Roots and Tubers Root

Roots and tubers are interchangeable words. However, scientifically speaking, tubers are fat underground stems while roots are the single bulbs that extend into the ground which supplies the plant with nutrients. The tubers would be more starchy.
Roots and Tubers Root—carrots, radish, and onions. Tubers—potatoes, Jerusalem artichoke, and colocasia

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