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gradecop
gradecop asks:
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What is stored in the roots, stems and leaves of plants?

In Topics: Nature and outdoors
> 60 days ago

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greenprof2
Nov 4, 2010
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What the Expert Says:

Plants store food in the form of sugars or glucose in their cells. The primary site of storage in most plants is in their roots.

Michael Bentley, EdD, Expert Panelist

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pigtoria
pigtoria writes:
Hi Gradecop…

The root of the plant stores food.

The stem of the plant supports the leaves and reproductive organs.  The stem holds the plants’ leaves and organs up in the air so that they can receive sunlight and continue to grow.

The leave of the plant is where they make food for themselves through a process call photosynthesis.

Hope this helps!

Vicki
> 60 days ago

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