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Bamboo is a fast-growing, giant grass with woody stems. Bamboos are dispersed in subtropical and tropical to mild temperate regions, and the majority of this species is located in Southeast and East Asia as well as on va... More »

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Bamboo house plants are the species capable of growing indoors without becoming unwieldy. For bamboo plants to thrive in warm and dry indoor climates, the right growing conditions must exist. More »

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When trimming a bamboo plant, first cut the leaf stalks, but not the hard stem of the plant. Bamboo is a very hardy plant that grows bigger and fuller with trimming. More »

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Many plants have edible stems, such as broccoli, sweet potato, cauliflower, celery, kohlrabi, rhubarb, asparagus, bamboo, kapul, sassafras, sugar cane, leek and onion. In some cases, like broccoli, other parts of the pla... More »

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The two types of plant stems are herbaceous stems and woody stems. Woody stems are found in trees and shrubs that live for many years. Herbaceous stems characterize plants that live for only one season or plants that die... More »

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Some different types of plant stems include herbaceous, ligneous, climbing, tubers, woody and aerial. Some specialized stems include buds, thorns and prickles. More »

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The stomata in plant cells can be found in the epidermis of leaves, stems and other parts of the plant involved in gas exchange. The pores inside the spongy layer of the plant leaf help aid in the exchange of gases betwe... More »

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