What are plasmodesmata?1 4236
What is the characteristic inflorescence of the family Asteraceae ?2 6386
What is Gynandrophore?5 13183
What is the difference between Geitonogamy and Xenogamy ?3 14320
What is the difference between Cleistogamy and Chasmogamy ?6 40507
What is meant by PEN ?1 3942
Siliqua is the characteristic fruit of which family?2 6942
Differentiate alpha-taxonomy and omega-taxonomy ?8 42411
What is the Botanical name of the plant yielding nuclear stain called 'Haematoxylin' ?1 3531
Name the plant which yields Pyrethrum, an insecticide ?1 3581
Epipetalous, Syngenesious, Hooded stamens found in which family ?1 13353
Bicollateral vascular bundles, adnation of petioles were found in which family ?2 7509
What is Tautonomy ?5 9655
Since mistletoe is parasitic, could plasmodesmata be present between mistletoe and its host?
what is the description of ipomoea involucrata?
How does stomatal conductance increase in an elevated carbon dioxide environment?
What effect does dyhydromonoxide have on green vegetation?
What specific mechanism regulates cyclic vs noncyclic electron transfer during light reactions of photosynthesis?
True or false: tubers and fruits of wild members of the Solanaceae may be safely eaten. Explain.
Does CO have adverse effects on plants?
What is the structure of chlorophyll and the energy transfer mechanism?
Late blight of potato and early blight of potato symptoms differences?
Why Gymnosperms have become less than Angiosperms and What is the evolutionary trend between them?
At present which is highly evolved? Is is trees, shrubs or herbs? Why?
How does a cherry seed germinate?
what is the effect of different types of water on plants?
what are the uses of economically important plants?
what are the advantages and disadvantages of biofertilizers?