aquatic and terrestrial plant, Biology

what is common between aquatic and terrestrial plants
Posted Date: 9/30/2013 5:16:50 PM | Location : Philippines







Related Discussions:- aquatic and terrestrial plant, Assignment Help, Ask Question on aquatic and terrestrial plant, Get Answer, Expert's Help, aquatic and terrestrial plant Discussions

Write discussion on aquatic and terrestrial plant
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
It is found in around 20 per cent cases of ARF and it is a late manifestation occurring even 3 months after GAS pharyngeal infection. Chorea is triggered by emotional disturbances

What category do pisces, mammalla, amphibia, reptilia and aves fall into

An increase in the calcium conductance of all sarcoplasmic reticulum membranes of a skeletal muscle with no external forces on it leads to A. Increased binding of calcium ions

Listed below are examples of behaviors that typify a defense mechanism at work. For each example choose the correct defense mechanism and explain the reason for your choice. 1. J

What are the Sources of Nutrients of Cornea? Sources of Nutrients of Cornea: 1) Oxygen for the endothelium comes from aqueous humour and for epithelium from atmosphere th

Define Functions of fluoride? The only beneficial role demonstrated for fluoride is in reducing the prevalence and severity of dental caries in children and adults. This is en

Q. What is the fundamental structure of a virus? Viruses are constituted of genetic material RNA or DNA covered by a protein capsule also known as a capsid. Some viruses, like

Q. How to investigate aortic stenosis by Cardiac Catheterization? The indications are to confirm hemodynamics when the non-invasive tests are not conclusive or there is a disc

Formation of female gametes: Ovule develops from a cushion like part of the ovary called the PLACENTA. OvuleĀ is connected to the placenta by a stalk known as FUNICLE. The

Tetanus This is an infectious, non-febrile disease of animals and man, and is characterised by spasmodic tetany and hyperaesthesia. The causative agent is Clostridium tetani,