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Surya rao Sripathi

Jan 31, 2014

Compare the characteristics of Thallophyta, bryophyta and Pteridophyta.

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Sanalkumar S

Mar 19, 2015

What is protonema? What role does it play in the life cycle of Funaria? 

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Gametophyte stage has two substages namely protonema and  leafy stage. 
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Rajat Kapur

Jul 20, 2014

Please define me secondary protonima ?     ( When it is produced and from where )

Protonema

in mosses, part of the gametophyte that develops from the spores (primary protonema) or from the rhizoids, stems, and leaves (secondary protonema). The protonemata of leafy mosses are sha...

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NextGurukul Guest User

Sep 30, 2017

Give difference between protonema and prothallus

Protonema and prothallus are two structures of primitive plants. The main difference between protonema and prothallus is that protonema is the first stage of development of mosses and liverworts whereas prothal...

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Adithyan Sanal

May 6, 2015

State two reasons as why a moss plant is unable to complete its life cycle in a dry environment. 

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Mosses are primitive plants belonging to Division Bryophyta which live in damp and shady places.
Mosses are primitive plants which do not possess all the structures that angiosperms do.Mosses...

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Depict the parts of the human stomach with a neat labelled diagram. 

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Mar 30, 2014

Why are bryophytes are called Amphibians of the plant kingdom

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Adithyan Sanal

May 5, 2015

Mention some of the factors on which imbibition depends on.

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Imbibition is type of diffusion by which especially solids swell due to entry of water from the outside environment. Swelling of dry seeds is an example of imbibition.The substance that imbibes wate...

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Cytotaxonomy?

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Mary Babu

Jun 25, 2015

DISTINGUISH MICROPHYLL MACROPHYLL AND SPOROPHYLL

microphyll- a type of plant leaf with one single unbranched leaf vien e.g. in moss
macrophyll- leaf with more than one vein associated with a gap in central stele  Als...

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Surya rao Sripathi

Jan 31, 2014

Compare the characteristics of Thallophyta, bryophyta and Pteridophyta.

This answer has an image. Please click on the question to read more.

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Sanalkumar S

Mar 19, 2015

What is protonema? What role does it play in the life cycle of Funaria? 

Sol:
Gametophyte stage has two substages namely protonema and  leafy stage. 
a) Protonema: Protonema is a structure formed by germination of spores. This is termed to be...

Answer (1)

Rajat Kapur

Jul 20, 2014

Please define me secondary protonima ?     ( When it is produced and from where )

Protonema

in mosses, part of the gametophyte that develops from the spores (primary protonema) or from the rhizoids, stems, and leaves (secondary protonema). The protonemata of leafy mosses are sha...

Answer (2)

NextGurukul Guest User

Sep 30, 2017

Give difference between protonema and prothallus

Protonema and prothallus are two structures of primitive plants. The main difference between protonema and prothallus is that protonema is the first stage of development of mosses and liverworts whereas prothal...

Answer (1)

Adithyan Sanal

May 6, 2015

State two reasons as why a moss plant is unable to complete its life cycle in a dry environment. 

Sol:
Mosses are primitive plants belonging to Division Bryophyta which live in damp and shady places.
Mosses are primitive plants which do not possess all the structures that angiosperms do.Mosses...

Answer (1)

Adithyan Sanal

May 5, 2015

Depict the parts of the human stomach with a neat labelled diagram. 

This answer has an image. Please click on the question to read more.

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Kasi

Mar 30, 2014

Why are bryophytes are called Amphibians of the plant kingdom

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Adithyan Sanal

May 5, 2015

Mention some of the factors on which imbibition depends on.

Sol:
Imbibition is type of diffusion by which especially solids swell due to entry of water from the outside environment. Swelling of dry seeds is an example of imbibition.The substance that imbibes wate...

Answer (1)

Kasi

Mar 30, 2014

Cytotaxonomy?

~~Cytotaxonomy is the branch of biology dealing with the relationships and classification of organisms using comparative studies of chromosomes.

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Mary Babu

Jun 25, 2015

DISTINGUISH MICROPHYLL MACROPHYLL AND SPOROPHYLL

microphyll- a type of plant leaf with one single unbranched leaf vien e.g. in moss
macrophyll- leaf with more than one vein associated with a gap in central stele  Als...

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