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The main difference between stomata and lenticels is that stomata mainly occur in the lower epidermis of leaves, whereas lenticels occur in the...
Answer: Species Species is the basic unit of taxonomy. A group of organisms with similar characteristics are categorized into species. Species...
Herbicides are used to control the growth of small plants. Weedicides are used to control the growth of weeds in specific. The use of herbicides...
The genus name for all mulberry trees is morus. The scientific name for a mulberry tree depends on the species: a red mulberry is Morus rubra, a...
Full form of  SPM stands for Suspended Particulate Matter. Suspended Particulate Matter (SPM) are microscopic particles of solid or liquid matter...
A form of agriculture in which an area of ground is cleared of vegetation and cultivated for a few years and then abandoned for a new area until...
Answer: Meiosis is the type of cell division that results in four daughter cells, each with half the number of chromosomes of the parent cell....
Answer: Parasitic nutrition is a type of nutrition in which the organisms live on or inside the body of their host and derive their food from...
Plasmid is the vector which clones only a small fragment of DNA. Plasmids are autonomously replicating circular extra-chromosomal DNA. They are...
The khadar soils are found in the low areas of the valley, bottom of a valley which are flooded every year. The Bhangar soils are old alluvial...
A biosphere reserve is an ecosystem with plants and animals of unusual scientific and natural interest. Dihang-Dibang: It is located in Arunachal...
The process of making yarn from fibres is called spinning. A mass of cotton wool are drawn out and twisted while spinning. At this time the...
Scientist discovered that there is one animal which survive without water which is called kangaroo rats. From the studies it has been shown that...
Holden's line is a membranous layer which is closely attached to the layer which is known as the fascia and this is present in the region of...
algae ⇒ catfish ⇒ osprey(Small food chain) Algae ⇒ mosquito larva ⇒ dragon fly larva ⇒ fish Phytoplankton ⇒...
Plants with weak stem that needs support is called climber. Examples: Grapevine, money-plant, cucumber, bean, etc. Climbers grow upright and rely...
An Animal cell lacking nuclei would also lack in chromosome. The cells which lack in chromosomes are Red blood cells and platelets. Chromosomes...
Answer: The difference between epihydrophily and hypohydrophily are tabulated below. Epihydrophily Hypohydrophily When the pollination...
Answer: Fermentation is an anaerobic process where, even though oxygen is not available, energy can be released from glucose. Fermentation occurs...
Answer: (3) Fats Lipase acts on and breaks down emulsified fats and lipids into glycerol, monoacyl, diacylglycerol and fatty acids. The function...

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