Subject: How do daffodils and other bulbs reproduce?
Date: Sun Dec 7 12:33:42 2003
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Area of science: Botany
We are studying plants in science. A child asked me how the bulbs of a daffodil
split into many bulbs and thus claimed that the roots of a plant could aid in
reproduction. I was unable to correct him or answer him as I do not really
understand. Are the roots the same as the bulb? Do they split and
thus "reproduce"? Thank you.
Re: How do daffodils and other bulbs reproduce?
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