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Atkinsoha

  • 3 years ago

Which zone of a root tip increases the surface area for water and dissolved mineral uptake?

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  1. lanre
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    maturation zone.

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    The zone of maturation is just above the zone of elongation in the root tip. It is here that the cells of the root form the various tissues that will make up the mature root. The xylem, phloem, cortex, pith,etc. developed here to uptake nutrients and water.

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