A fern differs from a moss in having
Fern (pteridophyte) differs from a moss s(bryophyte) in having independent gametophyte, while in moss the sporophyte is simpler than the gametophyte and remains attached to the parent gametophyte throughout its life. This sporophyte is dependent upon gametophyte partially or wholly for its nutrition.
Female cone of Pinus is a
Modified long shoot
Modified dwarf shoot
Development of an embryo without fertilization is called as
Which of the following floral parts forms pericarp after fertilization?
Which one of the following is linked to the discovery of bordeaux mixture as a popular fungicide?
Bacterial leaf blight of rice
Downy mildew of grapes
Loose smut of wheat
Black rust of wheat
Unisexuality of flowers prevents
Autogamy, but not geitonogamy
Both geitonogamy and xenogamy
Geitonogamy, but not xenogam
Autogamy and geitonogamy