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.

Phloem is a living tissue in vascular plants which conducts the soluble organic compounds synthesized during photosynthesis downwards from the...
Testis or testicles are sperm-producing organs, occurring in pairs in humans. It helps in maintaining the health of the male reproductive system...
Plants also excrete metabolic waste products just like any other organism. Plants excrete the excretory products by the following process:...
Photosynthesis is a process by which green plants synthesize nutrients from carbon dioxide and water in the presence of sunlight. It involves the...
All living entities require energy to sustain and maintain life. Plants and animals slightly differ in their raw material intake for...
Weeds are the unwanted wild plants growing in fields. They compete with crops for sources such as space, light and nutrients thereby causing crop...
Listed below are three features of cardiac muscles: Cardiac muscles are involuntary muscles. They are involved in continuous rhythmic...
Alluvial soil is also known as riverine soil because they are found in river basins and are formed when streams and rivers slow their velocity....
Sclerenchyma is present in the husk of coconut.  Sclerenchyma is a type of simple tissue categorized under permanent tissues. Permanent...
Black soil is formed by the weathering or breaking of igneous rocks and also by the cooling or solidification of lava from the volcano eruption....

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