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Ketan Krishna Mishra

Mar 19, 2015

What are the differences between cell wall and cell membrane?

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Tilak raj Kundan

May 24, 2014

Why lysosomes are called suicide bag of the cell?

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It is because when the cell infected and antibodies can't work then it brust out the cell

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Pranav Sharma

Jan 21, 2015

Write a short note on polysaccharides.

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Polysaccharides are one type of carbohydrates synthesised from monosaccharide units joined by glycosidic bonds.Polysaccharides are the most common naturally occurring carbohydrates. A polysa...

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Gaurav kumar chaurasia

May 11, 2014

Tell and Explain me the defination of Life?

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Madhurima Majumdar

May 8, 2014

In geography, the chapter water resources is not there at all.How should I get it?There is not even a deactivated option for it. Please look to my problem at your earliest.

In tenth class Geography third chapter is "Water Resources". Please see Contemporary India ( NCERT or CBSE ) text book.

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Garima ojha

Jul 4, 2014

define the circulatory system?

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The system which pumps the fluid tissue to transport it throughout the body is called the circulatory system.
The system comprises of heart, arteries, veins and capillaries. The system transp...

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Sulmi Salim

Aug 27, 2014

What is the definition of exosmosis which leads to shrinking of the cell.

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Osmosis is the movement of water molecules from a region of lower concentration of solute to a region of higher concentration of solute through a semipermeable membrane.
If the water concentr...

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Madhurima Majumdar

Apr 26, 2014

which is the smallest, longest and largest cell?

Smallest cell: The smallest living cell is Pelagibacter ubique.
Longest cell: Nerve cells, in some Colossal squids it is 10 m long.
Largest cell: Llarge algae like Caulerpa, which may gro...

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P Murali Krishna

Feb 25, 2015


a)"Variation is beneficial to the species, but not necessary for the individual."Justify giving 5 reasons.
b)What is the contribution of Charles Darwin in the field of evolution?

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Please post individual questions.
a) I have answered the same question to you in the question number with Id :97756.

b) Charles Darwin proposed the Theory of Natural selection....

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Madhurima Majumdar

May 24, 2014

What is the autophagy process performed by the lysosome?

Ingesting itself is called autophagy. In diseased condition lysosomes breaks and release its enzymes into the cell which kills the cell.

Answer (1)

Ketan Krishna Mishra

Mar 19, 2015

What are the differences between cell wall and cell membrane?

This answer has an image. Please click on the question to read more.

Answer (2)

Tilak raj Kundan

May 24, 2014

Why lysosomes are called suicide bag of the cell?

Answer.

It is because when the cell infected and antibodies can't work then it brust out the cell

Answer (4)

Pranav Sharma

Jan 21, 2015

Write a short note on polysaccharides.

Sol:

Polysaccharides are one type of carbohydrates synthesised from monosaccharide units joined by glycosidic bonds.Polysaccharides are the most common naturally occurring carbohydrates. A polysa...

Answer (1)

Gaurav kumar chaurasia

May 11, 2014

Tell and Explain me the defination of Life?

Thanks GUrpeet .I support your answer .  
              In other words life is a condition,position which makes a difference between living & non-living thing....

Answer (2)

Madhurima Majumdar

May 8, 2014

In geography, the chapter water resources is not there at all.How should I get it?There is not even a deactivated option for it. Please look to my problem at your earliest.

In tenth class Geography third chapter is "Water Resources". Please see Contemporary India ( NCERT or CBSE ) text book.

Answer (1)

Garima ojha

Jul 4, 2014

define the circulatory system?

Sol:
The system which pumps the fluid tissue to transport it throughout the body is called the circulatory system.
The system comprises of heart, arteries, veins and capillaries. The system transp...

Answer (1)

Sulmi Salim

Aug 27, 2014

What is the definition of exosmosis which leads to shrinking of the cell.

Sol:
Osmosis is the movement of water molecules from a region of lower concentration of solute to a region of higher concentration of solute through a semipermeable membrane.
If the water concentr...

Answer (1)

Madhurima Majumdar

Apr 26, 2014

which is the smallest, longest and largest cell?

Smallest cell: The smallest living cell is Pelagibacter ubique.
Longest cell: Nerve cells, in some Colossal squids it is 10 m long.
Largest cell: Llarge algae like Caulerpa, which may gro...

Answer (1)

P Murali Krishna

Feb 25, 2015


a)"Variation is beneficial to the species, but not necessary for the individual."Justify giving 5 reasons.
b)What is the contribution of Charles Darwin in the field of evolution?

Sol:
Please post individual questions.
a) I have answered the same question to you in the question number with Id :97756.

b) Charles Darwin proposed the Theory of Natural selection....

Answer (1)

Madhurima Majumdar

May 24, 2014

What is the autophagy process performed by the lysosome?

Ingesting itself is called autophagy. In diseased condition lysosomes breaks and release its enzymes into the cell which kills the cell.

Answer (1)

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