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  Bentham and hooker system of plant classification  

Question1) Answer all the questions:

a) What is ICBN? Briefly explain its principles.

b) Explain the components of systematic of flowering plants.

c) Write down any five economically important plants and their parts to be used.

d) Write down the difference Monoctyledoms and dicotyledons.

e) Write a short note on double fertilization.

Question2) Write down a detailed account on Bentham and Hooker system of Plant’s classification.

Question3) Write down a note on significant Indian Herbaria and botanical gardens.

Question4) Write down the economic importance of following plants families:

a. Leguminosae

b. Solanaceae

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