Find the Odd One Out. Give Reason. - Biology

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Find the odd one out. Give reason.

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  • stem

  • leaves

  • root

  • flowers

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Solution

root

Reason: stem, leaves, and flowers are a part of a shoot system whereas root forms the root system of a plant.

Concept: Flower
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Chapter 1: The Leaf - Exercises

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