Dicot roots in which diarch, triarch, tetrarch to polyarch conditions are present in the roots of the same plant, are called

Options :
  1. multiarchic root
  2. heteroarchic root
  3. archic roots
  4. homoarchic roots
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Answer: Option 4


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