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give 10 examples for herbs , shrubs,climbers ,creepers
Can you give five examples of Herbs, Shrubs, Trees, Creepers, Climbers, Edible stems and Edible root?
I would expect some common ones which I have heard of.
Is grass a shrub or herb ?
Is a bush a shrub or a herb ?
difference between herbs,shrubs and trees? (5 points)
pls give me five examples of creepers and climbers (indian plants only). thanks
Is grape a creeper or climber? because in the solution of lets review its given that grape vine is a climber but in the video it is given grape is a climber.
name 2 examples of creepers and 2 examples of climbers
names of some plants having reticulate and parallel venation
Roots may not always perform the function of anchorage and absorption . Give examples to Justify.
what are the examples of herbs,shrubs,trees,creepers and climbers?
Is Tulsi plant a herb or a shrub?
please give me five examples of creepers and climbers
Which of the followingare taproot?
What is the difference between apical and axillary buds?
maize is a herb or a shrub ?
is money plant a climber or a creeper?please answer me as i am having my science exam tommorrow.
how many petalsand sepals are there in jasmine,rose,lotus,balsam, and what are their colours?
Is bitter gourd a climber or creepeer
what is parallel venation?
what is reticulate venation
Hots Questions: Think and answer.
1. Is a small mango plant a herb? Give reasons.
2. Someflowers are not pollinated by insects but by wind. Do you think such flowers are as attractive as insect - pollinated ones?
3. How is making of food for the plant by the leaf different from making of food for you in the kichen?
difference betwwen tap root and fibrous root
how is sunflower not a single flower but a group of flowers?why?
What type of plant (herb, shrub, tree, creeper, climber) is
d) aloe vera
the following leaves have reticulate venation?
tulsi, maize, grass, coriander (dhania), China rose
The stem of the cactus plant is fleshy and green. Justify.
medicinal plants in our surroundings and their uses
Why do most leaves hae aflat and broad surface? Explain.
Name of plant having simple leaf and compound leaf along with diagram.
Could u plz tell me some examples of creepers , climbers , herbs , shrubs and trees. I will be grateful if u make it a little quick. T
why is the use of jute and cotton bags being encouraged these days? give 1 point to support your answer
Which type of roots does the coconut tree have?
Name two plants in which food is stored in the stem
how was earth formed?
is the fleshy underground part of the ginger plant a root or a stem?
HOW TO MAKE SURE WHITHOUT CUTTING ITS ROOT THAT IT IS A (i) Tap root OR (ii) Fibrous root ?? ...
write definations or describe all the parts of a flower with diagram . i mean all the parts like - anther , filament , ovary , pistil petal etc.
What is the difference between petiole and pedicel?
ARE POTATOES AND GINGERS HAVE FIBROUS ROOTS OR TAP ROOTS????
name some climbers and creepers.
Why do we need to bleach a leaf before starch test? Please answer as fast as you can, my exams are coming.
will u call a small mango plant a herb, shrub or a ?tree
Why the leaf is boiled in alcohol over a water bath for iodine test?
WHAT ARE NARROW TUBES PRESENT IN STEMS CALLED. PLEASE EXPLAIN IN DETAIL
What kind of venation does a banana leaf have?
what is the name of leaf venation of ashoka tree?
If a plant
has fibrous roots, what type of venation are its leaves likely to
What is the main difference between Herbs and Shrubs?
Q 1. Seema has grown a gourd plant in her kitchen garden.
While growing, the plant produces some soft thread-like
Coiled structures. What are these structures and why does
The gourd plant produce them?
explain why the leaf is called the food factory of the plant?
How to know about the root type of a plant by simply looking at its leaf venation
what is venation??????
Which venation is found in the cactus leaf ?
Plants reproduce sexually through flowers. I know that pedicle- style, thalamus- ovary but I am not sure with these two but I know that androecium- stamen, gynoecium- pistil but I don't know that what are calyx and coolla. Can anybody tell me the answer and make me sure with all of these, please.
HOT QUESTION : THINK AND ANSWER
1) Plants take in oxygen and give out carbon dioxide during respiration all the time. all the time. why do we then say taht plants supply oxygen to the air?
2) A car 'eats' fuel, 'breathes' air, 'excretes' smoke and 'moves' from place to place. Why is it not considered to be living?
3) Are living things matter?
4) Why does the population of animals living in jungles not increase as quickly as the human population does?
5) Cells are made up of molecules. Why then do we say that the structural unit of a living things is a cell, and not a molecule?
what is anther ?
How do plants with weak stem survive in nature?
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