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2. Plants grow in a...

  • Spreading, branched form
  • Compact growth form (non-branching)

3. Which describes a plant, not an animal?

  • Growth is restricted to special growing points called meristems (mainly the tip of the roots and shoots)
  • All regions of the body grow

4. Plants often get eating by animals, this is why..

  • They need to continue to grow throughout their life to replace eaten parts
  • They can stop growing after a certain amount of time

5. Which usually grow throughout their life?

  • Plants
  • Animals

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