Forcible conquest and adverse occupation is nearly always the primary root of title.
These are all simple, that is, there is but one primary root.
These are exactly like the primary root from which they spring; there is no difference in structure or in machinery of growth.
The single root of the commoner biennials is the primary root, or tap-root, which begins to thicken in the seedling.
|primary root |
The first root of a plant, originating in the embryo. In gymnosperms, eudicotyledons, and magnoliids, the primary root develops into the taproot. In monocotyledons, the primary root disintegrates as the lateral roots develop into a system of fibrous roots.