I. On plotting the length of an organ against time, a linear curve is obtained II. III. Following mitotic division, one daughter cell continues to divide while the other differentiate and mature Above are the properties of |
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a) |
Arithmetic growth rate |
b) |
Geometric growth rate |

c) |
Both (a) and (b) |
d) |
Elongation growth rate |

I. On plotting the length of an organ against time, a linear curve is obtained II. III. Following mitotic division, one daughter cell continues to divide while the other differentiate and mature Above are the properties of |
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a) |
Arithmetic growth rate |
b) |
Geometric growth rate |

c) |
Both (a) and (b) |
d) |
Elongation growth rate |

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Constant linear growth, a plot of length L against time = Length of time ‘ ’ = Length of time to = Growth rate or elongation per unit time |