Plasmolysis in plants - Transport in plants

Transport in Plants

Transport in Plants Plants perform the process of transportation in different ways in both short distance as well as long distances. The long-distance transport occurs mainly through vascular tissues (i.e., xylem, and phloem) and the process is called translocation. Over small distances, materials move through diffusion, cytoplasmic streaming, and active Read more…

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Sexual Reproduction in Flowering Plants

Sexual Reproduction in Flowering Plants The flower is the reproductive part of a plant. In papaya, the flower is unisexual and contains either stamen or pistil and it may be bisexual as in mustard, and hibiscus. Parts of flower – sepals, petals, stamens, and pistils. Calyx – consisting of sepals, Read more…

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Floral diagram and formula of family Solanaceae

Floral Diagram and formula

Floral  Diagram and Formula Floral Diagram: The diagram that illustrates the relative position and number of parts present in each whorl in a flower is termed the floral diagram. It provides information about the number of parts of a flower, their arrangement, and the relation they share. The diagram is Read more…

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The Fruit - Morphology

The Fruit – Morphology of Flowering Plants

The Fruit – Morphology The fruit is a characteristic feature of flowering plants. It is a mature or ripened ovary that develops after fertilization. Sometimes fruit also develops without fertilization, which is called a parthenocarpic fruit. Type of fruits: parthenocarpic fruit: The fruit develops without fertilization, and it is a Read more…

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