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ICSE - X - Biology - Absorption by Roots - The Processes Involved

Correct the following statement: The cell sap of root hair is hypotonic.

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In a diagram of root hair how to differentiate bw Xylem and phloem Dicot and monocot seeds  

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1 Name the structure shown.
2 Name the parts numbered 1 to 5

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Comment on following
1 In ascent of sap , the sap moves upwards against the force of gravity
2 The leaves of Touch me not plant droop down on slight touching

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1 Name the parts 1 to 5 
2 Is the root hair cell unicellular or multicellular
3 Name the process responsible.for the entry of water molecules from soil into A1 and then A2

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name the parts 1 to 4

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Give some differences bw tonoplast and plasma membrane

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i am unable to take the tests after my online classes .What should i do to take up these tests ?
please help....(i have this problem for all subjects all chapters)

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ICSE - X - Biology - Absorption by Roots - The Processes Involved

a plant that has sunken stomata
 

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characteristics of roots for absorbing water

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what is xylem and pholem
 
 
 

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Why does the process gets hypotonic or hypertonic only when the cell is placed inside a sugar solution and not in glucose solution?
 

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ICSE - X - Biology - Absorption by Roots - The Processes Involved

root hair become flaccid when too much chemical fertilizers are added to the moist soil around it.explain why?

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CAN YOU EXPLAIN ME OSMOTIC PRESSURE IN DETAIL?

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Differentiate between the following on the basis of what is given in brackets: Wall pressure and turgor pressure (explain briefly)

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Give the technical/biological term for the following: The process of mixing of two different substances/molecules. Exudation of sap from the injured parts of the plant.                         

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Without changing the first term, rearrange the remaining four, so as to be in logical sequence as per the directions given in brackets for each.  Soil water, xylem, cortex, endodermis, root hair (conduction of water)             

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Give reason: Plants begin to die when excess of soluble fertilisers are added to the soil.

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Given below is a set of terms arranged in a logical sequence, representing a process or a function. Of these, one term is incorrect. Identify the incorrect term and replace it with the correct term.  Soil water → Root hair → Cells of cortex → Epidermis → Xylem

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Name the following: A solution whose concentration is greater than that of the cell sap.

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What will happen if: (a) Xylem of the stem is girdled off. (b) Phloem of the stem is girdled off.

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Study the diagram and answer the following questions: (a) Which physiological process is being studied here? (b) Why is the surface of water covered with the oil? (c) Why test tube B with no plant is kept?

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A twig was kept in blue colored solution. After 2-3 hours its stem was cut. Some portions of the stem appeared blue. Why?

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Observe the given diagrams and answer the following questions: (a) What is the aim of this activity? (b) Why the upper portion of bark in figure 2 has grown in diameter.

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How does water rises up in very tall plants?

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How does capillarity helps in rise of water in xylem?

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What is the role played by root hairs in absorption of water?

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Root hairs contain cell sap of a higher concentration than that of the surroundings soil water. How does it help in water absorption?

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Why plants die due to girdling?

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Name the two types of tissues present in vascular bundle? Also mention their functions.

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what is imbibition?

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