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Botany Lecturer (Assistant Professor) Job Vacancy Notification by Kerala PSC (Category No: 278/2016)


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Online applications are invited (Online Only through Kerala PSC ‘ONE TIME REGISTRATION’) from qualified candidates for appointment of Botany Lecturers/Assistant Professors under Collegiate Education Department, Govt. of Kerala

Department: Collegiate Education

Name of post: Lecturer / Assistant Professor in Botany

Scale of pay: UGC Scale (15600 – 6000 (AGP) – 39100

Number of vacancies: 6 (Six) + anticipated vacancies may arise in the future

Method of appointment: Direct Recruitment

Age Limit: 22-40. Only candidates born between 02.01.1976 and 01.01.1994 (both dates included) are eligible to apply for this post with usual age relaxation to Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and other Backward Communities. The Upper age limit prescribed shall be raised by 5 years in the case of OX candidates who were converted to Christianity from the adult members of SC community and their children. The above concessions in upper age limits are available subject to the condition that the maximum age limit shall in no case exceed 50 (Fifty) years.

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Anatomy of Monocot Stem: Key Points with PPT


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Internal Structure of Monocot Stem (Transverse Section, T.S.)

The anatomy or internal structure of a monocot stem can be studied by a Transverse Section (T.S.) taken through the internode of a monocot plant such as grass, bamboo, maize, Asparagus etc. The main difference of monocot stem from dicot stem is that, here in monocots the ground tissue is NOT differentiated into Cortex and Endodermis. The anatomical features of a typical monocot stem are summarized as key points below:

@. The T.S. of a monocot stem is usually circular in outline

@. Typically a monocot stem consist of FOUR tissue systems.

(1).  Dermal tissue system

(2).  Hypodermal tissue system

(3). Ground tissue system

(4). Vascular tissue system

(1). Dermal tissue system

@. Dermal tissue system constitute the epidermis

@. Epidermis forms the outermost layer

@. Usually the epidermis is single layered and made up of parenchymatous cells

@. Epidermal cells are compactly packed without any inter-cellular spaces

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