Can you tell where one organ begins and ends in plant? Explain briefly.
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Hope this help
Well it will help just not going to tell you directly so that you can understand correctly as well.
There is Pollination and Fertilization (first, and mitosis and meiosis in the cycle if you know those
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are you asking about plants cell development because organ sounds too broad
I believe it talks about where for example a leaf starts then ends?
No I read over it again...it doesn't talk about the organ directly but think about where organs are then think about where the object that the organs are attached to goes
I'm kinda confused now... since the question was in the topic of Plant Organs in morphoanatomy perspective. @.@
ok so plant morphology
first the development is the process of the plants growth and maturing so the growth happens like this: it starts out as a zygote which is formed from fertilisiation of an egg cell by a sperm cell. from that point it begins to divide to form a plant embryo and then that makes seed leaves . the embryo germinates and starts to produce its additional organs (leaves, stems roots) also in other plants there can be cell elongation bcause not all plants will grow the same length. ..