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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adventitiousness

Adventitious has various meanings in various disciplines and in general usage. Adventitious is from the Latin root advenire, meaning "to come to" and in English  ...

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The second type of root system, the adventitious root system, differs from the primary variety in that the primary root is short-lived and is replaced within a short  ...

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There is one main root called taproot and it produces lateral branches called secondary roots these in turn produce tertiary roots and so on. These tap root is ...

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Jan 24, 2017 ... Adventitious roots are among these various types of root forms, and may no doubt lead you to wonder, what does adventitious mean.

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In botany, an adventitious root refers to a bud that grows on the internode of the plant, or in another unusual place. In other words, adventitious roots grow from ...

dept.ca.uky.edu/PLS220/rootsystemadventitious.pdf

However, in some dicot plants the radicle only functions to anchor the seedling and the majority of the root system is derived from adventitious roots. Adventitious  ...

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Abstract. The formation of adventitious branch roots in the secondary tissues of parental root axes is a widespread and frequent occurrence under field ...

www.plantphysiol.org/content/170/2/603

Adventitious roots are plant roots that form from any nonroot tissue and are produced both during normal development (crown roots on cereals and nodal roots ...