What is the difference between Acropetal and Basipetal order?

Acropetal succession refers to the arrangement of flowers on the pedicel in such a way that the new flowers and buds are at the top and the older flowers are at the bottom.

Basipetal arrangement is the opposite of acropetal in the fact that the new flowers and buds are found at the bottom and the older flowers occupy the top levels

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acropetal succession- it is floral arrangement to form bunch of flowers. In which flowers are arranged so that new flowers are at top and old flowers are at bottom such system is found in racemose type of arrangement. you can see it in gulmohar. this arrangement is for attraction of insects on flowers for pollination so that one insect can pollinate many flowers in a single visit. it also increases flourishing perriod.

 

basipetal - It relates to the development or maturation of tissues or organs or the movement of substances, such as hormones, from the apex downward toward the base

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basipetal :- developing or moving from the apex toward the base of the stem: used to describe the development of tissues or movement of hormones in plants

 

acropetal :- developing or moving from the base of the stem toward the apex: used to describe the development of tissues or movement of hormones in plants
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in racemose type of inflorescence the main axis continous grow , the flowers borne laterally in an acropetal succession

acropetal order means that the flowers are arranged at the way that old at base young at tip

in cymose,the main axis terminates in a flower , henve is limitted in growth.the flowers borne in basipetal order

basepetal order means that the flowers are arranged in a way that old at the tip young at both the sides of the plant

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In tap root there is also acropetal succession.Longer and older roots are towards the base.
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Acropetal is an antonym of basipetal. Basipetal is an antonym of acropetal.
As adjectives the difference between basipetal and acropetal is that basipetal is (botany) that develops, matures or opens from the apex towards the base in sequence while acropetal is (botany) that develops, matures or opens from the base towards the apex in sequence.
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Acropetal succession refers to the arrangement of flowers on the pedicel in such a way that the new flowers and buds are at the top and the older flowers are at the bottom.


Basipetal arrangement is the opposite of acropetal in the fact that the new flowers and buds are found at the bottom and the older flowers occupy the top levels
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Acropetal succesion= In which new flowers are at the tip and older flowers are toward the Base. Basipetal succesion = In which older flowers are at the tip and younger flowers are toward the Base.
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Acropitetal is mophologically a stem apex and besipetal is nothing but the base root.
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Acropetal -- Towards the apex
Basipetal --towards the base
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Acropetal means Growth towards Apical
Basipetal means growth towarsmds Base
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Acropetal succession refers to the arrangement of flowers on the pedicel in such a way that the new flowers and buds are at the top and the older flowers are at the bottom. Basipetal arrangement is the opposite of acropetal in the fact that the new flowers and buds are found at the bottom and the older flowers occupy the top levels
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Acropetal:- young flower at base and older flower at top basepetal:- younger flower at top and older flower at base
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1.) *Acropetal* is acsending order of arrangement of spores in plants 2.)*Basipetal* is descending order of arrangement of spores in plants
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Acropetal succession refers to the arrangement of flowers on the pedicel in such a way that the new flowers and buds are at the top and the older flowers are at the bottom.

Basipetal arrangement is the opposite of acropetal in the fact that the new flowers and buds are found at the bottom and the older flowers occupy the top levels

 
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Acropetal succession refers to the arrangement of flowers on the pedicel in such a way that the new flowers and buds are at the top and the older flowers are at the bottom.

Basipetal arrangement is the opposite of acropetal in the fact that the new flowers and buds are found at the bottom and the older flowers occupy the top levels
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Acropetal succession refers to the arrangement of flowers on the pedicel in such a way that the new flowers and buds are at the top and the older flowers are at the bottom.

Basipetal arrangement is the opposite of acropetal in the fact that the new flowers and buds are found at the bottom and the older flowers occupy the top levels
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Acropetal order(modified form of racemose inflorescence)refers to the arrangement of flowers on the pedicel that the new flowers and buds are at the apex and the older flowers are at the base whereas vice-versa is for basipetal order which is a modified form of cymose inflorescence (i.e new flowers are at the bottom and older flowers are at the top)


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Acropetal Means That the older leaves on lower side and younger on up
Basipetal Means The younger leaves on lower side and older on up
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the main difference between acropetal is that acropetal is the developement or maturation  , in sequence , from base towards the apex.
where as basipetal means development , or maturation from apex to the base in sequence
 
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When the younger flowers present at the top and older flower present at the base called Acropetal Succession And When the younger flowers present at the base and older flower present at the top called Basipetal Succession
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acropetals are borne laterally these are in racemose wheras basipata ,they are growt limited and these Are in cymose
 
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Acropetal is an order where the old leaves of a plant are at the base and the new leaves grows above.
Basipetal is an order where the new leaves are at the base and old leaves at the top.
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Acropetal:-Growing Upwards
Basipetal:-Growing downwards
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