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What reactions cause safranin to stain plant tissues red?
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Describe the grafting in jasmine tree?
Define telome theory?
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Classify the potato into fruits, roots, stem.
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what do you know about the plant Corycium orobanchioides?
Name the Different classes of plants in the plant kingdom?
Explain the leaf anatomy of eucalyptus?
Classify the apple into fruits, roots, stem.
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what are isoflavonoids and tanins?