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Plants with a primary root and little lateral roots that extend out from it have a system. Taproot, Fibrous root
Plants with a primary root and little lateral roots that extend out from it have a TAPROOT system.
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Plants with a primary root and little lateral roots that extend out from it have a TAPROOT system.
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