Some examples are slime mold, downy mildew, and water molds.Hope this helps!
the best light for plants is sun light , put your plants on the window stil or plant outside
we can do this technique by a proper method.first we have to take the cut part of a root stem n then grind it by machine n then spread this solution on chromatographic paper ......when the paper becomes dry we can see the transition of different colours...
Most of the chromatographic techniques are meant to characterize and study the molecules in different states.
the quotient of p and 4, decreased by 320
Mitochondria and chloroplasts likely evolved from engulfed prokaryotes that once lived as independent organisms. At some point, a eukaryotic cell engulfed an aerobic prokaryote, which then formed an endosymbiotic relationship with the host eukaryote, gradually developing into a mitochondrion...
In desert plants the root hairs are more sensitive for water absorption and can absorb water at times from the moist air present in the porous soil. The root hairs of tropical rain forest plants absorb only capillary water present in the soil.
Red and blue wavelengths have the greatest impact on plant growth. green is least effective.
Chloroplasts are membrane bound organelles in plant cells that contain chlorophyll, which absorbs red light and uses it to hydrolyse water to oxygen gas and hydrogen ions. These hydrogen ions pass through the electron transport chain, which is a sequence of membrane proteins which use the...
because when you mix the sugar it will burn the potato
Aphids are small, soft-bodied insects with long slender mouthparts that they use to pierce stems, leaves, and other tender plant parts and suck out fluids. Almost every plant has one or more aphid species that occasionally feed on it.
To meet the different climate and regions of the world.
2. they have modified leaves that trap insects.
Seeds are enclosed in fruits. Leaves are usually broad and flat.Flowers are presentbut cones are absent.Fertilization Is double.Angiosperms are divided into two major groups ....1. Monocotyledons2. DicotyledonsIn angiosperms, the reproductive structures are located in the flower, which consists of...
Energy is a very broad term. But yes overall it's a fuel for your body
insects usually dont eat zooplankton. They eat algae.
When you give a plant sugar (through soil), its roots will absorb it, and will be transported from the vascular tissues to the leaves. There are 2 types of vascular tissues: Xylem (which transports water and minerals), and Phloem (which transports sugar). Although the type of sugar matters....
First, the plant undergoes photosynthesis, as normal. Once the glucose is produced, it is turned into starch through a process called polymerization. This happens in the organelle known as the amyloplast. Once the amyloplast has turned the glucose into starch, it moves the starch to the...
Typically the roots will grow from the seeds.
The single root that develops from the seed (or from the base of astem, in the case of ferns) is called the primary root. In somespecies, the primary root thickens and becomes the principal rootof the plant. This kind of root system (found, for example, incarrot plants) is known as a taproot system....
Yes, plants use energy stored in ATP molecules to produce sugar molecules from carbon dioxide
Indus valley has seasonal changes at different times of the year, therefore, farmers plant different crops at different times.
I think you have misunderstood something. If a leaf is under water, it will still photosynthesise and produce oxygen as long as there is sufficient light. If there is no light it will just respire, consuming oxygen, whether or not it is in water.
There are cells that make up a leaf. The specific cells that make up a leaf are called Parenchyma, Collenchyma, and Sclerenchyma. Thes all have a function in the leaf.
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The pasque flower blooms in the spring and the summer.
The main parts of a plant cell are the 1) ribosomes, which produce proteins; 2) mitochondria, which convert energy stored in food to energy which the cell can use to live and function properly; 3) chloroplasts, which capture energy from the sun and converts it into energy that the cell can...
is the so called artic desert zone, which includes most of the islands of the artic ocean and the sea coast of the taymyr penisula
They are called heterotrophic cells.
Yes you can because they are not dangerous.
Cotton does not produce well in soil of high organic matter. A lighter sandier soil is better for cotton. Cotton can also withstand high temperatures and loves full sunlight during its growing season. Cotton is grown on different types of soils, such as sandy loam, clay loam, black cotton...
The function of the cell wall is to help protect and support the cell.
I have a yellow hibiscus that produces four-pedalled flowers on one side of the plant on various stems!
There are many such plants that do not produce seed therefore reproduction in such plants take place through vegetative propagation . There are different methods like tissue culture - used mainly on flowering plants cutting - rose plant, banana plants layering - hibiscus jasmine...
Water lilies and cattails grow in water.
The most complex structure of natural product compounds, easily synthesized or synthetic high cost; active ingredients decompose, preparations are complicated and difficult to standardize; most of the efficacy of botanical pesticides are slow, leading some farmers to believe that the use of...
Aloe vera juice is not bad for our kidneys, if taken in moderate amount. It rather works as an anti-oxidant and hence helps in maintaining better body metabolism.
Yes depending on how long they have stayed in the grocery store or not. since mushrooms are propagated by mainly by their spores, there is a possibility of extracting the spores from the fruiting body (the mushroom) but this usually requires some technical expertise. However in relating to your...
