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All living organisms are made of cells. A unicellular organism has a single cell in its body, i.e., a single cell performs all basic life… Read More
Deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) is a polymer composed of two polynucleotide chains that coil around one another to form a double helix. DNA is the only… Read More
An abnormal condition known as a disease is one that specifically damages an organism’s structure or function, either completely or in part, without being instantly… Read More
In earlier systems of classification, only habit or external morphological characters were considered the sole basis of classification. But later on, organisms were classified on… Read More
R.H Whittaker classified living organisms into five kingdoms based on cell structure, mode of nutrition, reproduction, and phylogenetic relationship. The five kingdoms are Monera, Protista,… Read More
DNA is a collection of molecules that is in charge of transporting and passing genetic information from parents to offspring. DNA is the genetic material… Read More
Gregor John Mendel established in his experiment that characteristics are determined by various variables. When gametes form, these variables segregate independently and are stable. But… Read More
Chlorophyll was first separated and named by Joseph Bienaime Caventou and Pierre Joseph Pelletier in 1817. The presence of magnesium in chlorophyll was found in… Read More
Natural selection, or evolution, is the process by which a species’ features change throughout multiple generations. From small-scale changes like an increase in the frequency… Read More
An allele is a term instituted to depict a particular copy of a gene. Qualities, the DNA successions controlling our attributes, are normally tracked down… Read More
Biological classification can be defined as the method used to categorize and group living organisms based on their features and functions, also known as taxonomy.… Read More
The word allele is a general term to mean the elective types of quality or differentiating quality pair that indicates the elective type of quality… Read More
Also referred to as DNA profiling. The laboratory process known as DNA fingerprinting uses the nucleotide sequences of particular regions of human DNA that are… Read More
An evolutionary or phylogenetic tree both have the same names. It is a branching diagram or tree that represents the relationships that have developed over… Read More
In science, an aggregate is characterized as the noticeable qualities or attributes of a living being which is the consequence of the cooperation of qualities… Read More

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