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Scientific Name of Neem

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Updated on 23-Jan-2023 18:26:03

Introduction The neem plant is evergreen and is an inhabitant of tropical regions. The neem plant is very beneficial to mankind as it has various uses and no other plant has such diverse uses as it does. According to some studies neem plants can be used for controlling pests, may ... Read More

Scientific Name of Human Being

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Updated on 23-Jan-2023 18:17:06

Introduction Homo sapiens is the scientific name given to human beings. The term Homo sapiens was given by Carl Linnaeus, the father of Taxonomy. In Latin, the term Homo refers to ‘earthly being’ and sapiens refers to ‘wise’. We are the sole surviving members of the genus Homo. We ... Read More

Schistosomiasis Life Cycle

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Updated on 23-Jan-2023 18:10:36

Introduction Depending on where the adult flukes are found, the parasitic disease schistosomiasis can either be intestinal or urogenital in nature. Millions of people in numerous nations in Africa and the Middle East are afflicted by schistosomiasis (Schistosoma haematobium), more specifically known as urogenital schistosomiasis. Numerous urogenital problems, including dysuria, ... Read More

Scabies Life Cycle

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Updated on 23-Jan-2023 17:42:11

Introduction The order Sarcoptiformes, class Arachnida, and subclass Acari all include the Sarcoptes scabiei. Scabies was one of the first human ailments for which a cause could be found. The perpetrator is the mite Sarcoptes scabiei, which is found in the epidermis of numerous mammals, including humans. This mite was ... Read More

Salient Features of The Kingdom Monera

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Updated on 23-Jan-2023 17:20:21

Introduction The realization that microorganisms alone control a vast portion of the evolving community of living things is incredibly astounding. They are the most common life forms in the living environment. Microscopic creatures are present everywhere. This characteristic can be attributed to the great variety of microorganisms and the fact ... Read More

Saddle Joints

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Updated on 23-Jan-2023 17:14:49

Introduction The human body is supported by a hard frame of a skeleton. Bones and cartilages are their main components. The skeletal system is divided into exoskeleton and endoskeleton. The human endoskeleton is made of 206 bones and some supporting cartilage. The skeleton has various functions such as Supporting ... Read More

Root Modifications

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Updated on 23-Jan-2023 17:06:43

Introduction Roots are the vital organs of plants that help in support and water and nutrition absorption and transport. There are 2 types of root systems: Tap root system Adventitious or fibrous root system. Images Coming soon Tap Root When a seed germinates, the radicle elongates and becomes ... Read More

Scientific Names of Animals and Plants

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Updated on 23-Jan-2023 16:56:23

Introduction to Binomial Nomenclature Naming the various living things in nature is an old practice. But because there are so many different languages and cultures, different common names for the same species are given based on where they are and what language is spoken there. We require a standard method ... Read More

Macromolecule

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Updated on 23-Jan-2023 16:47:08

Introduction To sustain life, we have to eat food. The nutrients that are present in the food give us the energy to work, run and play. In addition, these nutrients protect us from diseases, heal our wounds, and keep up healthy. Many of the nutrients present in the food are ... Read More

Physical and Chemical Properties of Alcohols

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Updated on 23-Jan-2023 16:43:33

Introduction The organic compounds that form a series that consists of the same functional groups but have variations in their $\mathrm{-CH_2}$ group are determined as the homologous series. In this homologous series, various successive compounds can be seen including alcohol, phenol, ether, and so on. The alcohols have more than ... Read More

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