Does Every Cell in a Cotton Plant Contain the Genes to Make Cotton Fiber?
No, only the cells that contain rosette terminal complexes contain the genes to make cotton fiber. The rest of the cells are programed to preform functions of reproduction and growth of the plant itself.
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