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What is the source of ethylene gas in a plant? leaf buds root hairs fruit tissues lateral meristems If the apical meristem of a mature plant is removed, the plant will most likely lose its ability to develop new roots. show a dramatic and rapid increase in height. develop apical dominance and begin to flower. lose apical dominance and grow lateral branches.

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Ethylene gas is produced during fruit ripening so its most likely fruit
what about number 2
When the apical meristem (which is dominant to the lateral buds) is removed, the lateral buds take advantage and begin to grow rapidly and laterally form branches, but not in height, till the apical meristem is revived.
1. Fruit tissues, and 2. If the apical meristem of a mature plant is removed, it will slowly develop lateral branches.

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