The article explains the difference between Osmosis and Diffusion in biology. It enlists major differences between diffusion and osmosis and caters the need of students of class 9, class 11, and class 12 and even colleges and universities. All the important difference between Osmosis and Diffusion are in tabulated as well as in text form.
The article explains the difference between arteries and veins. It gives more than 15 differences between arteries and veins under various categories. It also indicate the difference between pulmonary artery and pulmonary vein, explains the structural, physiological and anatomical differences between arteries and veins.
The article explains about the First law of inheritance- The Mendel’s law of segregation. The F1 and F2 ratio in Mendel experiment in monohybrid cross of Pea plants. It also talks about the concepts of genotype, phenotype, dominant and recessive allele and the reciprocal and test cross.
The article explains and provides notes on discovery definition, origin, nomenclature, functions, biological roles and types of the restriction endonuclease and their recognition site. It also give details on difference between types of restriction enzymes and also hints about complex star activity of restriction endonuclease.
This article on gene cloning principle and technique, includes gene cloning definition and methods, gene cloning steps, along with gene cloning diagram. It explains gene cloning vectors, the importance of gene cloning strategies and application. The information is basically based on gene cloning and dna analysis by TA brown.
The article is about Gregor Johann Mendel, his life, experiments with pea plants, his observation and law of dominance. The article also answers why Mendel selected pea plant, why Mendel’s work remained unnoticed for so long, the rediscovery of Mendel’s work and emergence of Mendel’s laws of Inheritance.
This article delves into the intricacies of sexual reproduction (genetic recombination) in bacteria, exploring how processes like conjugation, transformation, and transduction shape the bacterial landscape
Bacterial reproduction showcases remarkable diversity through a variety of asexual modes, such as binary fission, budding, and sporulation. The article is useful as a notes pdf on bacterial asexual reproduction or if someone wants to study the common modes of bacterial reproduction.
This article gives the difference between C3, C4 and CAM plants, incorporating the NCERT table of class 11. All major differences between C3, C4 and CAM plants are enlisted in table form including the anatomical (leaf anatomy) and physiological (e.g. photosynthesis) differences
The article is about types of reproduction in bacteria including common methods asexual, vegetative and sexual reproduction in bacteria with diagrams. Endospore formation in bacteria is also explained along with parasexual mode.
The article provides an in-depth analysis of the differences between prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells, covering various key aspects. It discusses the contrasting characteristics, highlighting how prokaryotic cells lack a nucleus and membrane-bound organelles, whereas eukaryotic cells possess a true nucleus and various organelles.
The article provides a comprehensive examination of the differences between mitosis and meiosis, highlighting their contrasting characteristics. It covers various aspects, including the structural dissimilarities, outlining how mitosis results in two identical diploid cells, while meiosis produces four non-identical haploid cells. The article emphasizes the variations in cell division stages, such as anaphase, metaphase, and prophase, between mitosis and meiosis.
The article gives the difference between C3 and C4 plants, incorporating the NCERT table of class 11. All major differences between C3 and C4 plants are enlisted in table form including the anatomical (leaf anatomy) and physiological (e.g. photosynthesis) differences
The article provides a comprehensive exploration of the differences between plant cells and animal cells, covering a wide range of key aspects. It discusses the structural disparities, highlighting the presence of a cell wall and chloroplasts in plant cells, while animal cells lack these features.