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Meanings and phrases
- (botany) the usually underground organ that lacks buds or leaves or nodes; absorbs water and mineral salts; usually it anchors the plant to the ground
- the place where something begins, where it springs into being; beginning; origin; rootage; source
- (linguistics) the form of a word after all affixes are removed; root word; base; stem; theme; radical
- a number that, when multiplied by itself some number of times, equals a given number
- the set of values that give a true statement when substituted into an equation; solution
- someone from whom you are descended (but usually more remote than a grandparent); ancestor; ascendant; ascendent; antecedent
- a simple form inferred as the common basis from which related words in several languages can be derived by linguistic processes; etymon
- the part of a tooth that is embedded in the jaw and serves as support; tooth root
- take root and begin to grow
- come into existence, originate
- plant by the roots
- cause to take roots
- dig with the snout; rout; rootle
- become settled or established and stable in one's residence or life style; settle; take root; steady down; settle down
Culver 's root
- a tall perennial herb having spikes of small white or purple flowers; common in eastern North America; Culvers root; Culver's physic; Culvers physic; whorlywort; Veronicastrum virginicum
- a tall perennial herb having spikes of small white or purple flowers; common in eastern North America; Culver's root; Culver's physic; Culvers physic; whorlywort; Veronicastrum virginicum
- root growing in an unusual location e.g. from a stem
- colicroot having a scurfy or granuliferous perianth and white flowers; southeastern United States; ague grass; Aletris farinosa
- one of two the two roots of a spinal nerve that passes ventrally from the spinal cord and that consists of motor fibers; ventral root; ventral horn; anterior horn
- tall herb of eastern North America and Asia having blue berrylike fruit and a thick knotty rootstock formerly used medicinally; blue cohosh; papooseroot; papoose root; squawroot; squaw root; Caulophyllum thalictrioides; Caulophyllum thalictroides
- fungus causing brown root rot in plants of the pea and potato and cucumber families; Thielavia basicola
- grown for its thickened edible aromatic root; celeriac; knob celery; root celery; turnip-rooted celery; Apium graveolens rapaceum
- thickened edible aromatic root of a variety of celery plant; celeriac
- an abnormal condition resulting from compression of spinal nerve roots in the neck region; involves neck pains and muscular weakness and paresthesia; cervical disc syndrome
- (mathematics) any number such that a given square matrix minus that number times the identity matrix has a zero determinant; eigenvalue; eigenvalue of a matrix; eigenvalue of a square matrix
- the dried root of the chicory plant: used as a coffee substitute; chicory
- root of the chicory plant roasted and ground to substitute for or adulterate coffee; chicory
- erect perennial of north temperate zone having pinnate leaves and a few nodding flowers with a brown-purple calyx and orange and pink petals; water avens; Indian chocolate; purple avens; Geum rivale
- any of several perennials of the genus Aletris having grasslike leaves and bitter roots reputed to cure colic; colicroot; crow corn; star grass; unicorn root
- a wildflower of the genus Corallorhiza growing from a hard mass of rhizomes associated with a fungus that aids in absorbing nutrients from the forest floor
- orchid with yellowish-brown flowers with dark veins; southeastern Arizona to the eastern United States; Hexalectris spicata
- North American herb with pungent scaly or toothed roots; crinkleroot; crinkle-root; pepper root; toothwort; Cardamine diphylla; Dentaria diphylla
- a number that when multiplied three times equals a given number
- woody vine having bright green leaves and racemes of rose-tinted white flowers; the swollen roots contain rotenone; tuba root; Derris elliptica
- one of the two roots of a spinal nerve that passes dorsally to the spinal cord and that consists of sensory fibers; dorsal horn
- plant having clumps of nearly leafless pale yellowish to greenish stems bearing similarly colored flowers with white lower lips; northern New Mexico north through South Dakota and Washington to Alaska; pale coral root; Corallorhiza trifida
- a phase of crown gall (especially in apples) during which there is abnormal development of fine fibrous roots
