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Jowar is one of the important food and fodder cereal crops cultivated across India, Sorghum popularly known as “Jowar” in India. The...
Manoxylic wood is a type of gymnosperm wood has the low number of xylem cells in them. It has non-compacted wood with large pith cells. Pycoxylic...
Anal sphincter regulates the unabsorbed food , which releases it in small amounts into the small intestine. The exit of unabsorbed food material...
DNA (or deoxyribonucleic acid) is the molecule that carries the genetic information in all cellular forms of life and some viruses. A gene is the...
Crop variety improvement is the primary step to improving food crop production. It helps in the development of crops with desired traits such as...
Strip cropping is a practice of growing field crops in narrow strips either at right angles to the direction of the prevailing wind , or...
Fungi get their nutrition by absorbing organic compounds from the environment. They are saprophytic. Fungi are heterotrophic Fungi feed on dead...
In cockroaches, air enters the body through (iii) spiracles. Spiracles are breathing openings found on the surface of insects , certain...
Chasmogamous flowers are open flowers having exposed anthers and stigma. Chasmogamous flowers open at maturity. Lamium amplexicaule produces both...
Non - membranous organelles are not surrounded by a membrane such as Ribosomes and centrosomes, Membranous organelles are surrounded by a...
Money plant is most common in green or mustard colour. They are mostly used as a house plant for decorative purposes. The botanical name of the...
Answer: The gynoecium is the female reproductive organ and the last whorl of the flower. It is composed of pistils and occupies the central...
Floral primordia referred to the formation of little buds at the end of stems from which flower will develop. Primordium formation starts from...
Vacuoles are the membrane-bound organelle filled with water containing inorganic and organic molecules. A storage sac for solids and liquids...
SER stand for Smooth Endoplasmic Reticulum. SER is a membrane-bound network of tubules which function as the synthesis of lipids , steroids, and...
Xylem and phloem are examples of complex tisssue. Xylem is vascular tissue that transports water and dissolved minerals from roots to stems and...
Option C) Fertilisers and pesticides Fixed capital includes the assets and capital investments, such as property, plant, and equipment...
Circinate vernation is a coiled arrangement of leaves called fronds in fiddleheads of ferns .Circinate ptyxis can be define as the leaf folded...
Rose is the king of flowers. The rose is the flower of those born in June, and it is often called the Queen of Flowers. The rootstock like Rosa...
Scientific names of dog,cat,buffalo,fox,cow and ox are Dog - Canis lupus familiaris Cat - Felis catus Buffalo - Bubalus bubalis Fox - Vulpes Cow...

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