Competitive Exams: Revision Terminology Part 49

  • Microsope L = V0 + fe

  • V0 => 1V0 - 1U0 = 1F0

  • M = V0u0

  • λ = heev = 12400V A degree.

  • Ca2+ conc - prevent systole

  • K+ conc - prevent diastole

  • Hypogynous – superior – Mangolia, Mustard, brinjal, china rose, lady finger.

  • Perigynous – Superior – pea straw berry rose fabaceae caesalpiniasae.

  • Epigynous – inferior – banana guava sunflower Asteraceae.

  • Valvate – china rose, mimosaceae, lady finger.

  • Contorted / Twisted china rose, nerium, colton.

  • Imbricate cassia, Caesalpinia.

  • Quincuncial – Cucurbita, Rananculus.

  • Vaxillary papilionaceae.

  • Mono aldephous – Malvaceae – filaments unite, anther flee.

  • Diadelphous – Papilionaceae – 10 Stamen, qunite & 1 free.

  • Polyadelphous – bundles – salmalia, Bombax, orange.

  • Synandrous – Cucurbitaceous 2 + 2 + 1 5 Stamens.

  • [Gamo – united () ] (poly – free)

  • Orthotropous / Atropous – most primitive, Microphyle, Chalaza, funicle, piper.

  • Anatropous – Commonest, in one plane, pea bean castor.

  • Hemianatropous – Rananculus, Lemna, Papaver

  • Campylotropous - Crvciferaece, Chenopodiaceae, caryophyllacea, Brassica, Raphomers.

  • Amphitropous – Butamaceae, Alsimaceae.

  • Circinotropous – 360 degree cactus.

Placentation

  • Marginal – leguminosae fabecae, Caesalpinaceae.

  • Parietal – curciferae – replum.

  • Axile – compositae Astraceae.

  • Free central – Dianthus, Primulaceae.

  • Superficial – Hymphaea.

  • Ex – albuminous seed – Brassicaeceae, fabeceas, ceasalpinaceae, Asteraceae endospermic seed – solanaeae, LiLIaceae.

  • 1 yrate leaf – Raddish & mustard.

  • Sobble – underground their runner – colocasia, agropyrom & sacchrum.

  • Leaf – Spine – nood apple.

  • Leaf – Tenchil – Cucerbita.

  • Lead base = Pulvinus = Hypopodium.

  • Cataphylls – scale leaves.

  • Hysophylls – Bracts.

  • Leaf spine

    (1) Paex – agave

    (2) Margin - argemone

    (3) whole lead – opentia

    (4) 1st leaf – Citrus (Prphyll)

  • Leaf tendril

    (1) entire lathyrus.

    (2) upper tip pisum.

    (3) Leaf oper – Glorisa.

    (4) Leaf base clematis.

Stipules

  • free lateral – china rose, cotton.

  • Adnate (adherent) – rose lead.

  • Intra petiolar – gardenia honltuynia.

  • Inter petiolar – Antho cephalus, Ixora.

  • Orhcreate – polygonum

  • Foliaceus – pea.

  • Tendrillar – smilan (monocot with reticulate venation)

  • Sping – acacia, Ziziphyus.

  • Bud scales – Banyan & jack fruit.

  • Tunicated bulb – onion.

  • Saly bulb – Lily & garlic

  • Leaf – hook (Asparagus bigonia).

X linked recessive disorder

  • Musculoskeletal – Ducheme muscular dystrophy.

  • Blood – Haemophilia A & B.

  • Chronic granulomatous.

  • Glucose – 6 – P – dehydrogenase disease.

  • Immune – Agamma globulinemia wiskott – Aldrich synchrome.

  • Metabolic – Diabetes insipidus.

  • Lesch Nyhan syndrome.

  • Nervous – Fragile X Syndrome.

  • XY linked inherited autosomal – Xeroderma pigmentosum, epidermoleysis bulloser.

  • Y linked holomdric – TDF, hypertrichosis of pinna, Kveratoderma dissipatum, propuce skin, webbed toes.

  • Xy XX – Drosophila mammals

  • XO XX – Roundworn, true bug, Grassholler, roaches, cockroach.

  • ZZ ZW – Birds reptiles.

  • ZZ ZO – butterflies, moth.

  • Soil prepared – seed sown – Broadcasting.

  • Khang – sown in June / July.

  • Harvested in sept loct eg Rice.

    Knowing teh leading and lagging strand

    Leading and Lagging Strand

    Knowing teh leading and lagging strand

  • Hybrids - Rice – 1 RB, Jaya, Padma, Bala, jagannather.

  • Hybrids - Maize – Garage 101, Ranjit, Decean.

  • Hybrids - Wheat – sarbati sonara, Sonalika, Kalyansona, Hira, Moti, UP – 301.

  • Absorption – ce – duodenum

  • H2O – Large intestine.

  • Ca (HCO3)2 - completely intestine.