Plants
  • Stamens or Androecium November 27, 2015

    • Stamens are the male reproductive parts of a flower. A stamen is made up of two parts, a stalk like filament and a knob like terminal anther. Each anther has two lobes which are attached at the ...

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  • AIIMS PMT AIPMT JIPMER Plant April 2, 2015

    1. In dicot roots cork cambium originates in (a) pith (b) hypodermis (c) pericycle (d) endodermis. 2. Differential division of RAM gives rise to (a) protoderm (b) procambium (c) calyptrogen (d) all of these. 3. Which of the following is ...

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  • AIIMS AIPMT PMT JIPMER Essential March 31, 2015

    Primary growth is the first form of growth to occur. A whole plant can be built up by primary growth, and in most monocotyledonous plants and herbaceous dicotyledons it is the only type of growth. It is a ...

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  • AIIMS PMT AIPMT Essential - March 26, 2015

    An organism starts its life as a single cell. Unicellular organisms grow and reproduce without increasing number of body cells but multicellular organisms undergo a far more complex process of ...

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  • Varieties and useful properties of August 4, 2013

    Tomato (or tomato, as it is historically known) has many varieties. Despite the huge number of years, during which it is grown all around the world, there is still no definite opinion about its definition. ...

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  • Birch sap - one of February 17, 2013

    Now, many gardeners are looking forward to the turn of the summer season, which this year is a little late because of the weather. Planting of many plants in the country is delayed by 2-3 weeks. Indeed, ...

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