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Plant Vocabulary. Types of Roots Fibrous Roots- roots that form a thick and tangled mat just under the surface of the soil . Tap Roots- a root that goes straight down so it can reach water deep underground .

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plant vocabulary

Plant Vocabulary

Types of Roots

Fibrous Roots- roots that form a thick and tangled mat just under the surface of the soil.

Tap Roots- a root that goes straight down so it can reach water deep underground.

Prop Roots- roots that begin above ground so they can keep trees growing in loose, wet soil from being blown over by the wind

Root Hairs- tiny parts of roots that take in water and minerals from the soil

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Stem

-- is the part of a plant that holds the plant up and carries food and water to other parts of the plant

Xylem tubes- tubes in the stem that carry water and minerals

Phloem tubes- tubes in the plant stem that carry food made in leaves to other parts of the plant

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Leaves

-- a plant part that is the “food factory” of the plant

Chlorophyll- a pigment that helps plants use light energy to make sure

Chloroplasts- the parts in leaf cells where the food-making process takes place