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What does STEM stand for?


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The stem helps the plant stand up.

Due to turgor pressure plant with weak stem stand upright.

The stem allows fungus to stand upward.

A ring stand is usually used to hold somthing such as a beaker above a burner. the actual stand is just a base a stem then you attach the iron ring.

The red stands for the blood and the solderers and the stem stands for the grass it is grown in

Their stem and body can stand such weather, most people think that they are a part of the evergreen family...

Sta- is from the Latin verb STO, STARE meaning "to stand". From it we get the English word "stationary".

trim the end of the rose stem then stand it in a vase of water containing black ink. It will take time but the colour will slowly travel up the stem to the petals. It will be quicker if you shorten the stem but that depends if you want it long or not.

The reason plants wither is to protect it from water loss. When the plant is given an ample amount of water, the stem is able to stand back up.

negative stem is the opposite of positive stem

a cherry stem is obviously a stem that has a cherry in it haha a cherry stem is obviously a stem that has a cherry in it haha

The let side of a stem a stem and leaf plot

The stem is the stem ok ?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!

it won't be able to stand up still

woody stem and herbaceous stem

The stem of the coconut is a Procumbent stem :P

There are five basic stem cells classifications there is embryonic stem cells, fetal stem cells. There are the Umbilical cord stem cells, placenta stem cells, and lastly there are adult stem cells.

There are 2 type of stem cells * embryonic stem cells * and adult stem cells fetal stem cells are grouped into the adult stem cell category

Three types of stem cells in adults are hematopoietic stem cells, mesenchymal stem cells, and neural stem cells.

Okay, so you are going to learn a lot from this. So, what is a procumbent stem? It has a not-so famous name, "procumbent" and it means snaking along the ground. They are lazy stems with fruits and vegetables that are too big for the plants to stand. Examples: Pumpkin & Watermelon

The stem of a plant is full of undifferentiated cells. Thus the name stem cells.

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