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What is Gynandrophore?4 12976
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Siliqua is the characteristic fruit of which family?2 6851
Differentiate alpha-taxonomy and omega-taxonomy ?8 42131
What is the Botanical name of the plant yielding nuclear stain called 'Haematoxylin' ?1 3486
Name the plant which yields Pyrethrum, an insecticide ?1 3533
Epipetalous, Syngenesious, Hooded stamens found in which family ?1 13221
Bicollateral vascular bundles, adnation of petioles were found in which family ?2 7448
What is Tautonomy ?5 9556
what is the reproductive cycle of non flowering plants?
How do you measure the content of vitamins or iron in a plant ?
How does Ultraviolet Light Affects Seed Germination and plant growth?
What was the first tree planted on the Earth?
How is double fertilisation present in some gymosperms when it is a characteristic of angiosperms?
If you break off a piece of an aloe plant and put it in water, will roots grow and What is that type of propagation called?
Does malachite green have an inhibitory effect effect on bacterial growth?
What is considered a fruit?
Toxin X is released only in mature spores of a single fungus and only when both alleles at a single locus are present. The toxin is never observed when the alleles are together in hyphae or modified hyphae. What division is the fungus found in?
Explain the grafting of different rootstocks together ?
How do some plants(grams) grow in cotton?
How can Philodendron plants live with only halogen lighting?
At what temperature should fresh sweet potato leaves be stored and dried?
Since mistletoe is parasitic, could plasmodesmata be present between mistletoe and its host?
what is the importance of stenicula foeticla?