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(i) Why does the growth of a plant occur in specific?

(ii) Where are the following meristematic tissues found?

     (a) Intercalary meristem

     (b) Lateral Meristem

Asked by Topperlearning User 29th April 2016, 9:40 AM
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(i) The growth of a plant occurs in specific due to the presence of dividing tissue known as meristematic tissue found at the growing points of the plant.

(ii) (a) Intercalary meristem: Found at the base of the leaves or internodes on twigs.

     (b) Lateral meristem: In the vascular bundles of the roots and stems.

Answered by Expert 29th April 2016, 11:40 AM
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