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Question number: 81

» Angiosperms » Systematics

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Appeared in Year: 2013

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Write the botanical name, family and part used of each of the following: Carrot (Paper 1, Section B)

Question number: 82

» Phanerogams » Gymnosperms

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Write brief and critical notes on the following: Affinities of Gymnosperms with Angiosperms (Paper 1, Section B)

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  • The plants are woody and perennial.

  • The stele is eustelic. Secondary growth as in dicots. The secondary wood may be manoxylic or pycnoxylic.

  • The vascular tissue is well developed, but vessels are absent (except in Gnetum). Phloem is devoid of companion cells.

  • Both are heterosporic and endosporic.

  • Megaspore is retained in the meg

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Question number: 83

» Cryptogams » Pteridophytes

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Discuss briefly the following: Importance of Heterospory (Paper 1, Section A)

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  • Heterospory is the production of spores of two different sizes and sexes by the sporophytes of land plants.
  • The condition of the production of two kinds of dissimilar spores, differing in shape and size in the same species is termed Heterospory.
  • Two types of spore producing structures in heterosporous species are microsporangia and macrosporang

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Question number: 84

» Cryptogams » Fungi

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Differentiate between the following: Holocarpic and Eucarpic fungi (Paper 1, Section –A)

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In fungi, asexual reproduction is predominant and is depending upon the involvement of the entire thallus or a part of thallus, the fungi may be Holocarpic or Eucarpic.

Difference between Holocarpic and Eucarpic

Table showing the Difference between Holocarpic and Eucarpic

Holocarpic

Eucarpic

In Holocarpic fungi, the entire thallus gets converted into one or more reproductive bodies.

In Eucarpic fungi, only a part of the thallus is involved in the development of reproductive organs and remaining thallus remains vegetative.

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Question number: 85

» Plant Utility and Exploitation » Ethnobotany

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Appeared in Year: 2013

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Write short notes on the following: Ethnobotany (Paper 1, Section B)

Explanation

  • Ethnobotany is the branch of ethnobiology and is the scientific study of the interrelationship between people and plants.

  • Ethnobotany is the science of people’s interactions with plants.

  • In Ethnobotany, ethno means study of people and botany means study of plants.

  • The term Ethnobotany was coined in 1895, by J. M. Harshberger, an Ame

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Question number: 86

» Angiosperms » Systematics

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Write the botanical name, family and part used of each of the following: Castor (Paper 1, Section B)

Question number: 87

» Phanerogams » Coniferrals

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Make a comparison of the following: Long shoot and dwarf shoot of Pinus (Paper 1, Section B)

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Long shoot of Pinus versus Dwarf shoot of Pinus

Table showing the Long shoot of Pinus versus Dwarf shoot of Pinus

Long shoot of Pinus

Dwarf shoot of Pinus

Long shoot also called as branches of unlimited growth or long laterals.

Dwarf shoot also called as branches of limited growth or short laterals.

Long shoots contain apical bud.

Dwarf shoots are devoid of any apical bud.

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Question number: 88

» Angiosperms » Systematics

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Write the botanical name, family and part used of each of the following: Areca nut (Paper 1, Section B)

Question number: 89

» Microbiology and Plant Pathology » Bacteria

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Discuss briefly the following: Endospore formation in bacteria and its significance (Paper 1, Section A)

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  • An endospore is an extremely resistant dormant cell structure produced by some bacterial species.

  • Endospore means; endo means inside and spore means to the dormant structure, so the endospore is a structure formed inside the cell.

  • There are many examples of endospore forming bacteria.

  • The two most common are Clostridium and Bacillus.

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