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Banana trees and bamboo have these horizontal stems that can divide and grow in several directions at once. A) bulbs B) corms C) stolons D) tubers
hi! the plants you mentioned are bulbous plants. therefore the answer is letter a.
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User: Banana trees and bamboo have these horizontal stems that can divide and grow in several directions at once. A) bulbs B) corms C) stolons D) tubers

Weegy: hi! the plants you mentioned are bulbous plants. therefore the answer is letter a.
Expert answered|tank09|Points 73|

User: Banana trees and bamboo have these horizontal stems that can divide and grow in several directions at once. C) stolons D) tubers

Weegy: The answer is C stolons
Expert answered|tank09|Points 73|

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