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I. Pith is large and well-developed in monocots

II. Monocot root don’t undergo any secondary growth

In accordance to the above statements, identify the correct one

a)

I is incorrect, but II is correct

b)

II is incorrect, but I is correct

c)

I and II are incorrect

d)

I and II are correct


Question ID - 2544 | Toppr Answer

I. Pith is large and well-developed in monocots

II. Monocot root don’t undergo any secondary growth

In accordance to the above statements, identify the correct one

a)

I is incorrect, but II is correct

b)

II is incorrect, but I is correct

c)

I and II are incorrect

d)

I and II are correct

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Answer Key : (d) -

(d)

Pith is well developed in the monocots and is small, inconspicuous in dicots

In monocot, is there is no secondary growth due to the absence of vascular cambium between the xylem and phloem. But secondary growth is the characteristic of dicotyledonous plants



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