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When a root is placed on its side, what happens to the amyloplasts in the root cap cells? a) they move away from the direction of gravity b) the settle in the direction of gravity c) they move into the root apical meristerm d) they are digeseted by amylase e) they move into a root hair. CAn you explain you answer? thank you

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