What are plasmodesmata?1 4941
What is the characteristic inflorescence of the family Asteraceae ?2 7539
What is Gynandrophore?5 17225
What is the difference between Geitonogamy and Xenogamy ?3 15855
What is the difference between Cleistogamy and Chasmogamy ?7 44342
What is meant by PEN ?1 4664
Siliqua is the characteristic fruit of which family?2 8265
Differentiate alpha-taxonomy and omega-taxonomy ?8 48251
What is the Botanical name of the plant yielding nuclear stain called 'Haematoxylin' ?1 4221
Name the plant which yields Pyrethrum, an insecticide ?1 4172
Epipetalous, Syngenesious, Hooded stamens found in which family ?1 14945
Bicollateral vascular bundles, adnation of petioles were found in which family ?2 8219
What is Tautonomy ?5 11315
Genetic load means ?
plants release O2 only during daytime but respire 24 hrs giving out CO2 but are said to purify air? How?
How to take a poison from oleander?
What three main parts make up the carpel of a plant?
what are the constituents of nutrient solution for hydroponic system?
what is the comparative effect of organic manure & NPK fertilizer on amaranthus spp.?
which floral whorls are present or absent on grasses?
How parts of plants are useful in medicine?
What is the difference between xylem and phloem?
Name of gymnosperms and angiosperms having anticancerous properties?
The xylem tissue that carries water is called?
What are botanical plants?
True or false: tubers and fruits of wild members of the Solanaceae may be safely eaten. Explain.
Name the fungus attracting ants and smelling very foul and rotten?