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Walking man eating tree', what is its scientific name?
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What happens when regular water is replaced with salt water for plant consumption?
Does oxygen and hydrogen map up water?
How can we store plant germplasm for future use?
True or false: tubers and fruits of wild members of the Solanaceae may be safely eaten. Explain.
plants release O2 only during daytime but respire 24 hrs giving out CO2 but are said to purify air? How?
What are the 5 main differences between respiration and photosynthesis?
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How can one merge two species of bamboo to create a new variety?
Explain the grafting of different rootstocks together ?
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?
How is double fertilisation present in some gymosperms when it is a characteristic of angiosperms?