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Image Number D1260-1

Prop roots, a juvenile characteristic, are normally found in the first few nodes of the plant, serving the purpose of propping the plant upright in the soil. But corngrass, a corn mutant, makes prop roots at every node.

 

Photo by Peggy Greb.


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Last Modified: 10/28/2008
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