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What is the scientific name of a vine called "deer candy" which has bright green heart-shaped leaves?791
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what is the type of cotyledon and venation present in the vinca?
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.
is peppermint a gymnosperm or an angiosperm?
How does crowding affect plants?
what are the effects of ringbarking trees?
what does prothallial cells do?
What effect does dyhydromonoxide have on green vegetation?
How do large trees, such as redwoods, get water from their roots to the leaves?
what are some unique characteristics a magnolia has?
Why do some plants like Malva moschata seed themselves all over the garden, while others just sulk?
what are the adaptations of desert plants like cactus?
what is the scientific name of kingdom fungi?
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?
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?
what is the importance of stenicula foeticla?