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NCERT VI Social Sciences

Why are radishes, carrots, beetroots, and sweet potatoes thick, fleshy and bulging? Which part of the plant do they form?



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Radishes, carrots, beetroots, and sweet potatoes are thick, fleshy and bulging because they are used  for storage purpose. Food is stored in them as starch. These are modified roots.
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