What is dedifferentiation? State one example.
Asked by Topperlearning User | 11th Jul, 2014, 01:19: PM
As the cells grow and mature, they lose their capacity to differentiate. However, under certain conditions, such cells regain the capacity of division which is called dedifferentiation.
Differentiated parenchymatous cells dedifferentiate to form interfascicular cambium and cork cambium.
Answered by | 11th Jul, 2014, 03:19: PM
- Name the component which a plant cell loses in order to form a tracheary element.
- State the term which explains the ability of plants to respond to the environment or phases of life by following different pathways.
- State the intrinsic factors important in the development of plants.
- State any two extrinsic factors important in the development of a plant.
- State the term used for the phenomenon in which the shape of leaves of the same plant changes during its development.
- Define development.
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- Draw a chart indicating the sequence of development in plants.
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