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in my biology classes, they always explain photosynthesis, but not why the plants need roots. can anyone help me?
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Plants need roots:
a.) to soak up the nutrients given from the soil
b.) for a mount into the earth
c.) to soak up water from the soil they're in...
umm... and yes, thats pretty much all I can think of at the moment.
Hope this helps a LITTLE...
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IMO it is the same to the question: why we learn physiology of body and not why we have arms and legs
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it is evolution of all organism with interaction with enviroment .beacause it lacks of movement OK
> it function :
! agaisnt gavity
! hormone produce
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and food storage for certain type of plants..
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