What are the a Xerosere on Bare Rock ?1 2873
What are the Herbaceous stage ?1 3514
WHICH FAMILY DOES pomegranate belong to?2 3551
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?821
What are the hyphal features of Ascomycota?1 2416
In cleared and stained root material you have seen structures that appear to be empty sacs in the epidermal cells with ostioles that exit to the soil. Which division are these fungi likely to be from?905
A sexual spore is formed in a culture from a single isolate. An attachment is found on either side of a sac- like structure, which encloses the spore. Which division does the fungus come from?1 1677
Toxin X is released only in mature spores of a single fungus and only when both alleles at a single locus are present. The toxin is never observed when the alleles are together in hyphae or modified hyphae. What division is the fungus found in?
How microwave influences seed germination?1 1610
what is the difference between corn and maize?2 4966
How can we extract chlorophyll from green leaves?1 1997
what is the branch of botany that deals with study of economically important plants?2 2370
why do leaves gets brown or red in the fall?1 1752
If you break off a piece of an aloe plant and put it in water, will roots grow and What is that type of propagation called?1011
what non-conifer trees can be used at 7000 foot elevation where spruce and pine grew before the pine beetle?
What is the damage powdery mildew do on plants?
What is the need for chloroplast and mitochondrial DNA in the plant cell?
now a days essential oils are different from volatile oils.why?
How Plants modify themselves accoridng to the environment?
what horticultural practices are required to advance the maturity of fruit?
why are some plants greener than others?
Name three insectivorous plants?
which plant has less number of genes and which has large number?
How reduce acorn production?
how to prepare for mp psc (botany)
What was the first tree planted on the Earth?
True or false: tubers and fruits of wild members of the Solanaceae may be safely eaten. Explain.
what is the importance of the medicinal plant morinda elliptica?
How does the pH of soil affect plant growth?