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In the unusual aquatic Podostemaceae, the root is the leading organ of the plant body and is variously compressed and submerged as it adheres to rock surfaces in rapid water. In an anatomical comparison of the root apical meristems and root caps of 33 species that represent the major lineages of the family, the dorsiventrality of root meristems varied and was classified into four patterns: (1) The root cap is produced outward from a nearly radially symmetrical meristem. (2) The meristem anddoi:10.3732/ajb.93.5.682 pmid:21642132 fatcat:noywzte6z5cs3ogikehzhr7az4