Why is not any one parameter good enough to demonstrate growth throughout the life of a flowering plant?

Asked by Pragya Singh | 11 months ago |  85

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Solution :-

Growth, at a cellular level, is primarily associated with an increase in the amount of protoplasm. Many parameters are involved in measuring protoplasm growth, including the differences in length, area, volume, and cell number, the weight of the fresh tissue sample and the weight of the dry tissue samples measured during the growth period. As a result, no single parameter is good enough to demonstrate the growth throughout the life of a flowering plant.

Answered by Abhisek | 11 months ago

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