Why do flower pots have holes in the bottom ?1 2743
Explain distinction between plants and animals ?1 3202
Explain the chief groups of plants ?1 2191
Explain the Diversity of plant life ?1 3910
Explain the parts of a plant ?2 14594
Explain the functions of Roots ?1 2316
Explain the Functions of the Stem ?1 1963
Explain the Functions of Leaf ?2 2243
Explain the Defensive mechanism in plants ?1 5842
Explain other Devices of Defence ?1 1641
Write about the Fruits ?1 1532
Explain the Classification of Fruits ?1 2243
Explain the Capsuler Fruits ?1 1704
Explain the Cell?2 2137
Write about the Protoplasm ?2 2029
Explain the grafting of different rootstocks together ?
what is the difference between plant disease control and plant disease management?
Describe the necessary conditions required for growth of the capsicum annuum?
is mimosa pudica shows syngenecious stamen?
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?
Explain the evolution of sorus in pteridophytes?
what gives the Myriophyllum tuberculatum its colour?
Why might a foxglove stop your heart?
What is the damage powdery mildew do on plants?
TREE RINGS. Do they have any function other than dendochronology?
what is the description of ipomoea involucrata?
what are the structures on the gills of mushrooms?
what is Hardy weinberg Equilibrium?
what is the relationship between soil pH and base saturation capacity?
chlorophyll is soluble in?