Origin of rhizome
OTHER WORDS FROM rhizomerhi·zom·a·tous [rahy-zom-uh-tuhs, -zoh-muh-], /raɪˈzɒm ə təs, -ˈzoʊ mə-/, adjective
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How to use rhizome in a sentence
Walking on the moss helps it adhere to the soil, since they have small rhizomes instead of roots.
Organizations such as Rhizome have been archiving such work even longer and have over 2,000 pieces online.
Sometimes dumb-bells, compact sheaves of fine needles, and irregular rhizome forms are seen (Fig. 40).A Manual of Clinical Diagnosis|James Campbell Todd
The root of golden seal is used in medicine under the name hydrastis rhizome, as a stomachic and nervine stimulant.
This plant has a very thick rhizome from which arise the erect stems.
From a slender, creeping rhizome, which is black in colour, the fronds arise.
This plant has a thin creeping rhizome from which the fronds arise.