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.

Answer: Cell loses its water molecules. Hypertonic solution is the one that contains more concentration of solutes relative to the solute...
Answer: Shrubs are medium in height, taller woody plants than herbs, and shorter than a tree. The height is normally about 6 m-10 m or 20...
Answer: (1) Pneumatophores can only be found in mangrove trees, such as Ceriops sp, Heritiera domes. These are the aerial roots of certain plants...
Answer: ATP - Adenosine triphosphate ADP - Adenosine diphosphate Adenosine triphosphate (ATP) is a measure of the energy of a cell. It is formed...
Answer: (2) Agar is a jelly-like material which is derived from Red Algae. The jelly material in algae is due to the presence of unbranched...
Answer: The difference between the hypocotyl and epicotyl is explained below. Hypocotyl Epicotyl The part of the embryonal axis which...
Answer: A tendon is a fibrous connective tissue which binds muscle to bone. Tendon is a tissue that connects muscle to bones in humans....
Answer: (2) The inflorescence is the arrangement of flowers on the floral axis. Cyathium contains a cup-shaped involucre provided with...
Answer: Lymphoid organs are the organs where lymphocyte origin, maturation, and proliferation occurs. There are two types of lymphoid organs...