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Evolution is the process where two or more species can be developed from a single species. There are mainly four types of Evolution. Among them,… Read More
Different animals with different structures and forms are present all over the world. As over million species of animals have been described till now need… Read More
Monera has a place with the prokaryote family. The life forms having a place in this realm don’t contain a genuine core. These are the… Read More
There are many organs that are involved in the digestive system like the tongue, pancreas, liver, salivary glands, and gallbladder. The main function of the… Read More
The process of separating distinct classes depending on their features is known as biological categorization. This chapter requires both comprehension and memorization skills because there… Read More
Whenever the normal working of our body system gets disturbed, we feel sick. It can happen when a bacterium, infection, etc., enters our body or… Read More
Flowering plants are also called angiosperms. The anatomy of flowering plants includes the organization of cells and tissues within the bodies of flowering plants. Plants… Read More
Migration can be defined as the movement of people from one region to another region of a state or a country by settling temporarily or… Read More
HeLa cells allude to a line of cells having a place with a strain that has been consistently refined beginning around 1951. Contrasted with other… Read More
Living creatures adjust to their moves and positions because of the natural changes for their insurance or for their potential benefit. At the point when… Read More
In one word if the fundamental unit of life is to be described then that would be “Cell”. The cell is known as the building… Read More
Each organism in this world, whether it is a plant, an animal, or a microorganism(viruses, bacteria, unicellular eukaryotes), is unique in itself. This uniqueness of… Read More
If something abnormal happens in the body then we consider it a disease. At some time everyone will get affected by any form of illness… Read More
Gregor Johann Mendel (1822-1884) was an Austrian scientist, teacher, and Augustinian prelate who lived in the 1800s.  He was educated in a monastery and went… Read More
Each organism in this world, whether it is a plant, an animal, or a microorganism(viruses, bacteria, unicellular eukaryotes), is unique in itself. This uniqueness of… Read More

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