mphetang
  • mphetang
what is the difference between endarch and exarch?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Pay attention to the prefixes, End - prefix for Endo which means inner/inside While Exo - prefix for Outside/outer
anonymous
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mphetang
  • mphetang
thank you hey!!!!yes it does

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mphetang
  • mphetang
this is in relation to the position of the central axis right, so does this imply that endarch can only be found in stems and not in roots?
anonymous
  • anonymous
I don't think so but i have very little knowlegde about botany so i took the liberty of finding two what i consider suitable definitions. These are those two words per definition endarch (adj.) Of or relating to a xylem whose early development is toward the center. exarch (adj. Botany) Of or relating to a xylem whose early development is away from the center and toward the periphery. Source: http://www.thefreedictionary.com/exarch http://www.thefreedictionary.com/endarch
anonymous
  • anonymous
thanQ @exuras i always get confused in b/w endarch and exarch ur help works . :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
Glad i could be of help.

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