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Pls give an example for ammonifying bacteria.
state three criteria of essentiality of an element
explain why hydroponics are so essential in plants?
what the steps involved in nodule formation?
What is mean by interveinal chlorosis, mottled chlorosis and necrosis?
Which macronutrient is essential for synthesis of auxin.
can anyone send nitrogen cycle in any other type??
Sulphur is an important nutrient for optimum growth & productivity in Oilseed crops or Pulse crops.
What is the correct answer oilseed crops or pulse crops & why?
what would happen if the solutions used in hydroponics were poorly aerated???
what is leg haemoglobin?
wht r nodules? explain it's formation n give a diagram 4 it.....
why is leg haemoglobin is called oxygen scavenger?
Explain with examples:
macronutrients, micronutrients, beneficial nutrients, toxic elements
and essential elements.
how amino acids are synthesisd in the cell?
1.What are the different criteria for essentiality of an element?
If a plant shows a symptom
which could develop due to deficiency of more than one nutrient, how
would you find out experimentally, the real deficient mineral
what is chlorosis, necrosis, inhibition of cell division , delayed flowering?
why purified water and mineral nutrient salts essential for hydroponics?
hydroponics with diagram
what role does nitrogen play in plant metabolism ? 1 mark
Examples of chlorosis and necrosis ?
mention the role of any four micronutrient in plants
Explain symbiotic biological nitrogen fixation.
explain the process of nitrogen fixation in leguminous plants?
Pls give an example or ammonifying bacteria.
what does "against the concentration gradient " mean???????
what are macro nutrients and micronutrients?
a farmer adds azotobacter culture to soil before sowing maize .which mineral element is being replenished
What is whiptail disease in cauliflower? What are its external symptoms?
what is diffusion pressure, osmotic pressure,turgor pressure,diffusion pressure deficit or suction pressure?........how are they related to each other.....i mean which of them are directly proportional or inversely proportional to each other?
NAME THE ELEMENT THAT ACTIVATES
A] ALCOHOL DEHYDROGENASE
explain very briefly the process of biological nitrogen fixation in the nodule
What is auxin?
is purification of water and nutrient salts so important in studies
involving mineral nutrition using hydroponics?
Suggest some human diseases which we can take for investigatory projects?
Name the mineral element required for phtolysis of water in photosynthesis. How is it absorbed by plants?
Describe nod gene, nif gene, fix gene?
what is the another name for nitrogen cycle
curling of root hair tips during nitrogen fixation is caused due to nod factor.
bt is this nod factor produced by bacteria and thenninduced into the root or is it produced by the plant?
also give some info bout nif and fix gene.. n who produces it.
and there s another question ...the corrct ans given is C ..i agree bt cant it be B too?
plz explain ur ans Q- during root nodule formation in legumes
a) nod factors are produced by legumes only
b) nod, nif, fix genes of legumes are activated
c) cytokinin lvl increases in roots.
the following statements are true? If false, correct them:
deficiency leads to stout axis.
mineral element that is present in a cell is needed by the cell.
Nitrogen as a nutrient element, is highly immobile in the plants.
(d) It is
very easy to establish the essentiality of micronutrients because
are required only in trace quantities.
what is ammonification?
Wat is Hydroponics ......... ???? ......... ????
how does leghaemoglobin protect the nitrogenase ?
plz provide a video on nitrogen cycle as soon as possible
i hope this time i will be replied soon bcoz i am waiting for a long time for many of my questions' answers........plz be fast in providing a video or at least more explained nitrogen cycle with an easy diagram too.
the steps involved in formation of a root nodule?
what is your opinion regarding the human activities that have disrupted the movement of minerals in the ecosystem?
metalloflavoprotein mediated pathway of nitrogen metabolism is
a) reductive amination
b) nitrite assimilation
c) nitrate assimilation
the ans given is C ,
can u explain hw? n which is the metalloflavo protein in that pathway...
what is meant by turgidity of cell
how can the essential elements alter the osmotic potential of a cell??
The develpment in Periplaneta americana is paurometabolous. What do you understand by this term.
Meritnation teachers and experts !!!! thanks a lot for providing the information on diff. nutrients in a tabular form . This helps us to make our studies easier ........... Cheers !! :)
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