BotanyThe root regions are arranged proximal to distal part in the following manner.

The root regions are arranged proximal to distal part in the following manner. 

  1. A
    Zone of cell elongation‒ Zone of cell maturation ‒ Zone of cell divisions
  2. B
    Zone of cell divisions ‒ Zone of cell elongation ‒ Zone of cell maturation
  3. C
    Zone of cell maturation‒ Zone of elongation ‒ Zone of cell divisions
  4. D
    Zone of cell maturation ‒ Zone of cell divisions ‒ Zone of cell elongation

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    Solution:

    Roots have four regions: a root cap; a zone of division; a zone of elongation; and a zone of maturation from distal to proximal manner.

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