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 What is the function of the bud on the plant?

Answer A floral bud may produce a blossom. An axillary bud, located in the axil (angle between leaf petiole and the stem), may produce a branch, or new leaf. A terminal bud, located at the apex (the very ... Read More »
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What is primary function of plant leaves?

photosynthesis which is the process where the plant takes in sunlight and carbon dioxide to produce oxygen, starch and energy
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What is the main function of leaves to a plant?

Hi Jena Ruth,The main function of a plant leaves is for photosynthetic activities, that is the production of food for the plants needs.
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What Is the Function of the Root of the Sweet Potato Plant?

The sweet potato vine (Ipomoea batatas) grows profusely, often stretching 30 feet or more across the ground. Its roots dig into the soil for hydration, nutrition, and sometimes to feed humans and a... Read More »
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What are organelles in plant cells that function in photosynthesis or storage called?

Chloroplasts are the organelles in plant cells that are responsible for photosynthesis. Because plant organelles are specialized in a way animal cells are not, chloroplasts are a unique organelle s... Read More »
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