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Explain about Economic Importance of Fungi ?11 57762
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What are the Agar ?3 3739
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What are the Ahydrosere ?1 2244
What are the Climax forest ?1 2219
What is the formula of process of photosynthesis?
How does a cherry seed germinate?
What was the first tree planted on the Earth?
Which is better to grow plants in rock sand or soil?
Describe the structure of a catkin with regard to sex and completeness of the flowers.
What percentage of the world's photosynthesis is produced by trees alone?
how to prepare for mp psc (botany)
Since mistletoe is parasitic, could plasmodesmata be present between mistletoe and its host?
How does fertilizers can be made?
what is the application of induced auto ploypoidy in crop improvement ?
Why do sun flowers move with sunlight?
which floral whorls are present or absent on grasses?
what are the differences between sugar and sap?
You have been provided with a set of plates of fungi isolated from a diseased leaf, one Chytridiomycota, one Zygomycota, one Ascomycota and one Basidiomycota. The signs of infection indicate that the disease has been caused by a member of Ascomycota which does not form a sexual stage easily. What features would you look for in your isolates to indicate if the target fungus was present?