Brief notes on the morphology of angiosperms. Angiosperms (Gr. Angeion: case; spermos: seeds) are a group of plants characterised by production of flowers and formation of seed(s) within a fruit.
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Fungi cause a variety of diseases. They are eukaryotic protests which differ from bacteria in several ways.
The Himalayas appear to plunge rather abruptly on their south into Indo-Gangetic Plain, there being no transition belt between the plains and the Himalaya except the narrow pebbly zone known as Bhabar, being a series of coalesced alluvial fans and cones.
A river is a natural channel about a few kilometers or more long carrying water along the slope of land surface. There is no limit to the size. Such terms as brook or rivulet stand for small streams. The Indian word ‘nala’ or ‘nulla’ is probably more distinct and is rarely mistaken for river.
The rabbit is brown in colour. It is about 40 cm in long and it weighs 2 to 4 pounds. The entire body is covered with a soft uniform hairy coat or fur. The body is divisible into four parts namely- head, neck, trunk and tail.
The body is spindle shaped. The size varies from 20-25 cm. The body is divisible into head, neck, trunk and tail. Most part of the body is clothed in feathers.
Calotes has an elongated lizard like body. It is about 35-40 cm long including a tail. It has olive green or grayish above and whitish below. Male brightly coloured- golden yellow with greenish tinge. Throat is scarlet red often with a black transverse bar.
The skin of Rana tigerina is rough and slimy. The dorsal surface is olive coulor the ventral surface is whitish. There are no scales in the skin. Body is bilaterally symmetrical comprising of head and trunk. The neck is absent.
Body is spindle shaped. It is laterally compressed. The dorsal surface is dark gray coloured and belly is white in coulor. It grows upto 80 cm and weighs about 8 kilograms. The body is divisible into head, trunk and tail.
Scoliodon is an elongated, spindle shaped cartilaginous fish. It has laterally compressed body. A full-grown species measures from 40-60 cm in length. The body is divisible into head, trunk and tail.