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1. The root zone of maturation is m 76. Ground tissue is usually located between the dermal and vascular tissues. 77. The sectio

1. The root zone of maturation is m
76. Ground tissue is usually located between the dermal and vascular tissues.
77. The section of a stem where a leaf is attached is called the internode.
78. Many edible grains are monocotyledons.
79. Monocot roots have centrally located ground tissue called pith surrounded by a ring of alternating groups of

1. The root zone of maturation is m 76. Ground tissue is usually located between the dermal and vascular tissues. 77. The section of a stem where a leaf is attached is called the internode. 78. Many edible grains are monocotyledons. 79. Monocot roots have centrally located ground tissue called pith surrounded by a ring of alternating groups of