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what is endarch and exarch ??
conjoint and collateral vascular bundles
what is the difference between morphology and anatomy?
Sieve tubes in angiosperms are associated with specialized parenchyma cells. Name the cells. How do they help sieve tube members?
what is isodiametric cells and homogeneos layer
what is the function of medullary rays?
what is the different between radial and conjoint
what is the difference between autumn wood and spring wood????
What is the function of dicot and monocot leaf,stem and root?
Root hairs are unicellular or multicellular.explain?
what is ? intercellular matrix
Categorize the following into Differentiation, Dedifferentiation and Redifferentiation
1. Secondary cortex
2. Secondary Xylem
3. Secondary Phloem
6. Cork cambium
7. Medullary rays
8. Casparian strips
9. Dicot root
10. Dicot stem
14. Bulliform cells
16. Intrafascicular cambium
17. Interfascicular cambium
Is groundnut a monocot or dicot?
what is the difference between monocot root and dicot root
name the various kind of cell layers that constitute the bark.
What is one basic difference between endodermis and epidermis
what is meant by extrastelar intrastelar secondry growth?explain
DIFFRENCE BETWEEN METAXYLEM AND PROTOXYLEM ?
what is exarch, endarch and polyarch and where they are present??????
why are xylem & phloem called complex tissues????
12. The cross-section of a plant material showed the following features when viewed under the microscope.a. The vascular bundles were radially arranged.b. Four xylem strands with exarch condition of protoxylem.To which organ should it be assigned?
What is meant by radial conduction ?
difference b/w cork cambium and vascular cambium.
Describe the internal
structure of a dorsiventral leaf with the help of labelled diagrams.
difference between monocot root and monocot stem
difference b/w trichoms and root hairs.
What is liginin and cellulose?
what is endarch and exarch?
what is meanig of "collenchyma is found
what is the meaning of dorsiventral leaf?
what is the major difference between monocot and dicot stem which we can identify by seeing their diagrams???
what is a node and a axil ?
How does secondary growth takes place in the dicot stem? or Explain how cork cambium is formed? Pls explain in simple words
is collenchyma tissue present in monocots?and arethey present in roots of plants?
cuzi find to reallycontradictory statements in two books. so please tell me
discuss the V.S. of monocot leaf
illustrations to bring out anatomical difference between
root and dicot root
(b) Monocot stem and dicot
explain what is promeristem,primary and secondary meristmatic tissues.
What is the difference between open and closed type
How are exarch and endarch conditions differ anatomically in sten and root?
What are the functions of Cambium
What is cortex,protoderm,leaf primordium?
Difference between intrafascicular cambium and interfascicular cambium.Also give the difference between cells of cambium and medullary rays.
what is meaning of the 'epipetalous'?
Cut a transverse section
of young stem of a plant from your school garden and observe it under
the microscope. How would you ascertain whether it is a monocot stem
or dicot stem? Give reasons.
old ncert book of biology of any year between 2004-2008
difference between bark and cork?
How is secondary growth accomplished in dioct root
what is the difference between root hair and stem hair?
Whatdo we mean by the aerial parts of plants?Name them.
what is phellem and phellogen in simple language
plzz define parenchyma with diagram....
What is phyllotaxy?
What does septate and aseptate mean?
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