Role of Meristematic Tissue in Onion Cell
Science - Biology
Dec 21, 2022
In this video, I have done an experiment to prove the role of meristematic tissue in onion cells. Meristematic tissues contain living cells with varied shapes. They possess a large nucleus devoid of the vacuole. The cells have no intercellular space. The zone where these cells exist is known as meristem. The cells of the meristematic tissue divide actively to form specialized structures such as buds of leaves and flowers, tips of roots and shoots, etc. These cells help to increase the length and girth of the plant.