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Name any 20 unisexual and bisexual flowers.

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Oct 21, 2014

Groundnut plant bears flowers above the ground but groundnuts are produced under the soil. State the reason.

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What are the advantages of cross pollination?

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What is layering?

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Jan 20, 2015

Why are flowers attractive and have fragrance?

Flowers are the attractive part of the plant...thats why flowers get fragrant and ther are so colourful...... Thank you😊

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Keerthana Venkateswarlu

Dec 1, 2014

Name any 20 unisexual and bisexual flowers.

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Sradha Suman

Feb 2, 2014

Why do veins have thinner walls than arteries?

veins have thinner walls than arteries because blood flows at a high pressure in arteries but in veins the pressure of blood is not so high, that is why veins have thinnner walls than arteries

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Keerthana Venkateswarlu

Dec 10, 2014

What is spore formation?


Spore formation is a type of asexual reproduction which occurs mainly in non-flowering plants like in...

Answer (2)

Simran

Jan 9, 2015

Name the part of a flower that develops into a fruit.

IT IS OVARY

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Marliya

Mar 10, 2015

Write a short note on food chain. Give an example.

Answer.

Food Chain is a series of organisms each dependent on the next as a source of food. Example:
Grass - Rabbit - Cat - Dog - Tiger

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Bijay Kumar Mahapatr

Oct 21, 2014

Groundnut plant bears flowers above the ground but groundnuts are produced under the soil. State the reason.

Sol:
Groundnut belongs to the group of peas which possess legumes with a pod and seeds inside it. The groundnut plant comprises of following parts namely leaves, stem, flowers, roots, peg and the groundn...

Answer (1)

Garg

Jan 14, 2015

What are the advantages of cross pollination?

Sol:
Pollination is the process of transfer of pollen grains from anther and their deposition on he stigma of the flower. Pollination can be self-pollination or cross pollination.
*The transfer of...

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Keerthana Venkateswarlu

Dec 10, 2014

What is budding?

Budding is type of asexual reproduction which occurs in yeast 

 

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Arun prakash Puthanviddu

Dec 27, 2014

What is layering?

Sol:

Vegetative propagation

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Khushi

Jan 20, 2015

Why are flowers attractive and have fragrance?

Flowers are the attractive part of the plant...thats why flowers get fragrant and ther are so colourful...... Thank you😊

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