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Living organisms are classified into five different categories based on their methods of nutrition, cellular structure, modes of reproduction, body composition, etc. R.H. Whittaker gave… Read More
The study of an organism’s internal structure is called anatomy. Histology, or the study of tissue organization and structure, is a component of plant anatomy… Read More
We discovered that all living cells must be provided with supplements, O2, and other fundamental substances. Likewise, the waste or destructive substances produced must be… Read More
The movement of water and minerals throughout the body of the plant is referred to as transportation. For transferring water and nutrients throughout their bodies,… Read More
All the species of plants come under the category of the plant kingdom. They consist of eukaryotic, multicellular, and autotrophic organisms. Autotrophs are those organisms… Read More
All the carbon-based compounds that are seen in or produced by living organisms and are necessary to a biological cycle are called biomolecules. Examples of… Read More
Biological classification is the term that is used for grouping different living organisms into different groups according to their similarities and dissimilarities. Modern classification uses… Read More
The cell is the smallest fundamental unit in animals. It is where the structural organization begins. Additionally, tissues are made up of a collection of… Read More
Animals by metabolic activities collect ammonia, urea, uric acid, carbon dioxide, water and ions such as Na+, K+, Cl–, phosphate, sulphate, etc. These substances need… Read More
The scientific field of morphology is concerned with the examination of the composition, traits, and forms of living things. Despite the great structural variation that… Read More
Body fluids are the medium of supply in the body. In the average 70 kg adult, human total body water is about 60 per cent… Read More
Angiosperms come under the classification of Plant Kingdom. Kingdom Plantae incorporates every one of the plants. They are eukaryotic, multicellular, and autotrophic life forms. The… Read More
Animals have definite shapes and sizes. They are unbranched except for the sponges. Animals’ organs are generally internal, e.g., liver, heart, kidney, lungs, brain, stomach,… Read More
Animals belong to the largest kingdom Animalia or Animal kingdom. Animals can not make their own food. So, they are dependent on other organisms for… Read More
Respiration is a biochemical interaction wherein air moves between the outside climate and the tissues and cells of the species. In breath, inward breath of… Read More

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