. Grafting is successful in dicots but not in monocots because the dicots have :

(a)  vascular bundles arranged in a ring

(b)  cambium for secondary growth

(c)  vessels with elements arranged end to end

(d)  cork cambium


Best Answer

Answer : (b)

Solution ||| In grafting technique, two parts of two related plants are joined, so as to form composite plant. In this, one plant having strong root system, is called stock while the other having better shoot, is called scion or graft. The grafting technique is successful in two related plants having vascular cambium (characteristic feature of dicotyledons(. Later is absent in monocotyledons, so grafting can not possible in monocots.


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