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The blood is red in color and circulates in the body like a river. The blood consists of a homogenous fluid called plasma constituting 55% and the remaining 45% by three types of blood corpuscles. PLASMA The plasma of the b...
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ORIGIN AND EVOLUTION OF LIFE The following list of contents detail  discussion  about origin of life on the earth and evolution of life on the earth.   ORIGIN OF LIFE ORGANIC EVOLUTION-LAMARCKISM NATURAL SELECTION NATURAL...
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BOOKS AND THEIR AUTHORS IN BIOLOGY Historia Animalium Aristotle Historia Plantarium Theophrastus Origin of species Charles Darwin Philosophic Zoolgique Lamarck Philospohica Botanica C. Linnaeus Essay on Population Maithus ...
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1) Chilopoda : 1. Phylum Arthropoda includes this group Chilopoda. 2. Chilopoda includes centipedes. 3. These are dorso - ventrally flattened, distinctly segmented arthropods. 4. The body shows 2 divisions. 1. head and 2. lon...
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All the biochemical reactions are controlled by enzymes. The synthesis of enzymes is controlled by genes. Whenever the cell needs a particular enzyme, the gene that controls a particular enzyme will be switched on. Then only the cell needed enzyme will be synthesized.
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There are three types of substances present in the food. They are i. Carbohydrates ii. Proteins iii. Lipids   CARBOHYDRATES 1. Carbohydrates are the primary products of photosynthesis. They are the most important energy provi...
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  GENERAL CHARACTERS OF PHYLUM ARTHROPODA Aristotle described crabs and some decapods. He grouped them as malacostraca in insecta. The name Arthropod means jointed legs. These animals are meteorically segmented, coelomate and...
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Zoo Geography is a branch of biological science studies about the different kinds of animals on different regions on the earth. The following list of contents clearly explains about the basic concepts of zoogeography.   ZOO...
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  CORALS-INTRODUCTION Corals are developed by the coelenterate organisms. Corals are a deposit of calcium car­bonate. The coelenterate animal produces calcareous skeleton. But most coral pro­ducing polyps belong to th...
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MAMMALS-PLACENTA  In Eutherian mammals the embryo develops in the uterus of mother.   The developing embryo will get nourishment from mother through the placenta. Placenta is not common to all mammals. It is developed well i...
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BLOOD CLOTTING PROCESS
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COAGULATION OF BLOOD MECHANISM The blood remains in fluid state as long as it is inside the blood vessels. But when it comes in contact with

BLOOD-PLASMA,ERYTHROCYTES,LEUCOCYTES ,PLATELETS, STRUCTURE FUNCTIONS
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The blood is red in color and circulates in the body like a river. The blood consists of a homogenous fluid called plasma constituting 55% a

CARBOHYDRATES- PROTEINS- FATS (LIPIDS)
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There are three types of substances present in the food. They are i. Carbohydrates ii. Proteins iii. Lipids CARBOHYDRATES 1. Carbohydrates a

ORIGIN OF LIFE-ORGANIC EVOLUTION
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ORIGIN AND EVOLUTION OF LIFE The following list of contents detail discussion about origin of life on the earth and evolution of life on the

FAMOUS BOOKS AND AUTHORS IN BIOLOGY
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BOOKS AND THEIR AUTHORS IN BIOLOGY Historia Animalium Aristotle Historia Plantarium Theophrastus Origin of species Charles Darwin Philosophi

ZOOGEOGRAPHY
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Zoo Geography is a branch of biological science studies about the different kinds of animals on different regions on the earth. The followin

CHORDATES
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CHORDATE ORIGIN OF CHORDATES CHORDATES - CHARACTERS BIOLOGY OF CHORDATES CHORDATE- CLASSIFICATION CEPHALO CHORDATE CEPHALOCHORDATA-GENERAL C

CORAL REEFS-TYPES-FORMATION
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A coral reef is a ridge in the sea with its upper surface nearer to the surface of water. This ridge is formed by calcium carbonate secreted

CORALS-FORMATION-TYPES
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CORALS-INTRODUCTION Corals are developed by the coelenterate organisms. Corals are a deposit of calcium car­bonate. The coelenterate animal

BIOLOGY-BRANCHES
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BRANCHES OF BIOLOGY Anatomy — It is a branch of biology which deals with the study of internal structure of an organism as revealed by disse

CHILOPODA AND DIPLOPODA
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1) Chilopoda : 1. Phylum Arthropoda includes this group Chilopoda. 2. Chilopoda includes centipedes. 3. These are dorso - ventrally flattene

PLACENTA IN MAMMALS-STRUCTURE-TYPES AND FUNCTIONS
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MAMMALS-PLACENTA In Eutherian mammals the embryo develops in the uterus of mother. The developing embryo will get nourishment from mother th

HAEMOCOELOMIC SYSTEM OF HIRUDINARIA
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The Haemocoelomic system con­tains. 1) Four longitudinal haemocoelomic channels. 2) Segmental branches. 3) Capillaries. 4) Haemocoelomic flu