Biology

Introduction to Genetics

History of Genetics From the earliest recorded history, ancient civilizations observed patterns in reproduction. Animals produce offspring of the same species, children resembled their parents, and plants gave rise to […]

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Terminology of Genetics

Terminology of Genetics:  Heredity: The transmission of characters from one generation to the next, that is from parents to offsprings (progeny) is known as heredity. These hereditary characters are present on the […]

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Soil: A Natural Resource

Soil helps plants in their growth by providing them with water and nutrients. There is a great importance of soil in agriculture. Agriculture helps in satisfying the need of food […]

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Soil

The soil is made of stones, pebbles, sand, fine soil particles as well as organic substances. Importance of Soil The soil provides support plants by holding the roots firmly and […]

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Human Reproductive System (Female)

The female reproductive system is divided into external and internal genitalia. Female External Genitalia: The ‘Vulva’ or the female external genital organs are those genital organs that are present on […]

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Human Reproductive System (Male)

Reproduction: The process of formation of life from pre-existing life is called reproduction. In animals two types of reproduction are observed a) asexual reproduction and b) sexual reproduction. Asexual Reproduction: […]

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Prokaryotic Cells

The Earth has formed 4.5 billion years ago and on the Earth, arose the first life form in the form of Prokaryotic cells. These unicellular creatures are primordial and are […]

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Introduction to Biology

Biology is a branch of science which studies living beings that all plants and animals including humans. Biology is a word derived from Greek words (Greek: bios = life; logos = […]

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