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In order to absorb nutrients, complex food particles must be broken down into simpler forms during digestion. The alimentary canal is a part of the… Read More
Body fluids are substances that are created by the body and then either circulated within it or excreted from it. Examples of these substances include… Read More
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
The heart is a muscular organ that circulates blood through the circulatory/vascular systems around the body. It assists in the distribution of oxygen to every region… Read More
Fertilization is the process in which the union of two haploid gametes i.e. male gamete (sperm) and female gamete (ovum) takes place to form a… Read More
Living organisms are in constant need of nutrients, oxygen, and other essential substances. Also, waste products produced in the body through the various metabolic reactions… Read More
The ovary has mainly two functions. firstly, the ovary produces hormones that drive the female reproductive system. the second one is it controls the development… Read More
Parturition is the birth of a child. Pregnancy, in which a baby develops inside a woman’s uterus, culminates in childbirth. Labour is another name for… 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 pancreas is a six-inch-long gland located in the abdomen. It has the shape of a flat pear and is surrounded by the stomach, small… Read More
The cerebral cortex (of the two cerebral hemispheres) and a number of subcortical structures, such as the hippocampus, basal ganglia, and olfactory bulb, are located… Read More
Human Excretory System is one of the types of life processes. Excretion helps to excrete out all the metabolic waste produced due to any reaction… 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
Gametogenesis is the formation of both male and female gametes, known as gametogenesis.  It is of two types, i.e., spermatogenesis and oogenesis. The process 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

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