Secondary growth is present in:
Secondary growth occurs when dicot stems and roots grow wider. Frequently, this involves the development of a woody stem, which arises from a combination of the activities of the stem’s vascular cambium and cork meristem tissues.
Leaves of rose plant show reticulate venation. So which group does rose plant belong to?
Identifying feature/s of a dicot angiosperm is:
Characteristics of dicots are as follows:
Sunflower has how many petals or its multiples?
Sunflower is a pentamerous flower having five or multiple of five petals.
Which feature is shared by both angiosperms and gymnosperms?
Examples of dicot plants are:
The leaves in dicot plants show
Angiosperms that bear parallel venation in leaves and fibrous roots are called:
Identify the right option describing the seeds present in Gymnosperms.
How many petals or its multiples are found in pentamerous flowers?
The reproductive part of an angiospermic plant is:
Plants that have naked embryos and vascular tissue are called:
Trimerous flowers are found in:
Which of the following is the odd member in the group?
In the given options, Rice, Maize, Wheat all are grains. But the Potato is not a grain, it is considered as a vegetable. So here, the odd one is potato.
A flower has nine petals. Deduce which group its plant belongs to?
The flower has nine petals ( a multiple of three) . This is a characteristic of Monocot group.