What is Motion? In physics, motion is defined as the variation in the position or orientation of any object or body with respect to time. Each and every motion is defined relative to a frame of reference. In general, motion is of three types translational, rotational, and oscillatory. When motion takes place along a line […]

Types of Roots

One of the crucial part of the the vascular plant, that normally grows underground and nourish, and support plants in various ways to grow. The roots are the non-leafy part of a plants, and does not have any nodes. Roots can also grow above the ground surface i.e. known as aerial or if they float […]

Parts of a Plant

As other living beings, Plants are also extremely important to life on Earth. They grow almost everywhere like, in deserts, valleys, on mountains, in salty and fresh water. Plants have varieties of shapes and sizes from the smallest seedling to the towering like Giant Sequoias. They (plants) play crucial role in the life of other […]

Circulatory System

What is the Circulatory System? Our body has 11 organ system, that works in a synchronized way to keep the whole body in a harmony without the occurrence of any issue, these 11 organ systems are – integumentary system, respiratory system, digestive system, skeletal system, muscular system, endocrine system, cardiovascular system, lymphatic system, nervous system, […]


What is Momentum? The term momentum is associated with moving bodies and is the product of the mass and velocity of a body that is in motion. In general, momentum is represented by p. In physics, momentum is the mass in motion and represent the overall motion that any moving object exhibit. Thus, is given […]


What is an Ecosystem? The word ecosystem is defined as a unit of nature that includes living organisms along with the physical environment interacting with each other. An ecosystem can be as small as a small pond or as large as a sea. The whole ecosystem is mainly classified into two categories namely, terrestrial and […]


What are Aerosols? Aerosols sometimes referred to as atmospheric aerosols are the tiny particles existing in either solid, liquid, or both forms that are suspended in the air. The diameter of these particulate matter ranges between 0.002 µm and 100 µm. The major natural sources of aerosols are dust, sea spray, etc. whereas anthropogenic sources […]

Digestive System

What is Digestive System? The series of processes that are followed after the intake of food by the mouth up till it is finally excreted is the whole mechanism of digestion and thus the system is known as the digestive system. This (digestive system) consists of the gastrointestinal tract (GI), pancreas, liver, and gallbladder. The […]

Sense Organs

What are Sense Organs? It is amazing to think that, how we are connected with the things around us, how we are able to observe the things going in our environment. The answer is nature, which has made it possible with the help of developing the five sense organs of our body. These five sense […]

Respiratory System

What is the Respiratory System? The organs, tissues, and other parts of the body that contribute to the process of breathing are known as the respiratory system. Though breathing is said to be a quite simple process where there is the inhalation of the oxygen and exhalation of carbon dioxide. However, if we look at […]