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Cells produced by the vascular cambium increase the diameter of a plant’s stem. What is this type of growth called? a. Primary growth c. Tertiary growth b. Secondary growth d. None of the above
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User: Cells produced by the vascular cambium increase the diameter of a plant’s stem. What is this type of growth called? a. Primary growth c. Tertiary growth b. Secondary growth d. None of the above

Weegy: Cells produced by the vascular cambium increase the diameter of a plant s stem. What is this type of growth called b. secondary growth. [ [smile] ]
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User: Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of a parenchyma cell? a. the most abundant type of plant cell c. thin, flexible cell walls b. thick, rigid cell walls d. large central vacuoles

Weegy: thick, rigid cell walls is NOT a characteristic of a parenchyma cell. [smile]
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User: Which of the following statements is FALSE regarding guard cells? a. They are scattered throughout the epidermis of the leaf. b. They contain the chloroplasts which carry out photosynthesis. c. In response to light, a stomata forms between a pair of guard cells. d. They are colorless.

Weegy: Which of the following statements is FALSE regarding guard cells? c. In response to light, a stomata forms between a pair of guard cells.
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User: growth tissue between xylem and phloem that produces additional xylem and phloem cells

Weegy: Old phloem cells become: bark.



User: Plant cells have unique characteristics which distinguish them from other cells. The cell shown would most likely be involved in food production. Photo by Clematis Which cell type is seen above? a. Parenchyma c. Sclerenchyma b. Collenchyma d. Trichomes

Weegy: Parenchyma involved in food production.



User: growth tissue that remains just behind the root tip

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Apical Meristem is the growth tissue that remains just behind the root tip.
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