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Answer in Detail. Which Tissue is Responsible for the Increase in the Height of a Plant? Where is It Located? - Biology

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Which tissue is responsible for the increase in the height of a plant? Where is it locate?

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1. Apical meristematic tissue is responsible for the increase in the height of a plant. This tissue is present at the root tip and shoots tip. The cells of this tissue are usually small, thin-walled, and full of cytoplasm. They have a large nucleus. These cells divide rapidly and continuously, the plant thereby gains height.

2. Meristematic tissue is present in the growing parts of a plant, such as a root tip and shoot tip.

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Answer in Detail. Which Tissue is Responsible for the Increase in the Height of a Plant? Where is It Located? Concept: Classification of Plant Tissues: Meristematic and Permanent.
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