Comparison of Lyophilic colloids and Lyophobic colloids.
DNA Fingerprinting: Definition, Summary of Procedure and Applications
Functions of Mitosis and Meiosis in detail
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Classification of Animal Kingdom: Non Chordata and Chordata
Phylum Chordata with examples
Non Chordata : Characteristics with Examples
General characteristics of Ctenophora with examples
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Agrobacterium mediated gene transfer is the most successful gene transfer method in plants especially dicots. The reason is the bacterium itself is the 'genetic engineer' in the process.
Difference between algae and fungi in detail.
Phylum Platyhelminthes is divided into three classes (Trematoda,Turbellaria and Cestoda)
An overview of TILLING methodology,
General Characters of Phylum Platyhelminthes
Phylum Cnidaria (formely known as coelenterata) includes about 9000 species.Some are found in fresh water, but the grater number are marine. Coelenterates (Gr. koilos, hollow+enteron,gut).are the simplest of...
Bacteria can be divided into two large groups on the basis of differential gram staining technique. They are gram positive and gram negative bacteria.
The Phylum Porifera include more than 5000 animal species, mostly marine, but includes about 150 fresh water inhabitants also. They found in all seas, wherever there are rocks, shells, submerged timbers, or coral to...
Archaebacteria probably the first group of organisms that appeared on this planet. Still thriving happily in the hot springs and deep sea vents of our planet.
List of Protein Rich Foods
Keystone species refers to an organism that plays a critical role in its environment, one that may become apparent only once it is removed from an ecosystem.
Bacteria are among nature's most abundant and ubiquitous microorganisms. It plays vital role in all aspects of our existence.
Carbohydrates: Mono saccharides, Di saccharides, Poly saccharides, Muco saccharides and Oligo saccharides
Carbohydrates An Introduction
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DNA (Deoxyribo Nucleic Acid): Chemical composition; Nitogenous bases in DNA; Molecular structure of DNA; Forms of DNA