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 10 What happens to the roots of plants placed on their sides?

Answer if left out in the sun they will dryout and die, otherwise they will grow towards the ground again a they can sense gravity and some may sprout new stems depending on plant species and conditions.
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What are the two kinds of roots plants have?

There are two types of roots which is tap root system and fibrous root system. But, we also have the adventitious root for added information. -bLuiekRiss(ukrissy26@yahoo.com)
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Do roots from plants always grow down?

In most cases yes.Although a few species of Orchids grow roots any which way and don't grow in soil.roots can sense gravity, take them into space and they grow every which way
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