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Apical meristem


A meristem is the tissue in all plants consisting of undifferentiated cells and found in zones of the plant where growth can take place.
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Aspects of the topic apical-meristem are discussed in the following places at Britannica. root anatomy ( in root (plant) ) Roots grow in length only from their ends. The very tip of the root is covered by a protective, thimble-shaped root cap. Just behind the root cap lies the apical meristem, a tissue of actively dividing cells. Some of the cells produced...
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Signals that change the fate of the apical meristem include: maturity of the plant; ... Converting the apical meristem to a floral meristem ...
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Encyclopedia article about Apical meristem. Information about Apical meristem in the Columbia Encyclopedia, Computer Desktop Encyclopedia, computing dictionary.
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... back to an Apical Meristem. However, the Root Apical Meristem (RAM) is covered by ... The Root Apical Meristem produces the three Primary Meristems (procambium ...
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New cells are formed in the apical meristem (dividing tissue) at the tip of the shoot. ... be identified in the apical meristem. Tunica : the outer layer or ...
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At the centre of the apical meristem is a quiescent centre which consists of ... Behind the apical meristem of the root is an area known as the region of ...
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Tunica-Corpus model of the apical meristem (growing tip) ... Specifically, an active apical meristem lays down a growing root or shoot behind ...
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Converting the apical meristem to a floral meristem. Structure of the Flower. The ABC Model ... Signals that change the fate of the apical meristem include: ...
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Cabbage: An Enlarged Shoot Apical Meristem. Both stems and roots grow typically from their tips. ... The leaves of the cabbage arch over the apical meristem. ...
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The shoot apical meristem generates stem, leaves, and lateral shoot meristems ... The shoot apical meristem (SAM) is a non-differentiated portion of the shoot ...
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The apical meristem, or growing tip, is a completely undifferentiated ... Specifically, an active apical meristem lays down a growing root or shoot behind ...
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The cells of the shoot apical meristem proliferate throughout ... arate, lineage restricted apical initials in the maize meristem. ...
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The primary shoot apical meristem of A r a b i d o p s i s i s ... m e r i s t e m l e s s mutant seedlings lack a shoot apical meristem ...
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apical meristem synonyms, apical meristem antonyms. Information about apical meristem in the ... vascular plants, the apical meristem produces three kinds ...
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The apical meristem, or growing tip, is a completely undifferentiated ... Specifically, an active apical meristem lays down a growing root or shoot behind ...
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