If a plant has fibrous roots, what type of venation are its leaves likely to have?
Plants with fibrous roots have parallel venation in their leaves. For example, grass, wheat, maize, etc. have fibrous roots with parallel venation.
Fibrous roots with parallel venation
Fibrous roots have thin and moderately growing branches arising from the stem. Parallel venation, on the other hand, has leaves in which the veins are arranged parallel to each other.