Vegetative Development - Differentiation, Biology

Vegetative Development - Differentiation

It is referred to as qualitative changes that lead to increased specialisation. For example, the formation of cells and tissues of root, shoot and leaf or changes that transform a vegetative bud to a flowering bud. In simple terms, the process by which cells become specialised is called differentiation.


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