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Botany Interview Questions
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Is Stenella butea is the new name of Butea parviflora?

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What are the advantages of vegetative propagation?

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What is the difference between climbing roses and rambler roses? Which are the hardier?

1 1939

Why are there so many genera in the family Compositae (Asteraceae)?


Why do some plants like Malva moschata seed themselves all over the garden, while others just sulk?


why and what mechanism involve for heliotropism (the response of head towards sun) in sunflower.?

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what horticultural practices are required to advance the maturity of fruit?


what are the fertile leaves of a plant called?

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How to take a poison from oleander?


why is dispersal necessary for plants?

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who is discoverer of pentose phosphate pathway?

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what does poison ivy look like?

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How is double fertilisation present in some gymosperms when it is a characteristic of angiosperms?


what are near isogenic lines?

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what is the role of auxins in floral bud development and fruit development?


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what is meant by secondary thickening meristem?


what are aromatic plants?


What is the advantage, if any, to a germinating seed or seeding in developing a hook? Why is there no heart-shaped stage during embryo development in monocytes? What is the agricultural i mportance of the transgenic rice plant(in 3 paragraphs)


what does prothallial cells do?


what is structure of flower of species of Inula genus ?


what horticultural practices are required to advance the maturity of fruit?


What is a characteristic feature of a carrier protein in a plasma membrane?


What are botanical plants?


Classify the tomato into fruits, roots, stem.


Does oxygen and hydrogen map up water?


What is the difference between periderm and bark?


what are the usual adaptations of saprophytic plants like agaricus and ascobolus?


what is the importance of mistletoe used by pharmaceutical industry?


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?


Is there a link between Chlorophyll A & B and Photosynthesis 1& 2?