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ANGIOSPERMIC FAMILIES

Scheme of Description of families Technical terms of Flowers Bracteate: Bract is small leaf in axils of which flower arises. If bract present it is called bracteate, if absent it is called ebracteate Pedicillate: Pedicel is present Sessile: Pedicel absent Bracteate: Bract is present

SHORT QUESTIONS OF MORPHOLOGY

What is inflorescence? What is its advantage for plant? Ans: A group of flower is called inflorescence. Most flowers develop inflorescence. Small ilower are inconspicuous. They collect together to form inflorescence to attract insects. Differentiate between racemose and cymose inflorescences. Ans: The inflorescence in

SUBJECTIVE QUESTION OF MORPHOLOGY

.What is racemose inflorescence? Give its types. . What is cymose inflorescence? Give its types. .What is compound inflorescence? Give its types. .What is mixed inflorescence? Give its examples. Describe different types of special inflorescences. Describe types of simple dry fruits. Describe different types

DEFINITIONS AND KEY POINTS OF MORPHOLOGY

Inflorescence A group of flower is called inflorescence. Simple inflorescence -The inflorescence in which branching of the main axis or peduncle is racemose or cymose is called simple inflorescence. Racemose inflorescence ‘Elie inflorescence in which main axis develops lateral flowers and continues to grow

MORPHOLOGICAL CHARACTERS OF FRUITS

The ripend overy containing seeds is called fruit. some fruits are without seeds for example banana. These fruits are called parthencarpic. A. Simple Fruits The fruits formed from a single flower with gynoecium monocarpellary or polycat–pillary and syncarpous is called simple fruit. The simple

Morphological characters of Inflorescence & types

A group of flower is called inflorescence. Most flowers develop scorpioid cyme inflorescence. Small flower are inconspicuous. They collect together to form inflorescence to attract insects. The main axis of inflorescence is called peduncle. A long unbranched leafless peduncle arising from the ground level

SHORT QUESTIONS OF MORPHOLOGY AND PHYTOGRAPH

 Differentiate between tap and adventitious roots. AnS: The root directly arise(‘ frOrn the seed is called tap iout. The roots arised from the stems or sometimes lea es arc called ad‘entitious roots.  Differentiate between fibrous tap roots and tuberous tap roots. Ans:  The long