NEET AIPMT 2005 Original Solved Question Paper with Answer Key (Download PDF)


AIPMT 2005 Question Paper + Key

NEET / AIPMT 2005 Main Solved Question Paper PDF
(CBSC / NEET / AIPMT Previous Year Question Papers with Answer Key)

NEET/ AIPMT 2005 Main Question Paper: Official / Original Previous Year (Old) Solved Question Papers of NEET / AIPMT (National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test / All India Pre Medical Test) Examination with Answer Key and Explanations. NEET aspirants can download the question paper as a single PDF file for your exam preparation. Please feel free to inform the Admin if you find any mistakes in the Answer Key.

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Difference between Short Day Plants and Long Day Plants – Comparison Table


Long day vs Short day Plants

Short-Day Plants vs Long-Day Plants
(Similarities and Differences between Short-Day Plants and Long-Day Plants)

Photoperiodism is the response of plants (or any organism) to the lengths of dark and light periods in a day. The changes in the duration of light and dark periods in a day are called photoperiods. In plants, the photoperiodism induces flowering. Based on the response towards photoperiodism, the plants are classified into two categories – Short-day plants (SDPs) and Long-day plants (LDPs).

Short-day plants (SDPs): These plants flower only in short days or their flowering is induced by short days. These plants cannot flower under the short nights.

Long-day plants (LDPs): These plants flower only in long days or their flowering is induced by long days.

The present post discusses the Difference between Short-day plants and Long-day plants with a Comparison Table.

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Difference between Phototropism and Photoperiodism – Comparison Table


Phototropism vs Photoperiodism

Phototropism vs Photoperiodism
Similarities and Differences between Phototropism and Photoperiodism in Plants

Phototropism: Phototropism is the growth or movement of plants (or any organism) in response to light. Phototropism can be of two different types – (1) Positive Phototropism – movement towards the source of light, (2) Negative phototropism – movement away from the light. Negative phototropism is also called as Skototropism.

Photoperiodism: Photoperiodism is the response of plants (or any organism) to the lengths of dark and light periods in a day. The changes in the duration of light and dark periods in a day are called photoperiods. In plants, the photoperiodism induces flowering.

What is Phototropism

The present post discusses the Similarities and Differences between Phototropism and Photoperiodism

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