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sir,my DOB is 19-10-1986,am i eligible for 2018
Subhodeep Das
2 years ago
yes...age limt is 32 years for general category students. So, 2018 is your last chance , i guess
Sandhya Indrani
2 years ago
yes sir,thanks for confirmation
bomb kahan phataa sir 😁😁😁😁😁😁
thank u bhiya sab concept smjh gye
thank u bhiya sab concept smjh gye
calotropis grass nahi hoti h ye to madar ka plant h sir i searched on google
AV
Thank you Bhaiya for clear all my doubts in morphology chapter.. 👌😆☺
  1. MORPHOLOGY OF FLOWERING PLANTS By Pranav Pundarik


  2. THE LEAF


  3. Figure 5.8 Compound leaves (a) pinnately compound leaf (b) palmately compound leaf Image Credit: NCERT Textbook


  4. Pinnately compound leaf a number of leaflets are present on a common axis,the rachis, which represents the midrib of the leaf as in neem In Palmately compound leaves, the leaflets are attached at a common point, i.e., at the tip of petiole, as in silk cotton


  5. PHYLLOTAXY pattern of arrangement of leaves on the stem or branch Alternate Opposite Whorled Image Credit: NCERT Textbook


  6. China rose,mustard and sun flower plants...ALTERNATE Calotropis and guava plants....OPPOSITE Alstonia....WHORLED


  7. MODIFICATIONS They are converted into tendrils for climbing as in peas or into spines for defence as in cactus fleshy leaves of onion and garlic store food Australian acacia, the leaves are small and short-lived. The petioles in these plants expand, become green and synthesise food Venus Flytrap


  8. .PHYLLODE (petiole or rachis) PHYLLOCLADE (Stem as leaf)


  9. HAPPY LEARNING! STAY TUNED !