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Differentiate Lysigenous, Schizogelous cavities ?5 20019
Differentiate Hadrocentric, Leptocentric vascular bundles ?2 11900
Differentiate Torus and Margo ?1 4831
What are bulliform cells and what is their role ?4 19164
What is a Quiscent Centre and what is its importance ?1 2732
what is melittopalynology?what is its use?3 6151
what is a trebent?2 5359
what are the demerits of takthajan classification?1 2278
what are the functions of fusiform initials and ray initials?2 24127
what are pseudoannual rings?2 2206
what are brachy sclereids?1 4998
what are the sub divisions in subkingdom Embryophyta ?
Give five examples each of plants that have lateral and that have fiberous roots?
is mimosa pudica shows syngenecious stamen?
what is the difference between somatic hybridization and protoplast fusion?
What is the difference between periderm and bark?
Explain how the rings on a tree trunk can tell you the age of the tree and What is that branch of botany called?
what are isoflavonoids and tanins?
what are the recent ly discovrved economicimportance of fungi
what species of flower is a desert plant with tiny pink flowers in clusters and thick jagged leaves?
Why is the Heliconia Caribaea flower called Prince of Darkness?
which type of poliination occurs in rose?
Genetic load means ?
what is the comparative effect of organic manure & NPK fertilizer on amaranthus spp.?
How the plants can survive in Tundra where temperature reaches -57oC?
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?