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Q1: Who coined the term Biology?
Answer: It is introduced independently in different years by Thomas Beddoes (in 1799), Karl Friedrich Burdach (in 1800), Gottfried Reinhold Treviranus and Jean-Baptiste Lamarck (1802).
Q2: Who is known as the father of Biology?
Q3: Botany has its immediate origin from which word?
Q4: Which is the physical basis of life?
Q5: What is the sphere of Botany?
Answer: The Study of everything about plants
Q6: Who is the father of Biology?
Q7: What is the most peculiar feature shown by all living organisms?
Answer: Respiration is the most peculiar feature shown by all living organisms.
Q8: What is the degradative phase of the life cycle?
Q9: Who said, “Protoplasm is the physical basis of life?
Q10: Who gave the term Protoplasm’?
Q11: Who dicovered Bacteria?
Q12: The plants are different from animals on which basis?
Answer: The difference is Localized Growth.
Q13: What is the main difference between living and non_living?
Answer: Presence of protoplasm
Q14: How plants are like animals?
Answer: Respire during day and night
Q15: In which living things, does growth continues up to death?
Answer: In plants
Q16: What is the Study of lie effects on living organisms?
Q17: What is Histology?
Answer: A Botanist who studies the distribution of tissues in a stem does work on Histology.
Q18: Which is the branch of Botany that is concerned with living activity and function?
Q19: Which is the branch of Biology that deals with the distribution of plants on the earth’s surface?
Q20: Which branch of Biology includes both the study of plants and animals?
Q21: What is Silviculture?
Answer: The science that leads to the rearing and proper management of forest trees is called Silviculture.
Q22: What is the science of soil?
Q23: What is the study of Lawns called?
Q24: What is the study of Exodermis?
Q25: Where is the largest Herbarium in the world?
Q26: What is Serology?
Answer: It is the study of the interaction of antigens and antibodies.
Q27: What is the study of flowers called?
Q28: What is Cryobiology?
Answer: It is the science of Freeze dry storage of Germplasm.
Q29: What is Mycetology?
Answer: It is the study of Fungi.
Q30: What is Ethnobotany?
Answer: It is the study of plants of tribal use.
Q31: Who gave the concept of Totipotancy?
Answer: Gottlieb Haberlandt
Q32: What is the Spermology?
Answer: It is the study of Seeds.
Q33: Who is the father of medicine?
Q34: What is the study of Pollen grains called?
Q35: Who is the father of plant Physiology?
Answer: Stephen Hales
Q36: What is Tissue culture?
Answer: The branch of Biology which involves the Isolation and fusion of cells in vitro is called tissue culture.
Q37: What is Ecology?
Answer: The branch of Botany dealing with the interactions of organisms and environments is known as ecology.
Q38: What is the study of the Nucleus is called?
Q39: What is Genetics?
Answer: The discipline dealing with the study of inheritance is called Genetics.
Q40: What is the study of immunological reactions occurring in the blood?
Q41: What is Biometry?
Answer: It is the application of satistical methods to the study of biological problems.
Q42: What is dendrochronology?
Answer: It is the determination of the age of trees by counting annual rings.
Q43: Which branch is concerned with the study of abnormal embryonic development?
Q44: What is Nomenclature?
Answer: It is the science of naming plants.
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