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these 2 questions
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these 2 questions
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idk it lets me click to zoom in
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soemeone ansdwer this pleasee
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soemeone ansdwer this pleasee
Is there anything in your revision guide or textbook?
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Is there anything in your revision guide or textbook?
not really no nothing for this question tbh
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To grow may clones at once - saves time etc

To ensure that nutrients don't become a limiting factor - so the cells don't die//can grow (synthesis proteins) photosynthesise etc.

Hormones for growth, division, ripening etc.

Sterile to prevent plants from getting infected/dying due to disease


(that's what i think)
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not really no nothing for this question tbh
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To grow may clones at once - saves time etc

To ensure that nutrients don't become a limiting factor - so the cells don't die//can grow (synthesis proteins) photosynthesise etc.

Hormones for growth, division, ripening etc.

Sterile to prevent plants from getting infected/dying due to disease


(that's what i think)
the sterile conditions are probably to avoid contamination (which might lead to the disease)
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