rhizogenic

adjective rhi·zo·gen·ic \¦rīzə¦jenik\
variants: or

rhizogenetic

\-jə̇¦netik\ or

rhizogenous

\(ˈ)rī¦zäjənəs\

Definition of rhizogenic

  1. :  producing roots —used of the tissue of the pericycle in the roots of seed plants that gives rise to rootlets endogenously

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Origin and Etymology of rhizogenic

rhiz- + -genic or -genetic or -genous


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