Tuber

A thickened fleshy root (dahlia) or an underground stem (potato) which serves as a food store and produces shoots

Tuber

Tubers are various types of modified plant structures that are enlarged to store nutrients. They are used by plants to survive the winter or dry months, to provide energy and nutrients for regrowth during the next growing season, and as a means of asexual reproduction. There are both stem and root tubers. == Stem tubers == A stem tuber forms from ...
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Tuber

• (n.) A tuberosity; a tubercle. • (n.) A genus of fungi. See Truffle. • (n.) A fleshy, rounded stem or root, usually containing starchy matter, as the potato or arrowroot; a thickened root-stock. See Illust. of Tuberous.
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tuber

(too´bәr) a swelling or protuberance; see also tubercle and tuberosity. the essential lesion of tuberous sclerosis, a pale, firm, nodular glial hamartomatous brain lesion that sometimes becomes calcified; it develops predominantly in the cerebral hemispheres, cerebellum, medulla, and spinal cord.&nbs...
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Tuber

noun type genus of the Tuberaceae: fungi whose fruiting bodies are typically truffles
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tuber

noun a fleshy underground stem or root serving for reproductive and food storage
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Tuber

[fungus] 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 86 species. ...
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Tuber

A flat underground stem that stores food and plant energy and from which a plant grows. (Example of a tuber is a potato).
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tuber

A flat underground stem which stores food and plant energy and from which a plant grows. (e.g. Dahlias)
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tuber

A flat underground stem which stores food and plant energy and from which a plant grows. (e.g. Dahlias)
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Tuber

A fleshy rhizome or portion of a rhizome that functions as a food storage organ, e.g., a potato.
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tuber

A fleshy root or swollen underground stem.
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Tuber

A short congested part; usually defined as subterranean (as of a rootstock), although this is not essential.
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Tuber

A short, fleshy, underground part of a stem or root.
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Tuber

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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Tuber

A short, thick, usually but not always, subterranean stem or branch bearing buds or
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Tuber

a short, thickened underground stem which bears numerous buds
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Tuber

a short, thickened underground stem which bears numerous buds
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tuber

A starchy storage organ (such as a potato) formed by swelling of an underground stem or the distal end of a root. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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tuber

a starchy, enlarged portion of a rhizome or root.
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Tuber

A storage organ used for propagation. It may be a fleshy root (e.g. Dahlia) or a swollen underground stem.
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Tuber

A swollen root or underground stem or rootstock, which forms a food store for the plant.
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Tuber

A swollen root that provides stored food for dormant plants. Tubers often possess buds or eyes from which new plants can grow.
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Tuber

A thickened underground stem or root (ie. A potato is a tuber)
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tuber

A thickened underground storage organ derived from a root.
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