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Cyst are pocket like membranes on tissues containing a liquid-like substance grows on the skin in an abnormal manner. These are independent of...
Tissues are a group of cells. In plants and animals the function of a tissue varies. In plants mainly two kinds of tissues are found: Xylem and...
Neurons are the building blocks of the nervous system. It is defined as the specialized cells that help to transmit information to other parts of...
The precautions to be taken while observing the nucleus in cheek cells in the laboratory: The mouth of the person whose cheek is bein taken...
The mode of reproduction in which the offsprings are produced by single parent is called asexual reproduction. The offsprings are the exact...
ORS: Oral rehydration solution is given to the person who faces dehydration usually when one has undergone diarrhea, vomiting, sweating, burns,...
Parasite Saprophyte The organisms that grow, inhibits and derives nutrients from the host is called parasite The organisms that depend on...
The biosphere is defined as the global ecological system consisting of all the living organisms and these are protected from human intervention....
The following experiment is performed to test the presence of starch in leaves: Take a fresh leaf Boil the leaf so that the cells in leaves gets...
A biological process in which the fusion of the male and the female gamete occurs is called fertilization. The sperms are released from the male...

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