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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...
Gyr - It is a south Asian variety of buffalo majorly found in Gir forest Gujarat. Kangayam - It is cattle that is majorly found in Mysore,...
Animals move or migrate from one place to another because of many reasons. One of the reason is they search for food from different places. They...
Fischer has developed a Lock and Key theory to describe the mode of action of the enzyme. According to this principle, if the right key fits...
For most people, the near point gradually recedes and the far point comes closer. This defect is called presbyopia. As we get older the power of...
The undesirable plants that grow along with the crops are called weeds. These weeds, feed on the nutrients provided to the crops and thus reduce...
Organisms that are capable to do their activities in the aerial environment are called as aerial organisms. Examples of aerial habitat animals...
The soil is a mixture that contains minerals, organic matter, and living organisms. But broadly speaking, soil can refer to any loose sediment....
A cell reference, or cell address, is an alphanumeric value used to identify a specific cell in a spreadsheet. Each cell address contains 'one or...
Association neurons carry impulses from the motor neuron to the Central Nervous System (CNS) or a nerve cell found entirely within the central...
A group of cell is called tissue. A tissue is a group of cells of common origin which are structurally similar and perform a particular function....
Agriculture is the backbone of Indian economy. Agriculture is the practice and science of growing crops by cultivating the land. Agricultural...
Gemmules are internal buds found in sponges and are involved in asexual reproduction. e.g. Spongilla . These are formed during unfavourable...
The full form of ANC is absolute neutrophil count. The normal range for the ANC is 1.5 to 8.0 (1500 to 8000/mm^3). A=Absolute N=Neutrophil...
HYV stands for High Yielding Variety. HYV are crops that produce high quality seeds. Examples :Paddy, Wheat, Maize, Jowar , Bajra and other crops...
Syncytial Epidermis comprises cells with a large number of nuclei. When many cells are fused Syncytial Epidermis are formed.  The original nuclei...
Onion bulb is a modified stem because it has a large number of fleshy scale leaves. It has large number of fleshy scale leaves. Root is the...
Ginning is the process by which used in the processing of cotton. This machine separates cotton fibres from the seed bolls and dust particles...
The banyan tree has taproots. With the growth in the plant, the weight of the branches increases. A banyan tree has a heavy and broad stem, which...

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