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Inside living cells, a metabolic biochemical mechanism known as respiration is responsible for the conversion of complicated dietary material into a form that may be… Read More
The living world has a wide range of its own. All living organisms grow and increase in mass and number of individuals. Growth, reproduction, ability… Read More
Discharge is the physiological course of disposal of metabolic waste from the body. The excretory items incorporate amino acids, urea, uric corrosive, carbon dioxide, water,… Read More
The anatomy of flowering plants includes the organisation of cells and tissues within the bodies of flowering plants. Tissues are formed by a group of… Read More
The word “Pheretima” was first utilized by Kinberg in 1867. The first Indian worm was portrayed by Prof. Karm Narayan Bhal. The entire nuances of… Read More
In many metabolic reactions, the body produces a variety of hazardous compounds. Among other things, it contains uric acid, carbon dioxide, water, ions, and ammonia.… Read More
Cell is the fundamental and structural unit of all living entity. It is the  biological, structural, and functional unit of all plants and animals. cells… Read More
When a single cell divides into two or more cells, we say that cell division has occurred. The single cell that divides itself is known… Read More
Respiration is a biological process, it involves the activity of interchanging oxygen and carbon dioxide via a liquid medium to use the oxygen for the… Read More
Mineral Nutrition is characterized as the normally occurring inorganic supplement found in the soil and food that is essential for the appropriate working of plant… Read More
Everywhere on earth, there are a variety of living things. The earth’s warm, humid regions are home to a wide variety of species, earning them… Read More
Animals build up ions like Na+ and K+ as well as urea, ammonia, also uric acid, water and CO2, Cl-, phosphate, sulphate, and other substances,… Read More
The animal kingdom is also called Animalia. Animalia is additionally arranged into Phyla, Class, Order, Family, and Genus in view of their fundamental and characteristic… Read More
R.H. Whittaker categorized living things using the Five Kingdoms system. He divided living things into different categories according to their cellular makeup, mode of nourishment,… Read More
‘Living’ is something alive, something that can develop, move, repeat, breathe and do different cell exercises. To comprehend what is living, we really want to… Read More

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