roots arising from an organ other than the root
or shoots form on stem or root cuttings
Roots that arise in 'abnormal' positions, e.g. from a stem or leaf. The contrast is with the primary roots that develop from the axis of a seedling and roots that arise from other roots.
Roots growing from the plant's stem, above ground level.
Roots developing from basal culms, nodes, or some structure other than the seed.
DIAGRAMS: Equisetum Stem PHOTOS
roots arising from stem tissue
Roots found on plant stems in positions where they normally do not occur.
arise from places other than the root system such as the lower stem.
Roots that have differentiated from the kinds of tissue other than root tissue.
Roots that develop from the stem following the death of the primary root. Branches from the adventitious roots form a fibrous root system in which all roots are about the same size; occur in monocots.
Roots produced by crown nodes on the main shoot and tillers.
arising from organs other than roots.
Roots produced from the stem, that do not come from the original root of the embryo.
roots that grow out of stems
A root that grows from somewhere other than the primary root, for example, roots that arise from stems or leaves.