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Plants do not have a circulatory system to transfer molecules from one place to the other. Water and minerals collected from the soil by the… Read More
The cell is the basic structural and functional unit of living organisms. In biology, the cell has the same central position as that of an… Read More
One of the most fundamental and obvious qualities of a living thing is growth. What exactly is growth? Growth is described as an irreversible permanent… Read More
Life forms and living processes are known as the science of biology. Growth, reproduction, capability to smell the terrain and mount a suitable response is… Read More
The fundamental structural and operational unit of all living things is the cell. Each cell has a cytoplasm that is surrounded by a membrane and… Read More
Before going to know about vitamins and their uses, and benefits for health, we have to know What are vitamins? and history of vitamins and… Read More
The study of the physical and external structure of plants is known as the morphology of plants. The morphology of flowering plants includes leaves, roots,… Read More
Cellular junctions are the connections that exist between cells. They are multiprotein complexes present in animal cells’ cell membranes. These complexes aid in the attachment… Read More
Before going to know about protein and its uses we have to know clearly about what is protein. How protein is made? How does protein… Read More
Animals are those organisms which are eukaryotic, multicellular and heterotrophic in their mode of nutrition. Animal cells do not have cell walls. Except for a… Read More
Eukaryotic cells found in plants differ significantly from those seen in other eukaryotic organisms in a number of significant ways. Animal and plant cells both… Read More
The process that all living organisms perform to maintain their life is called life processes. The basic life processes common to all living organisms are… Read More
Animals are multicellular eukaryotic organisms. They have a heterotrophic mode of nutrition as they take nutrients from other organisms. Moreover, the central vacuole is absent… Read More
In all vertebrates and most invertebrate animals, the center of the nervous system is the brain. Location is near the sensory organs i.e., in the… Read More
The broad classification of living organisms under the system given by Whittaker (1969) wherein he suggested the Five kingdom classification viz Monera, Protista, Fungi, Animalia,… Read More

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