What are plasmodesmata?1 5052
What is the characteristic inflorescence of the family Asteraceae ?2 7711
What is Gynandrophore?5 17687
What is the difference between Geitonogamy and Xenogamy ?3 15999
What is the difference between Cleistogamy and Chasmogamy ?7 44620
What is meant by PEN ?1 4749
Siliqua is the characteristic fruit of which family?2 8389
Differentiate alpha-taxonomy and omega-taxonomy ?8 48878
What is the Botanical name of the plant yielding nuclear stain called 'Haematoxylin' ?1 4304
Name the plant which yields Pyrethrum, an insecticide ?1 4276
Epipetalous, Syngenesious, Hooded stamens found in which family ?1 15142
Bicollateral vascular bundles, adnation of petioles were found in which family ?2 8350
What is Tautonomy ?5 11515
What is a sepal?
How do large trees, such as redwoods, get water from their roots to the leaves?
chlorophyll is soluble in?
Does chloroplasts in the plant cell helps in respiration long with photosynthesis?
What is the use of automatic impedance hematology instrument?
what is the space filled with in between the cell membrane and the cell wall when the cell is plasmolysed ??
How does the maple seed spread?
Explain the importance of fungi in medicine?
what is the difference between plant disease control and plant disease management?
Does malachite green have an inhibitory effect effect on bacterial growth?
What is the difference between xylem and phloem?
How do carnivorous plants digest their food?
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?