Modification of Taproot

Modification of Taproot:

Storage Roots:

In several plants the tap root or the primary root becomes fleshy and thick due to the storage of food materials. These are termed as tuberous roots or root tubers. They are categorized into three types based on their shape as:

a. Conical:

In this type the root tuber is conical in shape that is; it is broad at the base and tapers steadily towards the apex. Example: Carrot.

b. Fusiform:

The root is swollen in the middle and tapers in the direction of the base and apex. Example: Radish.

c. Napiform:

The root tuber has a top-like emergence. It is very broad at the base and rapidly tapers like a tail at the apex. Example: Beet root.

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Figure: Storage roots

 

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