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Rajasthan PSC ACF &Forest Range Officer Gr-I Botany Syllabus

Rajasthan Public Service Commission is the premier commission of the government of Rajasthan, for organizing recruitment exams, procedures for recruiting employees, officers to various departments of the government. 

Rajasthan Public Service Commission going to conduct the written examination for the posts of ACF &Forest Range Officer Gr-I Posts. Here we provide the Syllabus of RPSC ACF &Forest Range Officer Gr-I. Interested candidates who are willing to take part in the written exam can now start their exam preparation with the help of RPSC ACF &Forest Range Officer Gr-I Syllabus.

Syllabus for ACF &FRO Gr-I Botany Syllabus

1. Plant viruses : General structure, classification and replication. Mycoplasma and Phytoplasma - Biology and economic importance.

• Bacteria : Ultra-structure, classification, reproduction/ genetic recombination, and economic importance, Archebacteria-general account.

• Algae: General characters of major groups of algae, their classfication, reproduction and economic importance.

• Fungi: General characters, cell wall composition, nutrition, classification, (Alexopoulos and Mims, 1979) reproduction and economic importance of major groups of fungi. Important plant diseases: Little leaf of Brinjal, Citrus canker, Black Rust of wheat. 

2. Bryophyta - General characteristics, classification, thallus organization and evolution, reproduction and economic importance.

• Pteridophyta: General characteristics, classification and alternation of generations. 

3. General characters and classification of Gymnosperms : their life-cycle and economic importance.

• Classification of Angiosperms : salient features of system of classification proposed by Bentham Hooker. Type concept, binomial system of nomenclature and principle of priority.

• Diversity of angiosperm plants as illustrated by the members of families Ranunculaceae, Fabaceae, Apiaceae, Asteraceae and Poaceae. Important herbaria and botanical gardens of India and World. Role of BSI in Inidia. 

4. Morphology of root, stem and leaves of Angiosperms. Types of inflorescence, flower as a modified Shoot.

• Tissue system : Primary and secondary tissues, simple and complex tissues, normal anatomical features of monocot and dicot stem, root and leaves. Vascular systemtypes of vascular bundles, apical and cambial meristem. Origin of lateral roots.

• General account of wood-characteristics of growth rings, sapwood and heart wood, periderm. Normal secondary growth in dicot root and stem. Anamolous type of secondary growth in Boerhavia, Leptadenia, Salvadora, Baugainvillia, Dracaena.

• Pollination, development of male and female gametophytes, types of ovules. Double fertilization, types of embryo sacs, development of embryo in dicots. Endosperm types. Strucure of dicot and monocot seeds. 

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