How do roots help plants?

How do roots help plants? 

Roots retain water and the disintegrated nutrient salts from the soil. They likewise store the supplements as a reserve that the plant can get by on, when the soil becomes scarce. The roots additionally stay the plant solidly in the soil to protect against uprooting because of wind and terrible climate. Roots change shape and adapt depending upon their condition. Shallow-rooted plants, such as spruces, can hold their ground even at places where the soil cover is thin. Plants, for example, pine trees, whose tap root develops somewhere down in the ground, are found at places where water is accessible at incredible depths inside the earth.

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