Developing embryo () shows |
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a) |
Geometric growth |
b) |
Arithmetic growth |

c) |
Geometric and arithmetic growth |
d) |
None of the above |

Developing embryo () shows |
|||

a) |
Geometric growth |
b) |
Arithmetic growth |

c) |
Geometric and arithmetic growth |
d) |
None of the above |

1 Answer

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Developing embryo shows both type of growth; geometrical and arithmetic.
Constant linear growth, a plot of length L against time = Length of time ' ' = Length of time to = Growth rate or elongation per unit time
1. During lag phase, organism adapt themselves to growth conditions. It is the period where the individual organism are maturing and not yet able to divide. During the lag phases of the bacterial growth cycle, synthesis of RNA, enzyme and other molecules occurs 2. The log phase (sometimes called the logarithmic phase or the exponential phase) is a period characterised by cell doubling. The number of new organism appering per unit time is proportional to the present population. 3. The stationary phase is often due to a growth-limiting factor such as the depletion of an essential nutrient, and/or the formation of an inhibitory product such as an organic acid. Stationary phase results from a situation in which growth rate and death rate are equal 4. Death phase, organism run out of nutrients and die |

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