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What is Apogamy and apospory?
Sweet potato is the modification of
a) stem b) adventitious root c) tap root d) none of these
Give 3 differences between arithmetic geometric growth.
what is autoclaved herring sperm DNA ?
what would happen if meristems cease to divide? does this ever happen?
What is 'Plasmatic Growth'?
Plant growth is open type of growth.Discuss?
decapitaion is largely applied in hedge making and tea plantations .why ?
what is dormancy and abscission??
describe a tumour using the terms differentiation, dedifferentiation, redifferentiation
what is richmond lang effect?
give examples of open differentiation correlating the position of a cell to its position in an organ.
what are plasmodesmatal connections?
why are auxins present in human urine??
can we call the swelling of wood piece when we put it in water as its growth,why?
distinguish between polysepalous and gamosepalous calyx
what are meristems, lateral meristems, vascular cambium, and cork cambium??
Why is differentiation in plants considered open?
what is conspicuous nuclei?
What is gibbane ring?
difference between absolute and realtive growth rate.
difference between auxin and cytokinin
Which combination of gases is suitable for fruit ripening?
What is function of gibberellines
Manganese is required in photolysis of water during photosynthesis,What is the meaning of this statement?
Give some examples for differentiation , Dedifferentiation And redifferentiation
what is Vernalization???????????
What is function of ethylene.
WHAT IS -VE AND +VE ALLOSTERIC MODULATION??
how is the process of vernalisation advantageous to plant..?
what is the importance of bolting in rosette plants ?
TREATMENT OF SEED AT LOW TEMPERATURE UNDER MOIST CONDITION TO BREAK ITS DORMANCY IS CALLED 1] SACRIFICATION 2] VERNALIZATION 3] CHELATION 4]STARTIFICATION
what is parthenocarpy..??
teacher , plz give a list of plants that show hypogeal and epigeal germination.
specially mention in which category these plants fall - sunflower, castor, groundnut
five main groups of natural plant growth regulators. Write a note on
discovery, physiological functions and agricultural/horticultural
applications of any one of them.
What is senescence?
A primary root grows 5cm to 19m in a week. Calculate the growth rate and relative growth rate over the period.
differences between photoperiodism & vernalization
examples of open differentiation correlating the position of a cell to its position in an organ?
What is a-amylase test? (Here 'a' stands for alpha)
explain the graphical representation of growth rate and also the mathematical formula for that!!sum1 plzzz**
c)Sigmoid growth curve
The term heterosis was first coined by...????
show diffrent phases of growth in plants with conditons?
THE NATURAL PLANT HORMONES WERE FIRST ISOLATED FROM ...1] CORN GERM OIL & HUMAN URINE 2] COTTON FRUITS SPINACH LEAVES & RICE PLANTS 3] AVENA COLEOPTILE SPINACH LEAVES & THE FUNGUS GIBBERELLA 4]HUMAN URINE & RICE SEEDLING
give examples of protoplasmic modifications.
removal of shoot tips results in growth of lateral buds. why?
WHAT ARE THE TYPICAL DIFFERENCES BETWEEN DIFFERENTIATION ,DEDIFFERENTIATION AND REDIFFERENTIATION? EXPLAIN
WHAT WAS F W WENT EXPERIMENT OF ISOLATED AUXINS ???????
how to get the sample papers of UP board for class12? FRIENSDS please help
functions of auxin , gibberellins , cytokinin , ethylene , abscissic acids ?
one of the plant growth regulators would you use if you are asked to:
Induce rooting in a twig
Quickly ripen a fruit
Delay leaf senescence
Induce growth in axillary buds
‘Bolt’ a rosette plant
Induce immediate stomatal closure in leaves.
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