Algae are eukaryotic, photosynthetic protist. They are classified into smaller group according to the dominant pigment they produce; the algal groups which include the green, brown, and red algae, diatoms and din...
Learn why biology is important, how it relates to daily life, and the effect biology has in modern medicine. Get a feel for life science by exploring the various fields of biology.
The tongue map is one of the longest lasting science myths around. We have known since 1974 that there is no tongue map for taste, but many people are still learning about it in school. So how do we taste things? It...
The physiological mechanism behind blood clotting explained in simple and easy way.
Earthworms perform an important service in our ecosystem. This hub will help you discover more about these amazing excavators in a way that your kids, or grandkids, will enjoy.
How did life on earth begin? How did it evolve over time? What were the first organisms like? The primordial soup model and the bubble model will be discussed.
A simple, concise general guide to understanding what a neuron does, what the components of a neuron are and in what different ways they can be classified.
What would it be like to have dinner with an animal that has to liquefy its prey to eat it? And how many other odd methods of eating are we completely unaware of?
Tthere are two types of components that make up an ecosystem's characteristics: abiotic and biotic. Biotic components are made up of living factors. Abiotic components are made up of abiotic factors - which this hub...
A rock is a solid cohesive aggregate of one or more minerals. Some rocks consist of one mineral species (mono mineralic) and others consist of two or more minerals poly mineralic).