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Plants and Their Parts
By Ekaterina Zhdanova-Redman
  

1     You know, of course, that there are hundreds of thousands of different plants in the world. How many kinds of plants can you think of? There are trees, bushes, vegetables, flowers, grasses, ferns, mosses, and many more. Even though there is a huge variety of plants, all of them have several things in common.
 
2     Plants have roots. Roots are very important parts of plants in many ways. Roots absorb water and nutrients that plants need to grow. They also can store food.
 
3     radishes, carrots, and turnips are some plants that store their food in their roots. Roots help to hold plants in the ground. Have you seen the huge roots of some trees?

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