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Meristem growth is formed by the tissue with undifferentiated cells that allow for plant growth. The meristem helps to determine the plant growth after the germination period. Primary growth of a plant is the initial growth of the plant from the shoot or roots. The secondary growth is the thickness of the plant, for instance the width of the plant stem. The role of apical
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Unformatted text preview: shoot is rise of organs such as plant leaves, and the apical root is the growth of the tips of the roots during the primary growth. In secondary growth, the lateral meristems facilitate the thickness of the plant’s stem. The cork cambium is merely another word for meristem in woody plants. In the secondary growth it increases the thickness of the woody plants....
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