1. CBSE Class 11th The Plant Kingdom

    January 31st, 2021 by

    Whittaker, a scientist, proposed a Five Kingdom classification for all living organisms dividing them into: Monera, Protista, Fungi, Animalia and Plantae. In Plantae, the species are subdivided into Algae, Bryophytes, Pteridophytes, Gymnosperms and Angiosperms. The classification of plants was done on the basis of their physical characteristics, called the artificial system. Later, natural classifical systems […]

  2. CBSE Class 12th Introduction to Biotechnology

    January 20th, 2021 by

    What is Biotechnology? The European Federation of Biotechnology explains Biotechnology as “The integration of natural science and organisms, cells, parts thereof, and molecular analogues for products and services”. The two techniques involved in modern biotechnology are:  Genetic Engineering : Changing the phenotype of the host organism by introducing the DNA and RNA of foreign organism. […]

  3. CBSE Class 8th Cell – Structure and Functions

    January 16th, 2021 by

    What is a cell? Discovered by Robert Hooke in 1665 after observing cork under a microscope, the cell forms the basic unit of an organ. Although Hooke discovered dead cells, living cells were discovered a lot later. Depending on the number of cells, an organism can be multicellular (number of cells) or unicellular (single- celled). […]

  4. CBSE Class 10th &12th Human Eye Structure

    January 12th, 2021 by

    We are able to see the objects through the reflection, refraction of light. The human eye has a natural lens which allows the light to enter and the images to form.  Like a regular pair of spectacles, our eyes also use a lens to adjust the focus and produce clear images. But have you ever […]

  5. CBSE Class 12th Dominant, Inheritance of Two Genes

    January 5th, 2021 by

    We have read Mendel’s Laws of Inheritance in sexually reproducing organisms through his experiments and observations of the garden pea-plant. The crossing of Filial Generation proved to Mendel that genes which carry information for a particular trait, can be dominant and recessive and the dominant gene is the one which expresses its characteristic in the […]

  6. CBSE Class 12th Laws of Inheritance

    January 4th, 2021 by

    “Inheritance” means acquiring character traits by an offspring from its Parent. According to Mendel’s Laws of Inheritance, this process takes place in sexually-reproducing organisms. He conducted Hybridisation of the pea-plant to observe how inheritance occurs in a garden pea plant. Major Conclusions of Mendel’s Experiment: 1. Statistical analysis done on a large quantity (14 varieties […]

  7. Myths in Biology That Will Unhinge Your Mind

    December 9th, 2020 by

    Biology is a fascinating branch of science, probably the most closely related and comprehensible of all sciences because it is related to life and the way living organisms function. Biology is a revolutionary science to study because, a deeper understanding of the nucleus, DNA structure, division, and reproduction of cells has led to the development […]

  8. Awesome Inventions in Biology

    November 12th, 2020 by

    The future belongs to the curious and our future is in the minds of our young. Prepared to be inspired, motivated, driven, etc with these really thoughtful and cool inventions. Spoiler Alert! These are all invented by our children of tomorrow. #1. Eco-toys 11-year-old Bella Winfield was in love with dolls and toys like any […]