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 pH of salivary amylase is nearly neutral i.e. 6.7....
Breathing is part of the respiratory system, a complex process where air travels into and out of the lungs. The composition of exhaled air (air...
Changes in the structure of DNA leads to variations. It is because of sexual reproduction....
Blood is a specialized body fluid. It has four main components: plasma, red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets. About 7 to 8 per cent...
Reflex actions are sudden responses. It is an involuntary action which does not involve thinking. For example, when we touch a hot object, we...
Its red colour is mainly due to ferric oxides occurring as thin coatings on the soil particles while the iron oxide occurs as haematite or as...
85%About 85% of body heat is lost through the skin by convection, conduction, radiation and evaporation of sweat....
Housefly spreads several diseases including dysentery, cholera, typhoid, etc. Hence, it is termed as 'Public Enemy No.1.'...
Ovary is the swollen bottom part of the flower which contains the female gamete....

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