What Is the Function of the Pericycle?

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The function of the pericycle in the stem of a plant is to protect and strengthen the stem. The function of pericycle in the roots of a plant is to regulate the way lateral roots form. The pericycle can have a single layer or many layers.
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Pericycle cells are very active, dividing quickly, especially during the growth season. The division of pericycle cells initiates the formation of new lateral roots, present in most
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The Pericycle strengthens the stem and provides protection for the
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