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An underground stem which has been modified for storage of nutrients, such as a potato.
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[L. tuber, bump, swelling] A much-enlarged, short, fleshy underground stem, such as that of the potato.
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A root storage organA type of storage organ, storing food for the plant, consisting of a modified root (thickened part of a rhizome), typically high in starch. E.g. Potato.
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A fleshy underground stem bearing scale leaves with eyes. google_ad_client="pub-9289936084224656";google_ad_slot="4852999306";google_ad_width=468;google_ad_height=60;
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Swollen root or underground stem with storage tissue (e.g. a potato)
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underground storage organ; can be either part of the stem or the root
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A thickened underground stem or root that stores plant nutrients for later use
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 A flat underground stem which stores food and plant energy and from which a plant grows. 
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A swollen portion of an under ground stem from which new plants may form.
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an enlarged portion of an underground stem; like any other stem, a tuber has nodes that produce buds
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The swollen part of a plant underground that stores energy. Potatoes are tubers.
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A thickened, fleshy root or underground stem providing food storage, e.g. dahlia and potato.
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A fleshy root or stem that stores nutrients for later use.
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A perennial underground storage structure comprised of a swollen root with one or more shoot buds. When dormancy ends, the shoot buds develop into new above-ground growth. Examples include some Arisae [..]
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thickened underground stem. Tubercle
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An underground storage organ, part of either the stem or the root of the plant. Stem tubers produce multiple buds on their surface from which shoots may grow the following season, while root tubers wi [..]
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Similar to a bulb. It contains a swollen stem or branch with buds that is often under the soil. A dahlia is an example of a tuber.
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An underground storage organ made up of stem tissue. Contains buds on the surface, from which shoots may arise. Potatoes are an example.
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Fleshy, swollen rhizome.
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A swollen underground stem , usually with buds, for example, potato.
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 A fleshy underground stem bearing scale leaves with eyes.
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a buried stem that stores nutrients. An enlarged rhizome.
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  A swollen stem or root used by certain plants for food storage in the dormant period. Potatoes are stem tubers, dahlias are tuberous roots.
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An enlarged, fleshy, underground stem with buds capable of producing new plants.
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A swollen underground root or stem used by the plant to store food. Potatoes are tubers. Dahlias and begonias are tuberous plants.
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[Bulbs, etc.] -- A storage organ formed by swelling of underground stems or stem tips, or the distal end of a root, e.g. a yam or potato.
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(n) a fleshy underground stem or root serving for reproductive and food storage(n) type genus of the Tuberaceae: fungi whose fruiting bodies are typically truffles
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A fleshy, enlarged part of an underground stem, serving as a storage organ. For example, a potato.
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An enlarged underground root or STEM of some Plants. It is usually rich in Carbohydrates. Some, such as POTATOES, are important Human Food. They may reproduce vegetatively from buds.
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A tuber is a plant organism which stores energy for the parent plant; tubers can also be used for vegetative reproduction by most plant species which form tubers. This separates tubers from roots; roo [..]
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An underground stem modified for food storage that is attached to the root system as found in yellow nutsedge.
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An underground storage organ (usually starchy) that can be either part of the stem or the root.
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A short, solid, underground stem or root whose primary purposes are food storage and reproduction.
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A sewing machine equipped to sew fabric into a tube. Done from rolls or pieces. Most often a chain stitch machine.
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An underground storage organ made up of stem tissue. Contains buds on the surface, from which shoots may arise. Potatoes are an example.
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A fleshy, thickened underground stem of a plant, usually containing stored starch, as for example a potato or arrowroot. (horticulture) A thickened "root-stock".
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A swollen, fleshy modified stem found underground.  Potatoes are the most well know example of a tuber.
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Tubers are enlarged structures in some plant species used as storage organs for nutrients. They are used for the plant's perennation (survival of the winter or dry months), to provide energy and nutri [..]
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Tuber is a genus in the Tuberaceae family of fungi. It includes several species of truffles that are highly valued as delicacies. According to a standard reference text, the widespread genus contains [..]
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Tuber is a genus in the Tuberaceae family of fungi. It includes several species of truffles that are highly valued as delicacies. According to a standard reference text, the widespread genus contains [..]
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A tuber is a type of modified plant structure that is enlarged to store nutrients. Tuber may also refer to: Tuber (fungus), a genus of fungi that includes truffles A form of tumor exhibited in tuberou [..]
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A lump or bump. For example, the backward protrusion of the heel is called the tuber calcanei or, alternatively, the tuberosity of the calcaneus. Small tubers are a characteristic finding in tuberculo [..]
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"thick underground stem," 1660s, from Latin tuber "edible root, truffle; lump, bump, swelling," from PIE *tubh-, from root *teue- (2) "to swell" (see thigh).
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thick part of an underground stem of a plant, such as a potato.
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An enlarged underground stem from which a plant grows that stores all the plant’s food and energy before it sprouts above the soil’s surface. See also tuberous root and stem tubers.
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Used for plants to survive ‘unnatural’ weather conditions. Modified to store extra nutrients
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Swollen underground storage organ.
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A short, fleshy, usually underground stem bearing minute scaly leaves, each of which bears a bud in its axil and is potentially able to produce a new plant (iris potato, caladium, tuberose begonia).
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A type of underground storage structure in a plant stem, analogous to a bulb. It generates roots below and stems above ground (example: dahlia). Top of page
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An underground stem which stores food and plant energy and from which a plant grows. E.g. Oxalis.
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