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In monocot roots, which type of vascular bundles are found?

a)

Collateral, conjoint and closed

b)

Radial with exarch xylem

c)

Bicollateral, conjoint and closed

d)

Radial with endarch xylem


Question ID - 2492 | Toppr Answer

In monocot roots, which type of vascular bundles are found?

a)

Collateral, conjoint and closed

b)

Radial with exarch xylem

c)

Bicollateral, conjoint and closed

d)

Radial with endarch xylem

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Answer Key : (b) -

(b)

When xylem and phloem groups are located on different radii, the bundles are said to be radial, e.g., root.  The protoxylem element lie at the periphery and metaxylem in the centre, this condition is called exarch, e.g., root



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