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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
Morphology refers to the study of forms or external features of an organism. While studying the morphology of an organism we focus on its external… Read More
Every living organism on earth breathes, including plants, animals, and microbes. The breaking of C-C bonds of the complex compounds through oxidation in the cell,… Read More
The naturally inorganic nutrients found in food and soil that are necessary for the healthy operation of an animal or plant’s body are known as… Read More
The smallest and basic unit of life that carries out all the life processes is known as the cell  A group of cells that are… Read More
Different synthetic substances, including, water, chemicals, and natural solutes are moved by plants in little good ways (starting with one cell then onto the next)… Read More
Plants, just like animals are multicellular eukaryotes. This means that they consist of cells, tissues, and organs each with a special unique function to carry… Read More
Growth is necessary for life. Growth in plants or in any other organisms includes an increase in size which is irreversible. In other words,  growth… Read More
Plant growth is dependent on three major factors that are differentiation, differentiation, and differentiation. The kingdom Plantae is home to a variety of unique living… 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
Respiration is a chain of chemical reactions which enables all living entities to synthesize the energy required to sustain themselves. In breath, inhalation of oxygen… Read More
Term tissue ( French word meaning woven ) was used by N.Grew (1682) the father of plant anatomy. Nageli is regarded as the father of… Read More
Growth is the constant, unavoidable expansion of an organism’s size. All organisms have this characteristic, which is accompanied by a number of metabolic processes. Speeds… Read More
Plants do not have a circulatory system to transfer molecules from one place to the other. Water and minerals collected from the soil by the… Read More
One of the most fundamental and obvious qualities of a living thing is growth. What exactly is growth? Growth is described as an irreversible permanent… Read More

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