Onion, daffodil, tulip are which kind of stems?

[A] Bud

[B] Bulb
[C] Cladophyll
[D] None of the above

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  1. B [Bulb]
    Notes:
    Onion, daffodil, tulip are bulb stems. The best example of a true bulb is the onion. The rings which we see when we slice an onion in half are actually leaves modified to hold food for the bulb when it is dormant.

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