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Lecture%20outline_3_26 - tissue layers that are in bold...

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Plant growth and Development Chapter 35, cont. Terms Primary meristem- Secondary meristem- Endodermis- Pericycle- Procambium- Protoderm- Ground Meristem- Ontogeny- Homeotic gene- Phase change- Concepts 1. Roots are divided into three basic zones based on the level of cellular differentiation. What are these zones? Diagram a root and label the zones of differentiation
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2. Provided below is a typical shoot apical meristem; use this diagram to identify the
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Unformatted text preview: tissue layers that are in bold text above. Two addition regions we will discuss are the tunica and corpus 3. Growth in plants is indeterminate. What does this mean? How does this type of growth differ from growth in animals? 4. The position of a cell often plays an important role its differentiation and ultimate function. Summarize an example of how position of a cell might affect its genetic and functional differentiation....
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