Match the terms in Column I with the organisms in Column II.
|Column I ||Column II |
|A. Fragmentation ||1. Pistia |
|B. Binary fission ||2. Spirogyra |
|C. Bulbils ||3. Saccharomyces |
|D. Budding ||4. Paramoecium |
| ||5. Agave |
Vegetative propagation in Pistia occurs by
Offspring formed by sexual reproduction exhibit more variation than those formed by Asexual reproduction because-
Appearance of vegetative propagules from the nodes of plants such as sugarcane and ginger is mainly because
A multicellular, filamentous alga exhibits a type of sexual life cycle in which the meiotic division occurs after the formation of zygote. The adult filament of this alga has
The terms homothallic and monoecious are used to denote
Plants produced through vegetative propagation are called clones.
There are various types of reproduction. The type of reproduction adopted by an organism depends on
Mitotic cell divisions occur during embryo-genesis.
In animals, juvenile phase is followed by-
Bony fishes, bryophytes and pteridophytes show internal fertilisation.
Mark the odd one in each of the following groups.
Earthworms, Sponges, Cockroaches, Tapeworms.
There is no natural death in single celled organisms like Amoeba and bacteria because-