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How to do Chromatographic technique to study root stem transition?
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...
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In external standard method we run a standard for the substance we are looking for in our sample and than run our sample in the same conditions. we will obtain peaks for… the sample and standards and can correlate the sample with the standards and can determine the concentration of the same in our sample. for more details contact vani2007
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the diffrence is that one is above the ground and the other on top. They also have different purpasis.
the word transition comes from two words. "transfer" and "position". Example: Today is the transition of his position to become the president of the Philippines. Meaning to sa…y, he change or adjust. i hope it works! Godbless!
Main parts of the plants
The root system is a an organ of plant which is usually found below the goround
It is the root of the plant.
Most of the chromatographic techniques are meant to characterize and study the molecules in different states.
The main differences between root and stem are: Roots develop from the radicle of embryo but stem develops from its plumule and epicotyl of embryo. The root is descending ax…is of plant whereas stem is ascending axis of the plant. Roots are non green and non photosynthetic except few aquatic plant but young stems are green and photosynthetic. Nodes and internodes are not found in roots but nodes and internodes are found on stem. Root does not bear buds whereas buds are present on stem. Roots are negatively phototropic but stems are positively phototropic. Roots are positively geotropic whereas stems are negatively geotropic. Roots are positively hydrotropic but stems are negatively hydrotropic
cabbage is a root
Yes, for example Bryophytes have no defined root, stem and leaves. Still they are regarded as plants.
Generally roots are positively geotrophic and stems are phototrophic and bear leaves.
no because a root word is a form of a word after all affixes and a transition word is a word that connects 2 thoughts