Botany Interview Questions
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what is unique about the embryogenesis in paeonia?

704

Genetic load means ?

598

Operon model in genetics refers to ?

686




Amensalism means?

647

Any diff between secondary constrictions and kinetochores?

681

Late blight of potato and early blight of potato symptoms differences?

863

Reserve food materials in pheophyceae?

1 2624

Telome theory ?

1 4227




Importance of solanaceae ?

2 2269

polyembryony and apomixix?

1 1900

Donnan's equilibrium?

1068

Explain the sero diagnostic methods ?

892

What is Electrophoresis?

PCS,

3 2551

Explain spectrophotometry?

1 1612

Respiratory quotient?

3 2508


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Un-Answered Questions { Botany }

what is the type of cotyledon and venation present in the vinca?

866


State Quiescent centre theory

2835


Explain the importance of fungi in medicine?

1995


Describe the process of replication in viruses?

733


what are isoflavonoids and tanins?

852






what is applied botany?

691


Which plant fossil is the oldest among the others those found by archeologists?

740


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

633


How cellulose is formed in plant?

748


which plant has less number of genes and which has large number?

746


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?

757


Which sex(es) of flowers in the Cucurbitaceae have nectary disks? Why?

1712


Explain the leaf anatomy of eucalyptus?

823


is peppermint a gymnosperm or an angiosperm?

1037


How to determine vitamin content in plant material without HPLC or instrumental techniques?

638