In article <015845IVKTIHKWVXYVMN at fornext.com> percival at fornext.com writes:
>>I just finished taking a bush out of my front yard and I noticed roots I
>have never seen before. Each root had a bulb on the end. The bulb was
>kind of like a potato, but clear and much smaller. I think that the
>function of these structures is to store water.
>>Can someone please explain what these bulbs are?
Symbiotic/parasitic microbe or nematode?
Try bionet.parasitology and describe the plant.
Mark Siddall The greatest obstacle to discovery is not ignorance,
Department of Zoology - it is the _illusion_ of knowledge.
University of Toronto D. J. Boorstein
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