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Tag Archives: Plant-Physiology

Angiosperms (Gr. Angion = vessel; Sperma = seed) are flowering, fruit-bearing phanerogamic, spermatophytic, and sporophytic plants. They are the most recent, most advanced, most evolved,… Read More
Growth is an increase in the size or weight of a cell, organ, or organism. An increment in size can occur without growth as absorption… Read More
All living things can create the energy they need to survive through a series of chemical processes known as respiration. Air travels between the tissues… Read More
Algae, bryophytes, pteridophytes, gymnosperms, and angiosperms are all members of the plant kingdom. Algae are chlorophyll-containing, simple, thalloid, autotrophic, aquatic creatures. Algae are categorised into… Read More
The process through which a plant transforms light energy into chemical energy to produce food is known as photosynthesis. In the presence of chlorophyll, plants… Read More
Morphology is the branch of biological science that deals with the study of various external features, relative positions, and forms of various organs of various… Read More
The process by which plants convert carbon dioxide, water, and sunlight into oxygen and energy in the form of sugar is known as photosynthesis. Autotrophic… Read More
The process by which plants convert carbon dioxide, water, and sunlight into oxygen and energy in the form of sugar is known as photosynthesis. Autotrophic… Read More
In plants, transportation is an important process. From roots to the tips of their leaves, plants carry the water and nutrients which are required to… Read More
In plants, long-distance transport facilitates the movement of organic solutes between the xylem and phloem. This happens as a result of protracted exchange procedures. Mineral… Read More
The naturally inorganic nutrients found in food and soil that are necessary for the healthy operation of an animal or plant’s body are known as… Read More
Control is characterized as the force of limiting and managing by which a cycle can be begun, directed in speed to accelerate or dial back… Read More
CAM plants are those that absorb CO2 through the Crassulacean acid metabolism or CAM process. It was initially found in plants belonging to the Crassulaceae… Read More
Breath alludes to the digestion of oxygen and the arrival of carbon dioxide. In cell breath, it is a positive term, a cycle imperative to… Read More
Plants retain water and minerals through root hairs over the course of dissemination. It moves to the more profound pieces of the root through two… Read More

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