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Growing up is a normal part of life. Adolescence is the stage of life when the body undergoes changes that lead to reproductive maturity. Around… Read More
Reproduction is the process by which an organism produces young ones similar to itself. When this process involves only one parent and produces clones that… Read More
Manure and fertilizers are the materials put into the soil as nutrients to support the healthy growth of plants. Manuring is the practice of incorporating… Read More
Crops are plants that are grown and harvested by farmers for profit or subsistence. Crops are essential for the survival of both animals and humans.… Read More
To save mother earth, it is very important to conserve our plants and animals. The backbone of our planet is plants and animals so it… Read More
Without woods, life on Earth would not be possible. As the planet’s lungs, the forests and oceans play a critical role in the fight against… Read More
Soil is a critical natural resource. Soil is the earth’s thin surface layer composed of mineral particles formed by the breakdown (weathering) of rocks, decayed… Read More
Agriculture is the science, which mainly deals with the diverse process or strategies used for the development various of plants and animal cultivation or animal… Read More
Microorganisms are very small. We can see them with the help of a microscope. These organisms are known as microbes or microorganisms and are single-celled… Read More
Agriculture is the science that primarily deals with the various processes or methods used for cultivating various varieties of plants and livestock farming or animal… Read More
Adolescence, derived from the Latin adolescere, which means “to grow up,” is a stage of physical and psychological human development that generally occurs between puberty… Read More
The term “wildlife” refers to non-domesticated animal species. As a result, any living organism found in the forest is associated with wildlife. It can be… Read More
Plants and animals are the backbones of life on Earth; it is critical to conserve them and keep them from becoming extinct, as this helps… Read More
Microorganisms (also called microbes) are living organisms that can be only seen through a microscope. Microorganisms can be unicellular (example: bacteria) or multicellular (example: fungi).… Read More
Generation is the method involved with delivering people of a similar kind. The majority of the life forms repeat by mating, which builds the hereditary… Read More

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