[ UK /ɹˈa‍ɪzə‍ʊm/ ]
[ US /ˈɹaɪˌzoʊm/ ]
  1. a horizontal plant stem with shoots above and roots below serving as a reproductive structure
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How To Use rhizome In A Sentence

  • Cattails also “travel” by sending out a horizontal stem called a rhizome not far from the parent plant. The Field Guide to Wildlife Habitats of the Eastern United States
  • Clonal progeny may be produced by stolons, runners, rhizomes, tubers, buds on bulbs, corms and roots, layering of stems, and agamospermous seed.
  • They are grown from really strange, segmented rhizomes that look like succulent birch cones. The Sun
  • Pickerelweed can be cut and the rhizomes can be dug up but physical control is difficult because it can re-establish from seeds and remaining rhizomes.
  • The upright stems branched from creeping branching horizontal rhizomes that bore delicate hair-like roots.
  • What are commonly thought of as spices today are a collection of seeds, berries, flowers, fruits, kernels, roots, rhizomes, leaves, arils, barks and saps that are used in cooking and food preparation.
  • Ingredient: Atractylodes Rhizome , Patchouli, wormwood leaves, Camphor leaves, soy candle etc.
  • Within ten to thirty days between twenty to fifty new plants begin to develop from the dormant buds on the rhizome.
  • From an underground, thick, oblique rhizome, the short, green, succulent stipites arise, in a tufted form, and are crinite with brown, subulate, shining scales.
  • These evergreen giant herbs spring from rhizomes, flower, fruit and die and then regrow from a sucker.
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