anonymous
  • anonymous
If the apical meristem of a mature plant is removed, the plant will most likely A. lose its ability to develop new roots. B. show a dramatic and rapid increase in height. C. develop apical dominance and begin to flower. D. lose apical dominance and grow lateral branches.
Biology
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  • chestercat
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wach
  • wach
The answer is D, lose apical dominance and grow lateral branches. In an unmatured plant, it is possible that this would affect development/growth in the roots, which would still be trying to establish the plant.
anonymous
  • anonymous
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