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In many vascular plants, secondary growth is the result of the activity of the vascular cambium. The latter is a meristem that divides to produce secondary xylem cells on the inside of the meristem and secondary phloem cells on the outside . This growth increases the...
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secondary growth n. Growth in vascular plants from production of secondary tissues by a lateral meristem, usually resulting in wider branches and
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Secondary forest The forest in Stanley Park , Vancouver , Canada is generally considered to have second and third growth characteristics
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Secondary growth. takes place within primary growth after primary tissues are formed ... oriented radially in secondary growth. Cork cambium ...
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Much of the secondary growth that occurs in plants is due to the division of the ... Note that some plants do not undergo secondary growth. ...
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Lab-Secondary Growth in Root s ... Even the roots of herbaceous plants can have Secondary Growth. ... of cross sections for roots that show Secondary Growth. ...
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Secondary Growth in Roots. Initiation of secondary growth occurs when ... Tomato roots do exhibit secondary growth, however they do not form a clear periderm. ...
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Secondary Growth in the Tomato Stem. A Closer Look ... Here, secondary growth is just beginning. ... To go back to the stem secondary growth main page click here. ...
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Textbook Reference - Figure 35.19, p. 696 ...
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C. This is called secondary growth and it results from the activity of two lateral meristems: ... III. Secondary growth in stems ...
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A. The function of the vascular cambium is to produce secondary growth, thus the vascular. cambium must be formed before secondary growth can occur ...
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A secondary forest (or second-growth forest) is a forest or woodland area which ... In the tropics growth of new forests from abandoned farmland greatly exceeds ...
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Secondary growth is due to the activity of two lateral ... have primary growth followed by secondary growth during one or ... no secondary growth. ...
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Secondary growth is a feature of all gymnosperms and many dicots. Monocots and the seedless vascular plants lack secondary growth from a true vascular cambium. ...
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secondary growth ... secondary growth - Type of growth characterized by an increase in the thickness ... News archive for secondary growth. ...
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