Vegetative development - morphogenesis, Biology

Vegetative Development - Morphogenesis

This term is coined for the process leading to and determining the form and structure of organs. It is used mainly by experimental morphologists. For our purposes differentiation and morphogenesis would mean the same thing and may be used interchangeably.

 

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