4 years ago in Plant Kingdom

Haploid brown, hairlike, delicate unicellular outgrowths are:

[A] Root hairs of Gymnosperms
[B] Paraphyses of mosses
[C] Root modules of Pulses
[D] Rhizoids of fern plants
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Mahantesh janjeer
Mahantesh janjeer - 1 year ago

Mahantesh janjeer from Bengaluru, India is saying Paraphyses of mosses is correct answer

nabila
nabila - 3 years ago

nabila from Islamabad, Pakistan is saying Paraphyses of mosses is correct answer

Udita Kumari
Udita Kumari - 3 years ago

Udita Kumari from Bekobar, India is saying Root hairs of Gymnosperms is correct answer

Nazia Sayed
Nazia Sayed - 3 years ago

Nazia Sayed from Mumbai, India is saying Root modules of Pulses is correct answer

Sunil Choudhary
Sunil Choudhary - 3 years ago

Sunil Choudhary from New Delhi, India is saying Rhizoids of fern plants is correct answer

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