What is rachis
Asked by ashutosh25807 | 12th Jan, 2018, 04:56: PM
Rachis is the main axis or stem of an inflorescence or compound leaf.
Answered by Sheetal Kolte | 12th Jan, 2018, 06:45: PM
- define inflorescence
- A tendril is not seen in tall trees. Why
- What is the difference between dorsoventral and isobilateral leaf
- What is meant by acropetal and basipetal order?
- Define stem.
- What are nodes and internodes?
- Name the plants whose stems are modified to store food.
- State the function of stem tendrils.
- What are thorns? Give one example of a plant in which thorns are found.
- Define leaf.
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