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.

Reproduction is one of the characteristic features of living entities. It is necessary as without reproduction a species becomes extinct....
Microorganisms are tiny entities which are invisible to naked eyes and hence are microscopic in nature. They are omnipresent, surviving in...
Biotechnology is a field which deals with using research tools from biology and chemistry to understand and solve problems and even in the...
The Law of Inheritance – Mendel’s Law, is significant in comprehending how characteristics or traits are genetically passed from one...
An ecosystem has multiple entities which are influenced by each other in a way or more, not only by biotic components but by abiotic components...
Plasmids are the genetic information, circular DNA strands to be precise, located in the cytoplasm of the cell with the potential to replicate...
Microbes are ubiquitous. They dwell in extreme climatic conditions hence can be harmful as they are capable to adapt to such harsh environmental...
Intelligence is a complex characteristic that is influenced by environmental and genetic factors. It is a trait that enables to learn from...
Yes, Bacterial cell can survive without a Plasmid DNA. Plasmids are a small, circular, double-stranded DNA molecule present within a Bacterial...
No. Both the terms population and species differ from each other. They are the two basic levels of classification of organisms in Ecology. The...

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