Stem vegetables are plants in which the above-the- ground stems, shoots or stalks are used for food. These vegetables include asparagus, broccoli and celery, cultivated for their stalks, as are the stems of kohlrabi. More »

Scientifically, vegetables are any part of a plant that does not contain seeds or develop from flowers. This includes the roots, stems, leaves and tubers. On the dinner table, however, vegetables are produce that tastes ... More »

After stem cell transplantation, a patient must avoid undercooked food especially raw vegetables, meat and fish, according to MedlinePlus. Similarly, patients need to drink safe water and store food safely. More »

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The difference between a vegetable and a fruit is that vegetables are the edible portions of a plant, such as the leaves, stem, roots, tubers, bulbs and flowers, while a fruit is the mature ovary of a plant. Many plants ... More »

In actuality, humans consume the flowers of several plants as vegetables, including broccoli. The head of broccoli is actually the plant's buds. Left intact with the roots, these buds open to reveal small yellow flowers.... More »

Potatoes are in the vegetable food group, belonging to the subcategory of starchy vegetables. The recommended daily intake of vegetables depends on a person's age, weight and level of physical activity. More »

Stem cell therapy for knee injuries is a medical treatment that involves the delivery of stem cells to restore cartilage to an injured knee, according to the National Institutes of Health. The treatment is applied to art... More »

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