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Root cap is a thimble-shaped mass of parenchyma cells at the tip of a growing root. Cells of the root cap have an average life of less than one week.

The primary function of root cap is protection. It protects the delicate tissues (root tip) behind it. Aids in the perception of gravity as well.
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