in order to explain... ... Some plants, such as carrots, beets and turnips, have roots that are designed for food storage. ... Let's go back to our diagram and label the root cap.

What plant parts do you eat? Answer key

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Mar 27, 2008 ... Answer key. What parts of plants do you eat? Roots: Carrots, Potatoes and Onions. Flowers: Broccoli, Cauliflower Cabbage. Nuts and Seeds: ...

Carrot - Herbs2000.com

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The most familiar part of the carrot is the swollen orange colored roots used as a ... The story of the way in which this plant received its name features the deep ...

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What part of the plant is a carrot? | Reference.com

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A carrot is the root portion of the carrot plant, also known as a taproot. A taproot is the largest, most dominant root of the plant's system. Carrots are typically ...

A Modern Herbal | Carrot - Botanical.com

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History; Description; Parts Used Medicinally; Medicinal Action and Uses; Cultivation ... The name Carota for the garden Carrot is found first in the writings of ...

PARTS oF A PLANT - The Campus Kitchens Project

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different parts: carrots, beets, onions, and/or radishes with roots and .... recognize the plant names, and ask what part of the plant we will eat once these seeds.