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Question number: 686

» Reproduction » Sexual Reproduction in Flowering Plants » Development of Endosperm and Embryo

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Which of the following workers are related as ecologist, palaeobotanist and embryologist?

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a.

R. Mishra, B. Sahni, P. Maheshwari

b.

P. Maheshwari, R. Mishra, B. Sahni

c.

B. Sahni, R. Mishra, P. Maheshwari

d.

B. Sahni, P, Maheshwari, R, Mishra

Question number: 687

» Reproduction » Reproduction in Organisms » Vegetative Propagation in Plants

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New Banana plants develop from

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Rhizome

b.

Seed

c.

Sucker

d.

Stolon

Question number: 688

» Ecology and Environment » Environmental Issues » Air Pollution and Its Control

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Lichens are important in the studies on atmospheric pollution because they

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a.

Can grow in polluted atmosphere.

b.

Can readily multiply in polluted atmosphere.

c.

Efficiently purify the amtmosphere.

d.

Are very sensitive to pollutants like sulphur dioxide.

Question number: 689

» Ecology and Environment » Ecosystem » Patterns, Components

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When one organism is benefited without affecting the others it is called as

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Commensalisms

b.

Parasitism

c.

Saprophytism

d.

Symbiosis

Question number: 690

» Human Physiology » Excretory Products and Their Elimination » Regulation of Kidney Function

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In which of the following ways does the blood leaving the glomerulus of a mammalian kidney tubule differ from the blood entering the glomerulus?

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It has a lower concentration of crystalloids.

b.

It has a lower concentration of plasma proteins.

c.

It has a higher concentration of crystalloids.

d.

It contains fewer corpuscles per unit volume.

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