Biology questions provide in-depth knowledge of the concepts provided in the ICSE and CBSE textbooks. All the expected queries of the students are answered by the subject matter experts. This provides a detailed insight into the concepts.

The questions are framed from within the content. This can give a clear picture of topics such as photosynthesis, human anatomy, bacteria structure, ecological pyramids, etc. A thorough understanding of the concepts can only be provided if you dive deep into the details. 

The questions are very important from the examination perspective and can help in brushing up the knowledge of the students. The students can clarify their doubts by referring to these questions.

The nucleolus is a round body located inside the nucleus of a eukaryotic cell. The nucleolus is an organelle that lacks a membrane, and it is...
The growth of the cytomembrane throughout cell elongation takes place by intussusception and apposition. Intussusception is growth by deposition...
Ants have a greater sense of smell which is brought about by the presence of numerous cell surface odour receptors for ants. Ants have an...
Fungi are plants that lack chlorophyll. Fungi have a cell wall made of chitin and get nutrients through absorption. Photosynthesis is not...
The study of tissues is called histology, or f microscopic anatomy. The term histology was coined by Meyer. Marie François Xavier Bichat...
Plant hormones are called as phytohormones. These are the organic substances which are produced in the plants These hormones are otherwise called...
The pigment which can absorb solar energy is called as Chlorophyll pigment, and it is also present in chloroplast cells. Chlorophyll has ability...
a) Plant fibres are obtained from jute and cotton. b) Animals fibres are silk and wool Plant fibres include seed hairs, such as cotton; stem (or...
Egg yolk is rich in calcium and egg albumin is rich in proteins . Egg yolks are the yellow part at the center of an egg. They contain high levels...
Water hyacinths have large air cavities in the parenchyma tissue. For this reason, it floats in water. This specialized parenchyma tissue which...

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