- the root of the horseradish plant; it is grated or ground and used for seasoning; horseradish
- root of licorice used in flavoring e.g. candy and liqueurs and medicines
- the root of the mandrake plant; used medicinally or as a narcotic; mandrake
- plant having clumps of nearly leafless pale yellowish to greenish stems bearing similarly colored flowers with white lower lips; northern New Mexico north through South Dakota and Washington to Alaska; early coral root; Corallorhiza trifida
- tall herb of eastern North America and Asia having blue berrylike fruit and a thick knotty rootstock formerly used medicinally; blue cohosh; blueberry root; papooseroot; squawroot; squaw root; Caulophyllum thalictrioides; Caulophyllum thalictroides
- North American herb with pungent scaly or toothed roots; crinkleroot; crinkle-root; crinkle root; toothwort; Cardamine diphylla; Dentaria diphylla
- erect perennial of eastern and southern United States having showy orange flowers; butterfly weed; orange milkweed; chigger flower; chiggerflower; tuber root; Indian paintbrush; Asclepias tuberosa
- a root that grows from and supports the stem above the ground in plants such as mangroves
- herb of central and southern Europe having purple florets; Prenanthes purpurea
- a plant of the genus Nabalus
- carbonated drink containing extracts of roots and herbs
- The company produces both beer and root beer.
- For example, safrole was used to flavor root beer until it was shown to be carcinogenic.
- The restaurant also serves milkshakes, cookies (chocolate chip, macadamia nut, or sugar), sundaes, root beer floats, and concretes.
- the passage in the root of a tooth through which its nerve and blood vessels enter the pulp cavity
- Eugenol-zinc oxide paste is also used for root canal sealing.
- EndoSeal MTA, Tech BioSeal MTA are also MTA root canal sealesr.
- Isolate the tooth with a rubber dam 2. perform root canal treatment.
- thimble-shaped mass of cells covering and protecting the growing tip of a root
- grown for its thickened edible aromatic root; celeriac; celery root; knob celery; turnip-rooted celery; Apium graveolens rapaceum
- an excavation where root vegetables are stored; cellar
- a plant that climbs by its adventitious roots e.g. ivy
- crop grown for its enlarged roots: e.g. beets; potatoes; turnips
- take sides with; align oneself with; show strong sympathy for; pull
- thin hairlike outgrowth of an epidermal cell just behind the tip; absorbs nutrients from the soil
- spur on or encourage especially by cheers and shouts; cheer; inspire; urge; barrack; urge on; exhort; pep up
- pull up by or as if by the roots; uproot; extirpate; deracinate
- destroy completely, as if down to the roots; uproot; eradicate; extirpate; exterminate
- disease characterized by root decay; caused by various fungi
- Powdery mildew, soft brown scale, root rot, and viruses may affect plants.
- Like many other parts of Tasmania, this area is susceptible to Phytophthora (root rot).
- Hylastinus obscurus Hylastinus obscurus, known generally as the clover root borer or clover root rot, is a species of crenulate bark beetle in the family Curculionidae.
- a developed system of roots; rootage
- The above then says that formula_58 is a root system.
- The grass lacks rhizomes but has a well developed root system.
- Then, as in #Structure, formula_112 where formula_58 is the root system.
- any of various fleshy edible underground roots or tubers
- (linguistics) the form of a word after all affixes are removed; root; base; stem; theme; radical
- Igorot, from the root word "golot" which means mountain.
- Each root word has an inherent part of speech: nominal, adjectival, verbal, or adverbial.
- The root word often undergoes umlaut and suffixation as well as receiving the "ge-" prefix.
- dried root of any of various plants of the genus Smilax used as a flavoring agent
- eastern North American plant having a terminal cluster of small white flowers and medicinal roots; Seneca snakeroot; Seneka snakeroot; senga root; senega snakeroot; Polygala senega
- eastern North American plant having a terminal cluster of small white flowers and medicinal roots; Seneca snakeroot; Seneka snakeroot; senega root; senega snakeroot; Polygala senega
- common coral root having yellowish- or reddish- or purplish-brown leafless stems bearing loose racemes of similarly colored flowers with white purple-spotted lips; Guatemala to Canada; Corallorhiza maculata
- a number that when multiplied by itself equals a given number
- The positive square root of 2 is constructible.
