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what is the life spans of :
Elephant, Rose, Dog, Butter fly, Crow, Banana tree, Cow, Parrot, Crocodile, Horse, Fruit fly,
Rice plant, Tortoise & Banyan tree ??
What are the examples of Sucker and Offset in Vegetative Propagation????
Differentiate between parthenocarpy and parthenogenesis?
can u name a plant in which sepals remain attached after fertilization?
What is the life span of a mango tree and a peepal tree?
EXPLAIN HAPLONTIC, DIPONTIC AND HAPLO DIPLONTIC LIFE CYCLE
in some plants , where flowering occurs more than once, what would you call the inter flowering period - juvenile or mature????
how long does it take for marigold / rice / wheat / coconut / mango plants to come flower?
what would happen if syngamy does not occur?
amoeba is immortal, explain .
how sexual reproduction enables organisms like algae and fungi to survive during unfavourable conditions? why is sexual reproduction favoured under such conditions/
How does penicillium reproduce asexually
what are the examples of continuous breeders and seasonal breeders?
Does meiosis never occur in organisms that are haploid?
the meiocyte of an onion plant contains 32 chromosomes.work out the no. of chromosomesfound in its endosperm?
Name the type of gametes that are formed in staminate and pistillate flowers.
why do wesay there is no natural death in single celled organism????
Why is it difficult to get rid of water hyacinth from a water body? Name one biotic and abiotic component that gets affected by its spread in the water body.
explain haplontic and diplontic life cycle? [biology chapter 1 lesson 4 post fertilisation events]
how vast number of plant and animal specieshave existed on earth for several thousands of years?
why do we say there is no natural death in single celled organisms?
give examples of monothecous and dithecous anther ?
Explain briefly the vegetative reproduction in potato?
What is the kind of development that takes place in the zygote in organisms with diplontic and haplo- diplontic life cycle?
Explain vegetative propagation.
can i get difference between oestrus cycle and menstrual cycle please
what are the specialised cells which undergo meiosis in the dipliod organisms, called as?
explin the mada janan tantra
what do you mean by physical education???
examples of flowers showing interflowering period
What is protandry and protogyny?
difference between exalbuminous seeds and albuminous seeds
what is the difference between self pollination and cross pollination?
What marks the end of juvenile phase in flowering plants
what are the differences between seasonal breeder and continous breeders?//
q.1. what is the difference between zoospores and conidia??with reference to their mobility..
q.2.why the clones are considered as genetically identical to its parent ..write examples
define clone, gemmule , conidia ,rhizome , tuber , bulbil , offset .
what is Water hyacinth ?
what is the difference between isogametes, anisogametes and heterogamates
Unicellular organisms are immortal whereas multicellular organisms are not.Justify
how many nuclei are in a mature pollen grain?
rnDifferentiate between (a) oestrus and menstrual cycles; (b) ovipary and vivipary. Cite an example for each type.rn
Differentiate between (a) oestrus and menstrual cycles; (b) ovipary and vivipary. Cite an example for each type.
all papaya plants bear flowers but fruits are seen only in some. explain
what is Gemmule formation?
chromosomes no. in meiocytes ( diploid , 2n ) and gametes ( haploid , n ) of house fly , rat ,dog , cat , fruit fly , ophioglossum ( a fern ) , apple , rice , maize , potato , butterfly , onion
The meiocytes of a dog contain 78 chromosomes. The number of chromosomes present in the zygote stage after fertilisation in a dog will be.................... give answer and explain it.
what is the difference between primates and non primates?
What is the lifespan of a mango tree?
what is encystation n sporulation..??
the meiocyte of rice has 24 chromosomes. how many chromosomes are present in its endosperm?tell me plz with reason
In which of the following organisms self fertilisation is seen?
(a)Fishes (b) leech (c) Earhthworm (d) Liverfluke
can you list the changes seen in human beings that are indicative ofvreproducyive maturity???
Difference between vegetative cell and generative cell ???? whts der role
Bryophytes and Pteridophytes produces a large number of male gametes but relatively very few female gametes. Why?
life span of :
A MOSS PLANT PRODUCES A LARGE NUMBER OF ANTHEROZOIDS BUT RELATIVELY ONLY A FEW EGG CELLS. WHY ?
is there any relationship in the number of chromosomes of meiocytes and gametes?
what kind of organism is called terror of bengal?what is terror of bengal?
in animals the juvenile phase is followed by ....1] death 2] senescence phase 3] maturation phase 4] reproductive phase
in flowering plants where flowering occurs more than once what would we call the interflowering period- juvenile or mature? rply soon
earthworms and tapeworms are bisexual animals.
a) what technical term is used to describe it ?
b) in what ways do these animals differ in mode of sexual reprodution?
differences b/w seasonal breeder nd continous breeders
does sweet potato produces bisexual flowers?
is term clone aaplicable to offspring formed by vegetative propagation ?
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