Clinging roots are found in (1) Orchids (2) Trapa (3) Podostemon (4) Screwpine

Answer: (1)

The root is an underground part of the plant that absorbs water and minerals from the soil and anchors the plant firmly. Clinging roots are observed in epiphytes or space parasites, they are entities dwelling on the surface of other plants such as branches, tree trunks etc for space and shelter only.

Clinging Roots entered the crevices of some support and fix the plant.

Examples: Epiphytes orchids.

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