Oparin and Haldane Theory

Evolution is one of the aspects which are full of mysteries. No one has been successful to prove the method of evolution of living organisms. Till date, there are only many hypothesis related to evolu…

Introduction to Pesticides

These days, agriculture has become very advanced. Due to the use of different techniques and tools, farmers are being able to produce more amounts of crops day by day. By using pesticides, the farmers…

Homologous Series

Homologous series is the series of organic compounds containing same functional group and their adjacent members differ by -CH2 group. The members of homologous series have similar chemical properties…

Animal Behaviour

On the earth, almost all living organisms exhibit their specific type of behaviour in response to environmental conditon or external stimuli. Hence, behaviour may be defined as the expression of livin…

Centrioles

Centrioles are non-membranous organelles which are present in the cytoplasm near the nucleus of the cell. They are present in all animal cells and in flagellated motile cells of lower plants. They hav…

Nature of Viruses

We already know that viruses are one of the amazing organisms which have different interesting, unbelievable and unique traits or characteristics. Characteristics of Viruses Viruses are minute and sim…

Golgi Bodies

Golgi bodies are one of the important parts of a cell. They were first discovered or identified by Italian cytologist Camillo Golgi in the year 1898 A.D. He found them in the nerve cells of the barn o…

Units and Quantities

Units Measurement is the comparison of an unknown quantity with a known quantity of same kind. For the measurement of any substance, we require a standard quantity called unit. Units can be defined as…