In rosette plants, import of labelled assimilate by mature leaves is a normal part of the trans-location pattern. Following elongation and loss of the rosette habit with the onset of flowering, the translocation pattern becomes that typical of elongate plants, characterised by lack of movement into mature leaves.
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