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What is spore formation?(definition)
NAme 5 fruits that don't have seeds
1. Which of the following shows vegetative propagation?
STATE TRUE OR FALSE AND REWRITE THEFALSE STATEMENT
1. Ginger reproduces through nodes
2. Vegetative propagation by roots takes place in banana
3. Budding is common in yest and hydra
FIND THE ODD ONE OUT
1. Sweet potato, Daliha, Potato, Asparagus
DIFFERENTIATE BETWEEN THE FOLLOWING
1. Unisexual flower and bisexual flower
2. Stamen and pistill
3. Cutting and grafting
WRITE THE METHOD OF REPRODUCTION IN THE FOLLOWING
WRITE EACH TWO FUNCTION OF THE FOLLOWING
2. COLOURED PETALS
GIVE ONE WORD OR FEW WORDS FOR THE FOLLOWING
1. Modified swollen underground stem of ginger
2. the process of production of indiviuals of the same kind
HIGHER ORDER THINKING SKILLS (HOTs)
1. What is the role of wind, water and insects in sexual reproduction of plants
what are the advantages of vegetative propagation?
Examples of bisexual and unisexual flowers.
Describe the various steps leading to the formation of seeds in plants
what are unisexual and bisexual flowers? give two examples to each.
what will happen if all the seeds of the plant falls under a parent plant
Define cross and self pollination ? long type
identify from the following plants having unsexual or bisexual flowers:
papaya , mustard , rose , corn , petunia , cucumber.
What is the difference between androecium and gynoecium?
Name all plant which reproduce through leaves
difference between unisexual and bisexual?
what is differences between unisexual flowers and bisexual flowers?
Give me examples of complete and incomplete flowers
why do coconut trees grow near coastal areas?
what happens to the flower after fertilization
name 10 different fruit bearing plants with their agents through which seeds are dispersed and parts of or seed which helps in dispersal?
Why do some fruits have many whereas some have one seed?
what is regeneration? explain with example.
Why is reproduction important?
what is the term given to plants that bear flower?
what is the function of Cotyledon ?
what is the function of stigma, style and ovary?
Name two plants whose seeds are dispersed by explosion of their fruits.
how does fragmentation occurs in spirogyra
What is the difference between budding and fragmentation?
Mustard flower is a bisexual flower or unisexual flower???
give some name of plants with bisexual flower
flowchart for sexual and asexual reproduction
how do plants like sugarcane ,potato and rose reproduce though they have no seeds?
if we plant rhizophus in a bread mould then what is the name given to the thread like projections and the tiny reproductive bodies?
how do unisexual plants reproduce?
Explain the difference between self-pollination and
explain vegetative propagation in bryophyllum/?
does it mean that cross pollination occurs in bisexual flowers only??????
How does the process of fertilisation take place in flowers?
diagram of self and cross pollination
what is the difference between reproductive part and vegetative parts?
Plants scatter their seeds far and wide by several methods. Why is scattering neccessary?
how does spore formation in bread mould?
what is grafting,layering and cutting
is the zygote the first cell of the plant or animal?
Please give me more examples of unisexual and bisexual flower??
what is bryophyllum ?
draw a well labelled diagram of bisexual flower.
Describe the function of heart?
how did binary fission occur in paramecium?
write short note on 1. fragmentation 2. spore formation
flowchart showing the events from flowers to fruits and seeds
What are the advantages of vegetative propagation?
what is a sexual reproduction
____________ provides food for the embryo.
describe the different methods of asexual reproduction?
difference between vegetative bud and flower bud .any 4-5 points
Explain process of fragmentation
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