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115201. The preparation of organic food by reducing CO2 takes place in which phase?
Answer: Dark Phase
115202. The most abundant plant pigment in the world?
Answer: Chlorophyll a
115203. Minimum rate of photosynthesis is found in which colour?
115204. The process of break down of food materials within the cell to release energy is known as?
Answer: Cellular respiration
115205. The organic food that are oxidised during cellular respiration are known as?
Answer: respiratory substrates
115206. The energy released during respiration is used for the synthesis of ........?
115207. The rate of respiration is measured by?
115208. Glycolysis takes place in which part of the cell?
115209. Kreb’s cycle occurs in?
115210. Name the important plant hormones?
Answer: Auxins; Gibberellins; Cytokinins; Abscisic acid & Ethylene
115211. Which plant hormones are known as growth promoters?
Answer: Auxin; Gibberellin; Cytokinin
115212. Which plant hormones are known as growth inhibitors?
Answer: Abscisic acid and Ethylene
115213. The only gaseous plant hormone which promotes fruit growth and ripening is?
115214. In plants the adverse enviornmental conditions are overcome with the help of which hormone?
Answer: Abscisic acid
115215. The plant hormone abscisic acid is also known as ......?
Answer: Stress hormone
115216. Which plant hormone is known as the ripening hormone?
115217. Which hormone is responsible for flowering in plants?
115218. The activity of which hormone help to cover wounded or injured portions of a plant?
Answer: Traumatic acid
115219. Synthetic growth regulators are commonly known as?
115220. The synthetic auxin which is used as a herbicide?
Answer: -2.4 - Dichloro Phenoxy Acetic Acid (2; 4-D)
115221. The hormone present in coconut milk is?
115222. Seed dormancy is due to?
Answer: Abscisic acid
115223. Plant movement in response to chemical stimulus is called?
115224. The bending of stem towards light is due to?
115225. The movement of plant organs in response to the force of gravity is called?
115226. Haptotropism means the movement of a plant organ induced by contact with a ......?
Answer: Foreign body
115227. Growth movements in response to the stimulus of contact are called?
115228. Growth movements in response to the stimulus of heat or cold is called?
115229. Plant movement due to the alternation of day and night are called?
Answer: nyctinastic movement
115230. Seismonastic movements are in response to ........?
Answer: touch or shock stimulus PLANT HORMONES 1) Flowering hormone - Florigen 2) Ripening hormone - Ethylene 3) Wound hormone - Traumatic acid 4) Stress hormone - Abscissic acid
115231. Name the plant which produce ozone at the time of photosynthesis?
115232. Name the plant that show seismonastic movement?
Answer: Touch me not plant (Mimosa plant)
115233. The transfer of pollen grains from the anther to the stigma is called?
115234. What is hydrophily?
Answer: Pollination by water
115235. Pollination by bat is called?
115236. Pollination between two flowers of one plant is called ......?
115237. Pollination by insects is called ........?
115238. What is zoophily?
Answer: Pollination by animals
115239. Pollination by birds?
115240. The chief pollinators of agrihorticulture crops?
115241. Seed dispersal in coconut occurs through ........?
115242. In muringa; seed dispersal takes place through .......?
115243. Why are night blooming flowers white in colour?
Answer: To become discernible to pollinators
115244. What is Anemophily?
Answer: It is the pollination by wind ALGAE AND FUNGI
115245. The multicellular fungi is?
115246. Name two antibiotic drugs obtained from actinomycetes?
Answer: Streptomycin and erythromycin
115247. What is hyphae?
Answer: The individual mycelium filaments is hyphae
115248. The land plant without chlorophyll?
115249. Phaeophyta is?
Answer: Brown Algae
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115250. The brownish colour of Brown Algae is due to presence of ...... pigment?
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