Top Green Energy Sources Each of these green energy sources has its unique advantages and considerations, and their suitability may vary depending on geographical, economic, and technological factors. A combination of these sources, along with energy efficiency measures and responsible
Our Holy River Ganga’s water is considered very sacred. Why River Ganga’s waters considered pure ? It is because of her bodyguard.. Yes, River Ganga has a bodyguard, which are the bateriophages contained in her water. A Bacteriophage is a
Gravity is one of the very much overlooked reasons for our survival. In fact, without gravity, life would probably not survive on Earth. Who knows, maybe even this world would not have existed. Okay, let’s not make things seem darker.
Have you ever wondered what will happen if all the animals living today go extinct? Or when all the plants and crops become unable to survive on this polluted Earth? There will surely be a day such as this; when
Another Biology Drawing : Longitudinal section of a flower. Class 10 CBSE Biology Classwork. Longitudinal section of flower contains the reproductive system of plants. This picture also has diagrams of Leaf of Bryophyllum with buds, Spore Formation in Rhizopus, and
Class 10 Biology Diagram | Binary Fission in Amoeba & Leishmania Diagrams.
Human Alimentary Canal Biology Diagram for Class 10. from my Biology Classwork. Human digestive system is also known as alimentary canal is a muscular tube which extends from the mouth to the anus. The parts of the human digestive system
Amoeba follows holozoic mode of nutrition. Amoeba engulfs the food with the help of temporary finger-like projections of its body surface called pseudopodia. Here is my Biology classwork diagram of Nutrition in Amoeba for Class 10.
Open & Closed Stomatal Pore diagram for Class 10, CBSE Biology. This diagram is from my Biology notebook. The opening and closing of stomata are controlled by the guard cells. When water flows into the guard cells, they swell up.
Sharing my Biology diagrams here. Cross Section of a Leaf. Biology Diagram for CBSE class 10. The cross section of a leaf is divided into three main parts namely, the epidermis, mesophyll and the veins. Epidermis is divided into two