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The growing tip of a leaf or shoot?

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The tip of a leaf is the APEX.

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The apex of the leaf is the tip or end farthest from the base or point of aattachment; the growing tip of a branch.


which is prepared by Small piece of plants leaf shoot and root tip.


a leaf tip means above the side of a leaf


oxen hormone is produced at the shoot tip , so when you cut off the shoot tip the plant or tree grows wider .


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The meristematic region in the stem tip is referred to as the shoot apical meristem. Leaf primordia develop from the lateral flanks of the shoot apical meristem. They curve up during growth and the older larger primordia serve a protective function.


Yes it will still shoot. Legally it must have an orange tip.


A small shoot that will grow into a leaf or flower is called a bud.


on root tip (apex) and shoot tip.


In botany, the term "bud" refers to an embryonic shoot containing the growing stem tip surrounded by young leaves or flowers or both and frequently enclosed by bud scales. Bryophyllum and Begonia do have buds. In plants such as Bryophyllum, the leaf supports development of a tiny shoot buds. They are known as epiphyllous buds. These buds may begin to form roots at their base. As these shoots break off from the original leaf, they fall onto the ground and take root. Begonia could be propagated from leaf cuttings. Leave cuttings usually include a portion of the petiole (leaf stem). Begonia leaves can produce new plants not only from the petiole, but also from cuts made in the leaf veins. http://twitter.com/nurainiffah It's been a pleasure answering. In botany, the term "bud" refers to an embryonic shoot containing the growing stem tip surrounded by young leaves or flowers or both and frequently enclosed by bud scales. Bryophyllum and Begonia do have buds. In plants such as Bryophyllum, the leaf supports development of a tiny shoot buds. They are known as epiphyllous buds. These buds may begin to form roots at their base. As these shoots break off from the original leaf, they fall onto the ground and take root. Begonia could be propagated from leaf cuttings. Leave cuttings usually include a portion of the petiole (leaf stem). Begonia leaves can produce new plants not only from the petiole, but also from cuts made in the leaf veins. http://twitter.com/nurainiffah It's been a pleasure answering.



A watershoot is a soft strong growing briar growing from the rootstock. It should be removed by tearing the shoot and its base from the rootstock.


It is called the tip or the apex.



An elongated leaf tip from which excess water drips off, as found in plants of the rainforest.


well the difference is that Jimmy was raped by a cat which is quite bad.


You don't get him out, you get the others out and then he runs away. TO GET THE OTHERS: Shoot the tie on the coin bag Shoot the shotgun Shoot the candle tip (:


Generally the point furthest away from the stem.


The surface area between the tip and the bottom of a leaf is called the lamina. The lamina is attached to the plant stem by the petiole. The lamina is supported by veins, which carry nutrients to the leaf tissue.


To protect the shoot tip and embryonic leaves


in the leaves of the plant/flower by the ratlus at the tip of the leaf.


Yes it is, as well as root, bloom and shoot are.


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At the end of the leading shoot.


Mitosis would only be happening in the root tip because that is where the roots are growing.



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