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Why is a carrot an example of a taproot system?





A. It has one large root and many smaller sized and many smaller-sized branched roots
B. It has many equally sized branched roots
C. It has no roots
D. The carrot itself does not grow in the ground

This question is part of THHS Bio- Photosynthesis
Asked by Soberlander, Last updated: Jan 20, 2020

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M. Krasinski

M. Krasinski, Content Writer, Columbus

Answered Dec 26, 2018

A carrot is an example of a taproot system because a taproot has a single straight, vertical root that grows very deeply and smaller, horizontal roots grow off of this root. Therefore, the answer...Read More
 

Mike John

Self Motivator, Energetic & Smart Team Lead

Mike John, Content Explorer, MCA, Los Angeles, California, USA

Answered Oct 15, 2018

A carrot is an example of a taproot system because (A) it has one large root and many smaller-sized branched roots. The one large main or primary root grows straight down and deep. Some taproots,...Read More
 

John Smith

John Smith

Answered May 10, 2017

It has one large root and many smaller sized and many smaller-sized branched roots
 

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