- It is the first calculator in the world which includes the square root function.
- Every nonnegative real number has a square root in R, although no negative number does.
- tall herb of eastern North America and Asia having blue berrylike fruit and a thick knotty rootstock formerly used medicinally; blue cohosh; blueberry root; papooseroot; papoose root; squawroot; Caulophyllum thalictrioides; Caulophyllum thalictroides
- erect perennial strong-scented with serrate pointed leaves and a loose panicle of yellowish flowers; the eastern United States; horse balm; horseweed; stoneroot; stone-root; richweed; Collinsonia canadensis
- nearly leafless wildflower with erect reddish-purple stems bearing racemes of pale pinkish and brownish-striped flowers; western Canada to Mexico; Corallorhiza striata
- become settled or established and stable in one's residence or life style; settle; root; steady down; settle down
- Only in the 1850s did relative stability take root.
- Underwood's interest in hauntings and psychic matters began to take root at that time.
- Not long after, the AMGL chapter that the Bulacan martyrs formed began to take root in the province.
- tropical starchy tuberous root; taro; cocoyam; dasheen; edda
tinker 's root
- coarse weedy American perennial herb with large usually perfoliate leaves and purple or dull red flowers; feverroot; horse gentian; wild coffee; Triostium perfoliatum
- the part of a tooth that is embedded in the jaw and serves as support; root
- woody vine having bright green leaves and racemes of rose-tinted white flowers; the swollen roots contain rotenone; derris root; Derris elliptica
- erect perennial of eastern and southern United States having showy orange flowers; butterfly weed; orange milkweed; chigger flower; chiggerflower; pleurisy root; Indian paintbrush; Asclepias tuberosa
- perennial herb of northeastern United States having a thick knotted yellow rootstock and large rounded leaves; goldenseal; golden seal; yellow root; Hydrastis Canadensis
- any of several perennials of the genus Aletris having grasslike leaves and bitter roots reputed to cure colic; colicroot; colic root; crow corn; star grass
- one of two the two roots of a spinal nerve that passes ventrally from the spinal cord and that consists of motor fibers; ventral horn; anterior root; anterior horn
- perennial herb of northeastern United States having a thick knotted yellow rootstock and large rounded leaves; goldenseal; golden seal; turmeric root; Hydrastis Canadensis
- This will narrow down the root cause of the problem while continuous testing.
- PERC says that government policy is the root cause of much environmental degradation.
- The graphic is constructed by: This approach tends to converge on a single root cause.
- While there were common root causes, the triggers of the riots were different.
- Inexperience and lack of competence are the commonest root causes of diving fatalities.
- Rowntree wanted to tackle the root causes of social problems, rather than treating their symptoms.
- (This was the same root as the English word "atrocious".)
- A number of terms related to "fatwa" derive from the same root.
- The word "zakāt" (the obligatory alms) also comes from this same root.
- The "Irish" never took root among Manx names.
- It also took root in France, Germany, and Great Britain.
- George Awsumb’s early career took root in Chicago, Illinois.
- See the section below describing Cartan subalgebras and root systems for more details.
- Crops with limited root systems (corn, soybeans) do not increase organic matter in the soil.
- Second, grass and legume sods develop extensive root systems that continually grow and die off.
- Knocked lumps off wing, was hit in tail wheel and wing root.
- Fuel is stored in two wing root tanks.
- At the wing root the plywood skin extended to the trailing edge.
- Farms also grew small quantities of potatoes, other root crops, and legumes.
- The soil, while sandy and a bit acid, supports potatoes, root crops and apple trees.
- Bread, root crops, and vegetables also contribute to the cadmium in modern populations.