This is the largest family of monocotyledon which includes 620 genera and more than 10,000 species. This note contains detail information about Family Gramineae.
This is the largest family of angiospermae which includes 1100 genera and over 20,000 species. This note contains detail information about Family Compositae.
This note provides information about types of fruits and seeds. Fruits may be defined as the matured ripened ovary containing seeds. It consists of two parts, pericarp that is a fruit wall and is differentiated into three layers which are outer epicarp, middle mesocarp, and innermost endocarp. The fruit which develops without fertilization is called parthenocarpic fruit. Eg: banana. There are two types of fruits: true fruits which develop from the ovary of a flower and false fruit that develops from the fusion of floral parts with the pericarp.