an under-ground plant stem that produces shoots above and roots below and has buds and leaves. Schist: a rock made of crystals and formed under intense heat or pressure.
Lateral extensions of plant stems beneath the soil.
A root-like stem which is prostrate, grows partly or wholly underground, and can root from the stem nodes. Sometimes called "Rootstock".
Roots that travel underground laterally and send up new plants. An example is the perennial sweet woodruff ( Galium odorata), which travels laterally an inch or so underground, then breaks the surface to grow a new stem.
underground stem with reduced leaves and internodes
stems growing underground producing new shoots
The underground stems of a plant or root stems; has roots and shoots at the nodes.
A horizontal underground stem which bears buds in the axils of scale leaves, from which new growth arises.
underground stems that are capable of reproducing new plants.
RI-zomes Fleshy, underground stems that run horizontally. 497
Underground runners of some types of plants that extend laterally to create new plants.
A creeping underground stem; these growths tend to be very hardy.
Horizontal underground stems, from which root ...
are underground stems that produce roots and send up shoots.
Underground growing stems from which daughter plants can evolve. Rhizomatous species include lotus, twitch & phalaris
underground stems growing just below surface, usually associated with fast spreading plants
A form of reproduction where a plant grows an underground offshoot from its roots or stem that surfaces and grows into a new plant at a different location.
underground, creeping stems; capable of forming new plants.
Root-like stems with nodes which grow under or along the ground. Certain perfume raw materials come from rhizome, e.g., Orris absolute and ginger oil.