.Botany, Biology

57. While planning for an artificial hybridisation programme involving dioecious plants, which of the following steps will be irrelevant
A usting of pollen on stigma
B Collection of pollen
C Bagging of female flower
D Emasculation
Posted Date: 11/6/2012 2:22:49 AM | Location : USA







Related Discussions:- .Botany, Assignment Help, Ask Question on .Botany, Get Answer, Expert's Help, .Botany Discussions

Write discussion on .Botany
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions

Nicotinic acid (Niacin) Niacin refers to both nicotinic acid and its amide derivative. Nicotinic acid occurs as white or almost white crystals or as a crystalline powder of the

What is the leaf cuticle? The leaf cuticle is a thin waxy layer made of cutin and waxes on the outer surface of the leaf epidermis. Its function is to control the cellular tran

Gibberellins in plant growth  Gibberellins were first isolated from the culture of a fungus Gibberella fujikuori. Gibberellins has a significant effect on stem elongation

Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE MicrosoftInternetExplorer4

Processing of roughage Roughages constitute the bulk of the ration of farm animals and these include green fodder (leguminous and non-leguminous), grasses, and various crop re

What is Cerebrum Cerebrum is divided into right and left parts known as cerebral hemisphere. It is the largest part of the brain. The functions of the cerebrum:  It recei

Explain about the Niacin - Water Soluble Vitamin? Niacin is chemically synonymous with nicotinic acid although the term is also used for its amide (nicotinamide). Nicotinamide

What is cell theory? Cell theory declares that the cell is the constituent unit of living beings. Before the discovery of the cell, it was not identified that living beings

In Reggie's case, he fractured the proximal end of his right femur, an integral component of his hip. Name the joint disorders that Reggie is more a risk of in (a) the short term a