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Digestion of food is considered as a chemical change as various chemical reactions takes place while digestion of food to form new substances....
Bone matrix is the intercellular substance of bone tissue consisting of collagen fibers, ground substance, and inorganic bone salts. 10% of adult...
A cnidoblast is a specialized cell containing one giant secretory organelle or cnida that defines the phylum Cnidaria. This is a stinging cell...
Paleontology is the study of the history of life on Earth as based on fossils. Fossils are the remains of plants, animals, fungi, bacteria, and...
Somatic and Stem Cells undergo Mitosis. Somatic and stem cells are normal body parts of the plant and not reproductive cells. There are mainly...
The tissue level of organization consists of a group of cells that work together to accomplish one or more specific functions. The organ level...
Green + revolution is green revolution. This is a period where new advances were created by human beings in order to maintain the productivity of...
A carrier can transmit disease to another organism without showing any symptoms which is an infected organism eg: HIV carriers whereas a vector...
Translocation in plants occurs in the vascular tissue known as phloem. Translocation is the movement of materials from leaves to other tissue...
Syngenesious stamen are those stamens whose anthers are united together into a tube and its filaments are free. In syngenesious plants, the...
Spinning and weaving are two steps in the production of textiles. The most basic difference between them is their process and purpose. Here are...
Growing population is the major reason for the overuse of resources. The population of the world is increasing day to day. Therefore, the...
Ovary is the female reproductive part of a flower and ovules are located inside the ovary. Ovary after fertilization turns into a fruit whereas...
Pollen grains can be stored in viable condition in pollen bank for many years in liquid nitrogen (–196ºC) and can be used in crop...
Neurons are the structural and functional unit of the nervous system. Each neuron consists of dendrites, axon, and soma. Two parts are cyton and...
Different species descending from the common ancestor - get adapted in different habitats. This is called branching descent. Example: Darwins...
Pines, spruces, firs and cedars are some trees with needle shaped leaves. The leaves have needle shape because of dryness in air to prevent the...
The cutting of the crop after it is mature is called harvesting. In harvesting, crops are pulled out or cut close to the ground. In India, most...
In aerobic respiration, Glucose is broken down to two molecules of 3C Pyruvate in the cytoplasm. The pyruvate is then oxidized in presence of O2...
Eyes of octopus and mammals is an example of convergent evolution. Development of similar adaptive functional structures in unrelated groups of...

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