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taproot

the large single root of plants such as the dandelion, which grows vertically downwards and bears smaller lateral roots

taproot

[′tap‚rüt]
(botany)
A root system in which the primary root forms a dominant central axis that penetrates vertically and rather deeply into the soil; it is generally larger in diameter than its branches.
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On 18 November 2010, we split the rosettes into three groups of 57 according to taproot diameter: small (0.
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The vertical taproot in established plants can penetrate more than 10 feet deep.
Figure 4-2 shows the three basic types of root systems: taproots, which have a main central root, and a storage taproot, which acts as a food reservoir to retain surplus food during the winter or adverse periods, fibrous roots, which have many roots of equal size.
Searching Jewish, Christian, and Greco-Roman antiquity for sources that clarify the meaning of the Pauline phrase, he argues that it should be understood as metaphor, and that its taproot is found in Israel's worship of the golden calf.
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Perhaps it's as simple as having been grown on its own taproot instead of being grafted onto a hardy rootstock.
By destroying Israel with the Shoah, they ultimately wanted to tear up the taproot of the Christian faith and to replace it with a faith of their own invention.
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