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Name the reproduction method of Xanthium and cockle Burr

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CBSE - VII - Science - Reproduction in Plants

the shoot forming part of the embryo is called __________while root forming part is called______________?

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CBSE - VII - Science - Reproduction in Plants

what are cell organlles ? how many types of organlles are their state each funtion .

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CBSE - VII - Science - Reproduction in Plants

Name three hard fruits.

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Diagrammatically represent any three seeds which are dispersed by wind.

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CBSE - VII - Science - Reproduction in Plants

(a) How are seeds dispersed by animals? Give two examples of such seeds? (b) Diagrammatically represent fertilisation in plants.

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CBSE - VII - Science - Reproduction in Plants

Describe the characteristics of insect and water pollinated flowers.

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Explain the conditions necessary for the seed germination.

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CBSE - VII - Science - Reproduction in Plants

(a) What do you understand by seed dispersal?(b) What happens to the seeds when fruits burst with sudden jerks?

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(a) Name three agents of seed and fruit dispersal.(b) Which type of seeds gets dispersed by water? Give an example.

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Give two examples each of:(a) Fruits which are fleshy and juicy.(b) Seeds dispersed when fruits burst with sudden jerks

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CBSE - VII - Science - Reproduction in Plants

What would happen if all the seeds of a plant were to fall at the same place and grow there?

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Name the following:(i) Two hard fruits.(ii) The protective structure enclosing the embryo.

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What is hybridisation?

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From which part of flower do the below parts develop:(a) Fruit(b) Seeds

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CBSE - VII - Science - Reproduction in Plants

Mention two ways in which plants get benefit by seed dispersal.

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