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The protoxylem and metaxylem in the stem lies towards

a)

The pith and root centre, respectively

b)

The periphery and root centre, respectively

c)

The root centre and periphery of organ, respectively

d)

The pith and periphery of organ, respectively


Question ID - 2398 | Toppr Answer

The protoxylem and metaxylem in the stem lies towards

a)

The pith and root centre, respectively

b)

The periphery and root centre, respectively

c)

The root centre and periphery of organ, respectively

d)

The pith and periphery of organ, respectively

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Answer Key : (d) -

(d)

In stems, the protoxylem lies towards the centre (pith) and the metaxylem lies toward the periphery of organ. This type of primary xylem is called endarch



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