BotanyCollenchyma generally occurs

Collenchyma generally occurs

  1. A

    In scattered dicot roots

  2. B

    In a ring in monocot roots

  3. C

    In patches under epidermis in dicot stem

  4. D

    All of these

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    Solution:

    Collenchyma is a simple living mechanical tissue which elongated cells having unevenly thickened primary wall. It is always hypodermal and primary in origin. It is usually present just below the epidermis of stem and leave of dicots.

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