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what are the uses of economically important plants?
what are the adaptations of desert plants like cactus?
Can genitically modified foods be harmful?
Who created the two-part naming system used in biology?
what is the role of auxins in floral bud development and fruit development?
Describe the unusual stamens in many members of the Ericaceae. What two corolla shapes are typical of the family?
What are the 5 main differences between respiration and photosynthesis?
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Why are there so many genera in the family Compositae (Asteraceae)?
is viroid virus and why?
Explain the evolution of plants?
Why might a foxglove stop your heart?
How to take a poison from oleander?
How does the pH of soil affect plant growth?