Joe watered the garden; the plants did not grow. You can't have an "and", as ";" replaces a conjunction. (and)
No scarcity of water No lack of structural support
To speed up osmosis root hair cells have a large surface area. Root hair cells absorb water and minerals from surrounding soil.
1.papaya tree 2. banana tree 3. traveler's palm These are the most seen commonly available trees in Philippines.
First, you need an overall plan for the space. Then, choose plants that grow easily in your area, or which are native to make maintenance easier. These can be perennials (come back year after year) or annuals (just bloom this year, may reseed). Some people plan so that there is a design in...
A botanist. Also, landscapers, genetic engineers, gardeners, and archaeologists work with plants, both dead and alive.
catalysthydrogensodiumcorrosion means when a plant is cold it stores water in the stem and if its really cold it frezzes ans has to close 0off cold by
When plants don't get enough water or sunlight, they begin to wilt and die. I hope this answered your question! :)
Plants belong to the kingdom Plantae. Animals belong to the kingdom Animalia. Plant cells do not have lysosomes and centrioles.
how can make model on natural vegetation
guard cells mesophyll cellsouter membrane
plant cells and plant-like protists contain chloroplasts.
It is used in fever, cold, cough & so on.
Aloe Vera juice is gluten free.
There are some ways in which plant cells and animal cells differ. Plant cells contain a cell wall whereas animals cells only have a cell membrane. Plant cells contain chloroplasts for photosynthesis whereas animal cells do not. Plant cells have a large central vacuole for water storage...
== Well if you mean sunflower seeds you cant use youre teeth without even braking im very used to it myself i havent broken a sedd in months == === If you are talking about a different seed i dont know wich one youre talking a bout you need to bve more specific ===
Impatiens, Hydrangea, sunflowers and peonies are the plants which needed a neutral pH soil.
Nonvascular plants do not have xylem and phloem, only vascular plants have xylem and phloem.False, they do only vascular plants have the xylem and phloem in their unique plant body here it is tada!!!
Astral bodies appear in animal cells during cell cycle not in plant cells.
Epsom salt is not actually salt but a natural mineral compound of about 10 percent magnesium and about 13 percent sulfur-often referred to as magnesium-sulfate. Epsom salt is highly soluble and easily taken in by plants when combined with water and sprayed on leaves. As a soil additive,...
Epidermal cell helps in protection, absoption and gaseous exchange.
Well it really depends what plant and detergent in reference. Some detergents can actually be used to fight and kill off pest of plants and some can not. A prime example of a particular type of detergent that can be made and diluted with water is dish soap of any kind to spray the leaves, stems and...
water Lilies, willows and bulrush and maybe more but i cannot think of right now...
it was too basic for the new generation of species that exist on the earth today
As in you this is called the epidermis. On top of that is a waxy cuticle that further protects the plant and also retains moister.
Respiration and photosynthesis are two seoarate processes, so reversing photosynthesis would not give you respiration.However the two processes are in some ways the reverse of each other. Photosynthesis uses CO2 and produces O2. Respiration uses O2 and produces CO2.
Carnivorous plants must produce seeds like most plants. However, pollinating insects would be eaten by the plants if their flowers were close to the ground. To prevent this, several carnivorous plants have low-growing traps and high flowers. Cephalotus, the Australian pitcher plant, is a wonderful...
it can and then it turns it into oxygen
"Plants" do not possess a diaphragm and thus lack the ability to "inhale", rather they use pores on the surface of the leaf called Stomates. Being able to open and close according to external conditions, Stomates allow plants to exchange airborne gases and play a crucial role in respiration.
Vitamin B6 has a function in the in vivo antioxidant defense of plants. The antioxidant activity of vitamin B6 inferred from in vitro studies is confirmed in planta. Together with the finding that chloroplasts contain vitamin B6 compounds, vitamin B6 functions as a photoprotector that limits...
In an experiment plants watered with the B 12 mixture not only had germinated but also had well-formed roots coming out the sides. The B12 trays were eight inches tall and had 12 or 13 leaves. The other trays were only half as tall and had only three or four leaves. In other...
They get stuck and clog the pipes.
Desert flowers .
Succulents, cactus, anemone.
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The iris is also a desert plant in Israel and Pakistan..
~Desert flowers are known as xerographic plants, they have the ability to survive without water for long periods of time due to their Dicotic, extra vascular potentials...
You can find images for the parts of a flower by simply googling them. The parts of the flower are the pollen, stamen which includes the anther and filament, sepal, petal, the carpel which includes the stigma, style, and ovary, ovule, and the stem.
Plankton refers to any seabound organism that can't swim against the current, drifters. Phytoplankton Phytoplankton are minute (extremely small) plants that float on the surface or in the sunlight zone. They live up here because they use the sun to get energy. This proces known as...
They may sprout but they are grown during the spring and summer.
Dr. Pauline Ladiges is best known for resolving uncertainties about the naming of Australia's important group of trees. The group of trees are called the eucalypts.
The first person to plant a peanut plant is Sheala McWilliams - Brigham and Alexis Wallen from Peoria, Arizona