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1. 10 Major Methods of Fossilization

2. 3 Types of Permanent Tissues and Functions

3. Adaptations of Desert Animals and Plants

4. Advantages and Disadvantages of Transpiration

5. Aerobic Respiration Equation in Plants

6. Algae Classification and Characteristics

7. Artificial Vegetative Propagation Process

8. Biofertilizers and Biopesticides in Sustainable Agriculture

9. Botanical Description of Maize (With Diagram)

10. Characteristics of Vascular Tissue in Plants

11. Description of a Pea Plant (With Diagram)

12. Diversity in Plant Life Explained With Diagram

13. Example of Protista Kingdom Classification

14. Extraction from Plant Samples

15. Factors Affecting Photosynthesis in Plants

16. Floral Formula and Diagram (Labelled)

17. Four Main Types of Vascular Bundle (With Diagram)

18. Funaria Plant Life Cycle

19. Green Ear Disease of Bajra (Pearl Millet) With Diagram

20. Hemicellulose Estimation Method

21. History and Uses of Groundnut

22. Isolation of Compounds from Plant Extracts

23. Major Functional Role of Botanical Garden

24. Mayer’s Test for Alkaloids

25. Medicinal Importance of Pteridophytes

26. Meristem Tissue Culture Method

27. Methods of Air Sampling and Analysis

28. Methods of Plant Extraction and Isolation

29. Modification of Leaves with Examples (Explained With Diagram)

30. Onion Root Tip Mitosis Experiment Procedure

31. Photosynthetic Apparatus in Plants

32. Phytochemical Screening Techniques

33. Plant Breeding Methods in Agriculture

34. Plant Life Cycle Questions and Answers

35. Plant Organ System and Their Functions

36. Primary and Secondary Functions of Plant Roots

37. Primary and Secondary Meristematic Tissue

38. Principle of Dragendorff’s Test for Alkaloids

39. Principles and Rules of Botanical Nomenclature

40. Reproduction in Flowering Plants (With Diagram)

41. Scientific Classification of Animals and Plants

42. Similarities between Heterotrophs and Autotrophs

43. Simple Tissues and Complex Tissues in Plants

44. Site for Photosynthesis in Plants

45. Source of Cereal Grains

46. Squash Method Onion Root Tip

47. Staining Onion Cells with Methylene Blue

48. Steps in a Scientific Investigation

49. Stomata Structure and Types

50. Structure and Diagram of Volvox and Their Functions

51. Structure and Function of Glyoxysomes

52. Structure and Function of Protoplasm

53. Structure and Germination of Seed

54. Structure of Riccia (Explained With Diagram)

55. Techniques Used In Plant Tissue Culture

56. Thalamus of a Flower (Explained with Diagram)

57. Tobacco Mosaic Virus (TMV) Structure and Replication

58. Two Kingdom Taxonomic Classification System

59. Types of Germination of Seeds with Diagram

60. Vegetative Propagation Techniques in Forestry

61. Wagner’s Reagent Test for Alkaloids

62. Whittaker Five Kingdom Classification System

63. Why Are Plants Green in Color

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