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5 ways in which we can prevent the wastage of food: Shop for food items only for limited quantity Don't cook too much Try to preserve by...
Ploughing is the process of loosening and digging of soil using a plough. This helps in proper aeration of the soil. The process of loosening...
Neuron is the structural and functional unit of the nervous system. Cell body, dendrites, and axons are the components of neurons. Our nervous...
The bacteria in the soil that can convert atmospheric nitrogen into a soluble compound is rhizobium bacteria. It is present in root nodules of...
The process in which food id consumed by the organisms and the nutrients are absorbed by the body and used in the functioning of the body is...
The process of planting seeds is called sowing. The seeds should be sown at appropriate depth because seeds sown superficially can be eaten by...
If photosynthesis does not occur in plants then plants cannot synthesize the food. This causes the mbalanv=ce in the environment. The plants will...
Asexual reproduction called somatogenic reproduction because: Miotic division takes place The new progenies are formed Only the somatic part...
Microorganisms are minute organisms that are invisible to the naked eye. Microorganisms are so small that they can only be seen under a...
Ribosomes are complex molecular organelle which helps in the digestion of protein and conversion of protein into amino acids. All prokaryotes...

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