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Translocation
What is translocation in Phloem?
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What is translocation?
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(a) What is translocation? Why is it essential for plants?
(b) Where do the substances in plants reach as a result of translocation?
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What is meant by translocation with respect to transport in plants?
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The translocation of organic solutes in sieve-tube members is supported by:
A. Root pressure and transpirational pull
B. P-protein
C. Mass flow involving a carrier and ATP
D. Cytoplasmic streaming
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Translocation of solute is
A. Acropetal
B. Basipetal
C. Bidirectional
D. All of the above
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Translocation
Explain the structure and function of plasmodesmata with help of diagram?
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Define imbibition.
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Translocation
The transport of soluble products of photosynthesis is called translocation, which occurs in the part of vascular tissue called
A. Xylem
B. Sclerenchyma
C. Phloem
D. Collenchyma
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Translocation
Which of the following depicts the process of translocation in plants?
(a)Physiologic loading of sucrose into the phloem
(b)Unloading sucrose at the sink
(c)Control of pressure flow of the sap in the phloem driven by osmosis
(d)All the above
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Mineral translocation in plants occurs through
A. Xylem
B. Phloem
C. Tracheids
D. All of these
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What is translocation?
(a) Transport of soluble inorganic material
(b) Transport of insoluble organic material
(c) Transport of insoluble inorganic material
(d) Transport of soluble organic material
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