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PLANT WATER RELATION

Water is the most abundant constituent of all physiologically active plant cells. Several physiological processes of plants like osmosis, imbibition, plasmolysis are accomplished by water. Read More >>>

TRANSPORT IN PLANTS

Plants need water to grow and maintaining the turgidity of cell. There are three types of transport occur in plants: Diffusion, facilitated diffusion and active transport. Read More >>>

CONCEPT OF SPECIES AND TAXONOMIC HEIRARCHY

Species is the lowest category of hierarchy. Taxonomic hierarchy is the arrangement of various categories in successive levels of the biological classification. Read More >>>

BOTANICAL GARDENS

Botanical gardens are institutions holding documented collections of living plants for the purpose of scientific research, conservation, display and education. Read More >>>

ZOOLOGICAL PARKS

Zoological parks are places where wild animals are kept in protected environment under human core and which enable us to learn about their food habits and behavior. Read More >>>

HERBARIUM

Herbarium is a place where dried and pressed plants, specimens, mounted on sheets are kept systematically. It was established by Luca Ghini. Read More >>>

MUSEUMS

Museum is an institution where artistic and educational materials are exhibited to the public, the material available in exhibition for study is called collection. Read More >>>

INTRODUCTION OF BIODIVERSITY

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NEED FOR CLASSIFICATION

Living organisms are classified to arrange them in systematic format. Classification is needed because it allows scientists to identify group and properly name organism. Read More >>>

PTERIDOPHYTA

Pteridophyta are first true land plant that evolved after bryophytes. Hence they are known as amphibians of plant kingdom. Pteridophytes are classified into following four classes; Pterophyta, lycophyta, sphenophyta and psilophyta. Read More >>>

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