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NEETPrep student
2 years ago | Botany | Anatomy of Flowering Plants
  • 567 explanation please
NEETPrep student
5 months ago
  • Taeniophyllum

NEETPrep student
2 years ago | Botany | Anatomy of Flowering Plants
  • can anyone post the plant kingdom in a flow chart manner
parth
10 months ago
  • Plant kingdom divided into 

    Algae , bryophytes , Pteridophytes , Angiosperms , Gymnosperms... Now Algae divided into 3 parts

    Chlorophyceae (green algae) 

    Bryophyceae (Brown algae)

    Phyophyceae (Red algae)

    Baaki sab fatafat NCERT me on sab ka chota SA description study kar lo.

NEETPrep student
2 years ago | Botany | Anatomy of Flowering Plants
  • all types of placentation??
NEETPrep student
2 years ago
  • 5 types 1) marginal 2) axile 3)parital 4)central or free central and last is basal
NEETPrep student
2 years ago | Botany | Anatomy of Flowering Plants
  • what is phylloclades
NEETPrep student
2 years ago
  • A phylloclades is a stem modified to perform the function of a leaf in some xerophytic plants.
NEETPrep student
2 years ago | Botany | Anatomy of Flowering Plants
  • describe about aggregate fruits with example?
NEETPrep student
2 years ago
  • a fruit formed from several carpels derived from the same flower, e.g. a raspberry.
NEETPrep student
2 years ago | Botany | Anatomy of Flowering Plants
  • A group of loosely arranged achlorophyllous or colourless parenchymatous cells of hydathode?
NEETPrep student
2 years ago
  • Each hydathode is formed of colourless cells, and appears as stomata-like pores in the epidermis or epithem, also known as ‘transfer tissue’. The cells of epithem are soft and made of loosely arranged thin-walled parenchyma cells and without chloroplast, and are involved in absorption and secretion. I think it's correct..
NEETPrep student
2 years ago | Botany | Anatomy of Flowering Plants
  • Grittiness in some fruits is due to the presence of..??
NEETPrep student
a year ago
  • Brachysclereids

     

Omkar Jilla
a year ago | Botany | Anatomy of Flowering Plants
  • at 08:37

     

    how is it equivalent to quiscent stage if its dividing(though slow, but it is yet DIVIDING )

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NEETprep
a year ago
Omkar Jilla
a year ago | Botany | Anatomy of Flowering Plants
  • sir anticlinal and periclinal nhi smja, we are unable to imagine the perpendicular and parellel divisions u r talking abt;

     

    sir ispe ek animation bna dete to clear hojata

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NEETprep
a year ago
  • Request you to watch that part of video again if not done already. Sir is saying that for perpendicular and parallel division the reference is shoot surface. So imagine the shoot surface first and then think of perpendicular and parallel direction to shoot surface. Hopefully, you should be able to imagine then. 

    Sorry, we can't provide animation here. 

Bhumi
a year ago | Botany | Anatomy of Flowering Plants
  • how can xylem and phloem constitute ground tissue system ??

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NAINSHEET
a year ago
  • Xylem and phloem does not constitute ground tissue. It is a vascular tissue, not ground tissue