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Pollen Tube Discovery by G. B. Amici

A pollen tube is a tubular structure produced by the male gametophyte (pollen grain) of seed plants when it germinates at the top of the stigma. It’s elongation is an integral stage in the plant life cycle as it brings the sperm nuclei towards the ovule and causes to happen fertilization. …

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Biosystematics: Steps and Categories

The steps in the biosystematic investigation are as follows A sampling of taxon and its population and cytological study of the chromosome of many populations within geographical races, species, and genera; differences in chromosome number, morphology, and behavior of meiosis indicated genetic differences. Determination of the ability of the different …

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Views on Species Concept

Species is the basic & smallest whit of classification which is represented by binomial nomenclature according to ICBN. Two individuals with maximum similarities which can interbred among themselves & produce fertile individual & also can exchange gene are called Species. A Species concept is a concept that is the production …

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IUCN Red List Categories

The International Union for Conservation of Nature’s Red List of Threatened Species Established in 1964, has evolved to become the world’s most comprehensive information source on the global conservation status of animal, fungi and plant species. The IUCN Red List is a critical indicator of the health of the world’s …

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Division II: Rules and Recommendation

Melbourne Code Division II: Rules and Recommendation Chapter II: STATUS, TYPIFICATION, AND PRIORITY OF NAMES Section I: Status Definitions Article 6 (*Some articles are cropped to avoid more detailed info unnecessary in our level. If you wish, you can read the full code from the link here: Melbourne Code)  6.1.  Effective …

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Division I: Principles of ICN

DIVISION I PRINCIPLES PRINCIPLE I The nomenclature of algae, fungi, and plants is independent of zoological and prokaryotic nomenclature. This Code applies equally to names of taxonomic groups treated as algae, fungi, or plants, whether or not these groups were originally so treated. PRINCIPLE II The application of names of taxonomic …

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Difference Between: Plant Pathology

This series includes the difference tables between Localized fungicide and Systematic fungicide Localized infection and Systematic infection Soil borne fungi and Seed borne fungi Eradication and Crop rotation Obligate parasite and Facultative parasite Plant quarantine and Crop rotation Nature culture medium and Synthetic culture medium Primary inoculum and Secondary inoculum …

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Sugarcane disease: Red Rot

Red rot of Sugarcane Red rot is one of the major diseases of sugarcane found in many areas of the world. It was first described in 1983. Pathogen Colletotrichum falcatum Get Free Netflix Now Best safe and secure cloud storage with password protection GPL Themes For Free Get Envato Elements, …

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Disease of Wheat: Black Rust and Loose Smut

Black rust of wheat   Host Triticum aestivum Pathogen Puccinia graminis-tritici Symptoms Rust infection is observed in leaves, leaf sheaths, stems, floral structures in the form of rust pustules. Reddish brown pustules appear during the formation of urediniospore. Black pustules appear during the formation of teliospore. On maturity, the teliospore …

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