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Gladiolus and freesia plants have these special stems that are short and fleshy with a bud for growth of new stems and leaves, and an area on the bottom for root growth. 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: Gladiolus and freesia plants have these special stems that are short and fleshy with a bud for growth of new stems and leaves, and an area on the bottom for root growth. 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|nyx13|Points 0|

User: These are fleshy, enlarged stems like the potato.A) bulbs B) corms C) stolons D) tubers

Weegy: hi! the plants you mentioned are bulbous plants. therefore the answer is letter a.
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