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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

a)

Arithmetic growth rate

b)

Geometric growth rate

c)

Both (a) and (b)

d)

Elongation growth rate


Question ID - 6632 | Toppr Answer

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

a)

Arithmetic growth rate

b)

Geometric growth rate

c)

Both (a) and (b)

d)

Elongation growth rate

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Answer Key : (a) -

(a)

Arithmetic Growth Rate The expression of arithmetic growth is exemplified by roots (or organ) elongating at constant rate. On plotting the length of an organ against time, a linear curve is obtained. Mathematically it is expressed as

Constant linear growth, a plot of length L against time

 = Length of time ‘

 = Length of time to

 = Growth rate or elongation per unit time



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