Category: Plant physiology

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Evapotranspiration | Agristudent.com

What is evapotranspiration? Evapotranspiration (ET) is an important component of the water cycle and is composed of two-subprocesses: evaporation from soil and vegetation surfaces and…

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Plant growth tegulators
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Plant growth regulators and functions | Agristudent.com

Introduction The plant growth regulators are very useful if used properly. They are the substances which can modify the growth of the plants. Plant growth…

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Plant nutrients
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Plant Nutrients – classification and functions | Agristudent.com

Introduction Plant nutrients are a very important part of study of plant physiology. The roles and classification of plant nutrients is very important Plants contain…

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Transpiration - all about it
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Transpiration | Agristudent.com

What is Transpiration?   The loss of water from aerial parts of plants in the form of vapor is known as transpiration. The ideal condition…

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Photosynthesis | Agristudent.com

Importance of topic ‘photosynthesis’ from the point of view of exam – Photosynthesis is a very important topic in any agri- exam. at least two…

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