The upcoming discussion will update you about the differences between Corm and Bulb.
Difference # Corm:
1. It may be spherical, elongated or vertically compressed.
2. Corm is an underground stem.
3. Stem is swollen or enlarged.
4. The buds of a corm are borne externally.
5. A corm bears distinct circular nodes.
6. Corm is surrounded by cork.
7. A tunic is absent.
8. Food is stored in the stem.
9. New corms arise on the sides or above the old corm.
Difference # Bulb:
1. A bulb is roughly spherical or pyriform in outline.
2. Bulb is a condensed underground shoot.
3. Stem is reduced to a conical disc.
4. The buds are internal.
5. Clear cut nodes are absent.
6. Corky covering is absent.
7. A tunic is often present.
8. Food is stored in the leaf bases. Scales or buds.
9. New bulbs replace the old bulb which gets decayed.