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2010-09-04 15:01
Glands are of two types: Exocrine glands: Exocrine glands are those which pour their secretions into a duct. For example, sweat glands, tear glands, etc.Endocrine glands: Endocrine glands ar… Read More
2010-08-21 08:53
Advertisement of WBCS(Executive) ETC. EXAMINATION, 2001 has been published by the Public Service Commission, West Bengal on 21/08/2010 on leading newspapers.Brief Information: QUALIFICATIONS… Read More
2010-08-16 16:04
The nervous system perceives the changes around us through our senses. It controls and coordinates all the activities of the muscles in response to the changes outside. It also conducts mess… Read More
2010-08-04 16:50
In living organisms energy is produced by metabolically burning food. But this is accompanied by the formation of a variety of by-products which are harmful to the organism. These wastes hav… Read More
2010-07-29 15:22
Respiration is essential for survival of living organisms. It releases energy from the food. Respiration is defined as the catabolic biochemical process during which organic compounds break… Read More
2010-07-27 16:55
All organisms take food and utilise it to get energy for the growth and maintenance of their bodies. Plants are the only organisms that can prepare food for themselves by using water, carbon… Read More
2010-07-25 17:54
There are 10 major phyla in the animal kingdom from Protozoa to Chordata. Protozoa : This most primitive unicellular organisms which reproduce by fission, budding,spores or sexually. e.g. Am… Read More
2010-07-24 18:15
Plants are multicellular photosynthetic producers of biosphere. With the help of protists and fungi, plants provide the oxygen we breathe. The plant kingdom consists of 260,000 known species… Read More
2010-07-23 02:45
Microorganisms or microbes are too small and are not visible to the unaided eye. They may be unicellular or multicellular. Microorganisms include bacteria, fungi, protozoa and some algae. Vi… Read More

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