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what are leguminous plants?
WHY LEAF IS CALLED FOOD FACTORY OF THE PLANT ?
How would you test the presence of starch in leaves ?
WHAT IS NON GREEN PLANTS
what are the functions of guard cells in the leaves
Name a plant which has both autotrophic and heterotrophic mode of nutrition?
Why can't animals and human make food from carbon dioxide and water in the presence of light ?
why our body cannot make food from carbon-dioxide,water and minerals like plants do?
What is nutrition?What are its types ?
partial parasites are:
a) non green b) green c)either green or non green
what is photosynthesis ? write its equation?
why does pitcher plant feed on insects though it is green
Scientific name of pipal leaf,banana leaf,rose leaf,tulsi leaf,mango leaf, mint leaf, guava leaf, ashoka leaf,dalia leaf
Try growing a sweet potato just in water. Describe your experiment andobservations.
What is parasitic mode of nutrition? Give eg. Please its urgent......
why do farmers spread fertilisers and manures in the fields
define saprophytic nutrition
What is mesophyll cell ?
Which of the following is not a life process?
How does the exchange of gases take place in plants?
what are the examples of autotrophic and heterotrophic nutrition?
why do seeds need wet soil to germinate and grow into a big tree.Prove it
What are the differences between parasites and saprotrophs?
mushroom is also a plant, but cannot prepare its own food . however green plants can. why it is so?
how do non green plants prepare their food????
Why are vitamins necessary in the diet?
why do wet clothes take longer to dry on a rainy day?
what is the mode of nutrition in rafflesia ?
what is holozoic nutrition ?
Why are insectivores plants called as partial heterotrophs?
Take two potted plants of the same kind.Keep one in the dark (or in a black box)for 72 hours and the other in the sunlight. Perform iodine test with the leaves of both the plants.Now leave the pot which was earlier kept in the dark ,in the sunlight for 3-4 days and perform the iodine test again on its leaves.
4 examples of saprotrophs
in lichens , the chlorophyll containing partner is an _______
how do plants fulfill the requirement of nitrogen from the atmospere?explain.
why do insectivorous plants trap insects?
what is chloroplast? EXPLAIN BRIEFLY WITH DIAGRAM?
how does greenhouse regulate light water and CO2?
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are we and the other animals also parasites on the plant?
How are nutrients replenished in the soil
what is the function of chlorophyll?
what is the difference between total and partial parasites?
Why do lotus plant have hollow stem
Distinguish between parasites and partial parasites in plants, giving one example of each
Difference between algae and fungi ?
deep in the ocean light can hardly reach, yet there are plants like brown and red algae found here. how do you think they able to synthesis their food?
compose a poem about utility of plants
What are insectivorous plants??Give some examples...
What are the essential factors for photosynthesis?
what is the meaning of saprotrophic nutrition
where and in what form is food stored in the plants?
why plants do not need a digestive system like us?
WHY CANT PLANTS PREPARE FOOD WITHOUT CHLOROPHYLL?
the pitcher plant and venus flytrap are green plants that can photosynthesize.why do they need to feed on insects
sun is the ultimate source of energy for all living organisms . explain.....
What would happen if the leaves of a money plant are coated with oil.
what is peristalsis ?
PLANTS DO NOT HAVE A DIGESTIVE SYSTEM WHY IS IT NOT NECESSARY FOR THEM TO HAVE A DIGESTIVE SYSYTEM
Give some examples of saprotrophs plants?
If the pitcher plant is green and can perform photosynthesis, why does it feed on insects???????????
PLEASE ANS. QUICKLIY.GOT AN EXAM
what will happen ifyou apply a layer of oil on the surface of leaves ? how will it affect ythe plants
What is saprotrophic mode of nutrition and what are saprotrophs? Give answer in detail.
DIAGRAM OF GERMINATION OF SEEDS.
what is the importance of insectivorous plants?
why is nutrition important for a living organisms?
What is difference between Saprotrophs and Parasite ? Give examples too...
amarbel is an example of _____________ (a) autotroph (b) parasite (c) saprotroph
high oder thinking skills(hots)
1. can we call insectivorous plants as carnivores? Why or Why not?
2.Why are stomata generally found on the lower side of a leaf?
3. All meat is grass. Justify?
4. How will you test whether a leaf has photosynthesized or not?
WHAT IS THE DIFFIRENCE BETWEEN FERTILIZERS AND MANURE
what is yeast and how can it be called as a saprophyte
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