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NCERT solutions Biology Textbook for Class 11 chapter 6 Anatomy of Flowering Plants

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Chapter 6 - Anatomy of Flowering Plants

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State the location and function of different types of meristems.

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Cork cambium forms tissues that form the cork. Do you agree with this statement? Explain.

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Draw illustrations to bring out anatomical difference between Monocot root and dicot root

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Draw illustrations to bring out anatomical difference between Monocot stem and dicot stem

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Cut a transverse section of young stem of a plant from your school garden and observe it under the microscope. How would you ascertain whether it is a monocot stem or a dicot stem ? Give reasons

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The transverse section of a plant material shows the following anatomical features, (a) the vascular bundles are conjoint, scattered and surrounded by sclerenchymatous bundle sheaths (b) phloem parenchyma is absent. What will you identify it as?

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Why are xylem and phloem called complex tissues?

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What is stomatal apparatus? Explain the structure of stomata with a labelled diagram.

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Name the three basic tissue systems in the flowering plants. Give the tissue names under each system

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How is the study of plant anatomy useful to us?

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What is periderm? How does periderm formation take place in dicot stem?

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Describe the internal structure of a dorsiventral leaf with the help of labelled diagrams.

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