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Identifying Characteristics of Sub-family Papilionoideae

Identifying characteristics of the sub family Papilionoideae: Root: Nodule present in root. Leaf: Pinnately compound or imperipinnate, leaf base is usually swollen. Flower: Papilionacious, zygomorphic,......

Identifying Characteristics of the Family Leguminosae

Here identify characteristics of the family leguminosae along with essential figures and a suitable example: i) Plant: Herbs, shrubs or trees, rarely creepers ii) Root:......

Identifying Characteristics of the Family Solanaceae

Here point out identifying characteristics of the family Solanaceae: i) Plant: Usually shrub or herb ii) Leaf: Simple and stipule-less. iii) Calyx: 5 sepals united......

Describe on Deuteromycetes Fungi

Deuteromycetes commonly known as imperfect fungi because only the asexual or vegetative phases of these fungi are known. When the sexual forms of these fungi......

Describe on Basidiomycetes Fungi

Basidiomycetes Fungi are commonly known forms of basidiomycetes are mushrooms, bracket fungi or puffballs. They grow in soil, on logs and tree stumps and in......

Explain on Ascomycetes Fungi

Ascomycetes Fungi are commonly known as sac-fungi, the ascomycetes are unicellular, ememple: yeast (Sacharomyces) or multicellular, Penicillium. They are saprophytic. Decomposers, parasitic or coprophilous (growing......

Explain on Phycomycetes Fungi

Members of phycomycetes are found in aquatic habitats and on decaying wood in moist and damp places or as obligate parasites on plants. The mycelium......

Describe on Kingdom Fungi

The fungi constitute a unique kingdom of heterotrophic organisms. They show a great diversity in morphology and habitat. When your bread develops a mould or......

Gametophytic Generation

Hapliod spore is the first cell of gametophic generation. It’s performed by the following steps: (a) Formation of prothallus: Each spore (n) germinates in favorable......

Identifying Characteristics of Malvaceae Family

Here identifying characteristics of Malvaceae family along with essential figures and one suitable example: (i) Plant: Usually shrub and tender part of the plant contains......

Formation of Gametophytic Plant

Germination of spore and formation of gametophytic plant: (i) The spore germinates in favourable conditions. (ii) At the beginning of germination the exine of spore......

Description of Fern Sorus

Fern Sorus: Definition: The kidney shaped sporangia growing in a group on the ventral surface of a fern leaf are called fern sori. Position: They......

What is Alternation of Generation of Moss?

Alternation of generation: When the repeatation of haploid (n) generation or gametophytic generation or sexual generation and diploid (2n) generation or sporophytic generation or asexual......

Fertilization and Asexual Reproduction of Moss

Fertilization: (i) At the matured stage, neck canal cells and venter canal cells eventually fuse making a canal. This canal is usually filled up with......

Explain Archegonium or Female Reproductive Organ of Moss

Archegonium or Female reproductive organ: (i) Archegonia, remaining at the tip of the plant are surrounded by pericatial leaves and paraphyses (ii) Each archegonium is......