What are the apical meristems, Biology

What are the apical meristems? Which kind of plant growth does this meristem promote?

The Apical meristems are those primary meristems found in the apex of the stem as well as in the tips of shoots and roots.

The apical meristems are accountable for the primary growth of the plants.

 

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