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Sagar Rachchh

Nov 24, 2014

Explain the xylem in endarch and exarch conditions.

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What is obliterated central lumen?

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Differentiate between septate and aseptate xylem fibres.

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Sagar Rachchh

Dec 28, 2014

What is annual ring? Explain its formation.

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Annual ring is the alternation of spring wood and autumn wood in a concentric circle on the trunk

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Pranab Kumar Padhi

Jun 7, 2015

Explain about complex permanent tissues.

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Permanent tissues are the tissues which have lost the capacity to divide. They can be thin walled or thick walled and have permanent shape. Permanent tissues can be simple or permanent compl...

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Sagar Rachchh

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Sclerenchymatous cells have thick cell walls. Explain the statement with a diagram.

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Jan 9, 2015

Explain the process of secondary growth occurring in dicot plants. Why is secondary growth absent in monocots?

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Sagar Rachchh

Jan 30, 2015

What is the role of cork cambium?

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Secondary growth is the increase in the girth of the stems and roots of plants. Secondary growth is brought about by lateral meristems, vascular and cork cambiums.

*During sec...

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Sanalkumar S

Nov 15, 2014

How does secondary growth occcur in roots of the monocot and dicot plants?

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Secondary growth is seen in dicots. Most monocots and herbaceous plants undergo little or no secondary growth.
Secondary growth:
Secondary growth is the increa...

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Uttam Patel

Mar 22, 2015

Write a short note on bulliform cells.

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Bulliform cells are the cell distributed between the epidermal cells of the leaf. They are responsible for storage of water. Bulliform cells help in rolling of leaves to prevent loss of water throug...

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Sagar Rachchh

Nov 24, 2014

Explain the xylem in endarch and exarch conditions.

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Answer (2)

Sagar Rachchh

Dec 5, 2014

What is obliterated central lumen?

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Sagar Rachchh

Dec 5, 2014

Differentiate between septate and aseptate xylem fibres.

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Sagar Rachchh

Dec 28, 2014

What is annual ring? Explain its formation.

Sol:

Annual ring is the alternation of spring wood and autumn wood in a concentric circle on the trunk

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Pranab Kumar Padhi

Jun 7, 2015

Explain about complex permanent tissues.

Sol:

Permanent tissues are the tissues which have lost the capacity to divide. They can be thin walled or thick walled and have permanent shape. Permanent tissues can be simple or permanent compl...

Answer (1)

Sagar Rachchh

Dec 5, 2014

Sclerenchymatous cells have thick cell walls. Explain the statement with a diagram.

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Sanalkumar S

Jan 9, 2015

Explain the process of secondary growth occurring in dicot plants. Why is secondary growth absent in monocots?

Sol:

Answer (1)

Sagar Rachchh

Jan 30, 2015

What is the role of cork cambium?

Sol:

Secondary growth is the increase in the girth of the stems and roots of plants. Secondary growth is brought about by lateral meristems, vascular and cork cambiums.

*During sec...

Answer (1)

Sanalkumar S

Nov 15, 2014

How does secondary growth occcur in roots of the monocot and dicot plants?

Sol:

Secondary growth is seen in dicots. Most monocots and herbaceous plants undergo little or no secondary growth.
Secondary growth:
Secondary growth is the increa...

Answer (1)

Uttam Patel

Mar 22, 2015

Write a short note on bulliform cells.

Sol:
Bulliform cells are the cell distributed between the epidermal cells of the leaf. They are responsible for storage of water. Bulliform cells help in rolling of leaves to prevent loss of water throug...

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