Biomolecules

Carbon, oxygen, hydrogen, phosphorus, sulfur and nitrogen are the six elements that are responsible for the occupying 90% of the dry weight of the human body. The other elements that are found in the cells and also play the vital role are Ca, Zn, K, Cl, Mg, Cu, Co, Fe, Se, and Mo. Biological molecules […]

Cancer Cells

The uncontrolled division and growth of the abnormal cell in the body differing from the normal cells are the cancer cells. This unrestricted growth of the cells targets the immune system by weakening it, secondly it leads to severe tumors and other fatal impairment. There are numerous types of cancers that can occur inn any […]

Difference and Similarities Between DNA and RNA

The Central Dogma describes the chronology of the genetic code, from the DNA (Deoxy ribonucleic acid) to the making of RNA (ribonucleic acid) and to protein. There is no short cut of this process, the series of chemical coding and decoding goes in this manner only and if got untracked the consequences can be life […]

Herbivores, Carnivores and Omnivores Animals

Our ecosystem consists of varieties of animals. Within their natural communities, the animals even have their particular diet that makes them the participants of the food chain as well. Thus, we can that these living creatures gain their energy directly or from other living things such as plants or animals and hence categorized as the […]

Klinefelter Syndrome

Klinefelter syndrome is the chromosomal disorder found in males, where the baby boy is born with an extra copy of the X chromosome. It adversely affects the cerebral and physical growth of the males and sometimes it is been diagnosed during adulthood. Klinefelter syndrome severely strike the testicular development significantly and thus the testicles of […]

Turner Syndrome

A genetic or chromosomal disorder affecting girls and women, where the reason is found to be the complete or partial missing of the X chromosome (sex chromosome). Turner syndrome can result in numerous medical issues in terms of females’ growth and development that majorly include short stature or height, heart defects, and undeveloped ovaries. This […]

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, […]

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 […]