plants that grow in just water are named ?1 2126
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Why Teak wood is so hard?1 1431
what is the application of totipotency in plant tissue culture?9 21804
What is the relation between how fast a leaf burns and the minerals or metallic elements contained in the plants?947
what is the process called where plants turn carbon dioxide co2 into oxygen o2?1 2318
What is the function of the vascular bundle?1 1892
Is palmera comes under plant or tree?1 4110
Can the light of the Full Moon helps in photosynthesis?1 1349
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Fungi lack chlorophyll,than why they considered evolutionary more advance than algae?
what is the chemical component of eggplant that stimulates the blood glucose level?
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?
True or false: tubers and fruits of wild members of the Solanaceae may be safely eaten. Explain.
Give five examples each of plants that have lateral and that have fiberous roots?
What is the difference between periderm and bark?
what is meant by secondary thickening meristem?
where do plants get carbon from and where does the carbon go when plants die?
Write a flora formula for a flower which has a variable number of sepals, 8 petals united at the base, 8 stamens united by their anthers, and an inferior ovary of 4 united carpels.
How do large trees, such as redwoods, get water from their roots to the leaves?
Explain the grafting of different rootstocks together ?
how to prepare for mp psc (botany)
what does prothallial cells do?
what is the composition of red rice?