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A meristem is the tissue in most plants containing undifferentiated cells (meristematic cells), found in zones of the plant where growth can take place. Meristematic cells give rise to various organs of a plant and are responsible for growth.

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Plant meristematic tissues are cells that divide in order to give rise to various organs of the plant and keep the plant growing. Learning Objectives Discuss the attributes of meristem tissue and its role in plant development and growth

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Video Lecture on Types of Meristematic Tissue in Plants from Plant Growth and Development chapter of Class 11 Biology for HSC, CBSE & NEET. Watch Previous Videos of Chapter Plant Growth and ...

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Building a Better Starter Plant LARGE SCALE FULFILMENT Meristematic can fulfill orders of any size and specification. Smaller orders of 1000 per/month are ... Starter plants from tissue culture show an increase in vigorous growth due to the reduction in pests and pathogens. ... Plant Tissue Culture: Current Status and Opportunities Altaf ...

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McManus, M.T. and Veit, B.E. eds. Meristematic tissues in plant growth and development. Reviewed by ... remind us that there is an extraordinary wealth of morphological variation in plants that has its basis in meristematic behaviour. ... Meristematic tissues in plant growth and development. McManus MT, Veit BE, eds. 2002. ...

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I. Classification based on origin and development: On the basis of origin and development of initiating cells, meristems can be divided into three types: (i) Promeristem or priordial meristem: A group of young meristematic cells of a growing organ. It is the early embryonic meristem from which other advanced meristems are derived.

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It helps in growth and development of plant’s shoot girth. Meristematic tissue are virus free area due to repetitive division. When meristematic tissues losts their ability to divide then they are converted in to permanent tisse. Then those permanent tissues helps in plant growth and making specialised tissues.

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Plant Growth and development. 59 terms. BSC-116-001 Chapter 35. 59 terms. BSC-116-001 Chapter 35. ... Start studying Meristematic TIssues. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. ... Meristematic tissue situated between xylem and phloem. Produces new lateral growth (grows in width) and new tissues are ...

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Growth in plants happens in two stages first new cells are produced, secondly these cells expand via uptake of water by the vacuole. The division of cells doesn't occur throughout the plant - but only in meristematic regions. Expansion, however, can occur anywhere.

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Development is the progression from earlier to later stages in maturation, e.g. a fertilized egg develops into a mature tree. It is the process whereby tissues, organs, and whole plants are produced. It involves: growth, morphogenesis (the acquisition of form and structure), and differentiation. The interactions of the environment and the ...