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Human Genome Project was the world’s largest collaborative biological project that gave us the ability to examine the full genetic manual for creating a human… Read More
A cycle of development produces growth, advancement, constructive change, or the increase of the physical, monetary, ecological, social, and segmental components. An increase in the… Read More
India is officially known as Republic. India is a country in South Asia and is the seventh-largest country by area and second-largest by population. It… Read More
Exocytosis alludes to the cell system, where the vehicle vesicles consolidate with the cell film and kill the materials out of the cell through constitutive,… Read More
The right lobes of the liver and the inferior vena cava are located on the front side of the adrenal gland which would be on… Read More
Demos, which means “common citizens,” and Kratos, which denotes power, are the two Greek words that are the origin of the phrase “a majority dominates… Read More
The Marathas were warriors from the Deccan Plateau region, which is currently called Maharashtra. They revolted against the Mughal empire and were very prominent during… Read More
Warren Hastings was a colonial administrator, who came to India as an employee of the East India Company. During the period 1772 to 1785, he… Read More
All plants belong to the kingdom Plantae. They are multicellular, eukaryotic, and autotrophic creatures. A stiff cell wall is present in each plant cell. Chloroplasts… Read More
The Mughal empire remained a dynamic, centralized, and complex organization for nearly one hundred and seventy years (1556-1719). The emperor commanded cadres of loyal officials… Read More
An organism with a different sizes, shapes, modes of nutrition, reproduction mode, habitat, etc. exists on the planet earth. In every species, there are hundreds… Read More
Algae, bryophytes, pteridophytes, gymnosperms, and angiosperms are all members of the plant kingdom. The first land plants appeared around 470 million years ago, and a… Read More
Growth is the constant, unavoidable expansion of an organism’s size. All organisms have this characteristic, which is accompanied by a number of metabolic processes. Speeds… Read More
Tsunami is a Japanese word that sounds like “soo-nah-me,” with “tsu” standing for harbor and “nami” for wave. Tsunamis are waves brought on by the… Read More
The kidneys are two reddish-brown, bean-shaped organs found in vertebrates. They are located on the left and right sides of the retroperitoneal space in adults… Read More

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