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Bryophytes: Extensive Habitats and Distributions

Bryophyta

Bryophytes are simple non-flowering, non-vascular land plants that reproduce through spores rather than flower or seeds. Bryophytes are often known as a junction or bridge between lower cryptogams and higher cryptogams. Since bryophytes reproduce via spores, their lightweight spores have been dispersed by the wind all over the world, in …

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Microbiology: Notable Pioneers and Their Contributions

Microbes

Microbiology is an eminent sub field of biology. This sub-sector is concerned with organisms (that can only be seen through a microscope and cannot be seen with the naked eye), specifically microorganisms, their characteristics, functions, classifications, and methods to exploit and control their activities for human benefit. Microbiology began to …

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Relationship between plant breeding and other biological sciences

Introduction Plant breeding is the science of changing the traits of plants in order to produce desired characteristics. It started with sedentary agriculture and particularly the domestication of the first agricultural plants. The development of plant breeding as a special feild of study has been associated with and dependent upon …

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পরীক্ষার আগের রাতে পড়ার ট্রেন্ড

পরীক্ষার আগের রাতের পড়ার ট্রেন্ড আমরা অনেকেই এই কাজটার সাথে খুব পরিচিত। বিশেষ করে আমি এই পরীক্ষার আগের রাতে পড়ার সাথে শুধু পরিচিতই নয় বরং রীতিমতো অভ্যস্তও বটে। কিন্তু আজকে হঠাৎ করে মনে হলো নাহ্, বিষয়টা নিয়ে একটু আলোচনা প্রয়োজন তাই লিখতে বসা। তবে মূল কথা শুরু করার আগে জেনারেটর …

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Biodiversity Loss & Conservation : Conservation and its Types

Conservation Global acceptance – that conservation of Biodiversity is essential; so, many countries and world organizations are active with definite agenda for conservation What is conservation? “Conservation is the management of human use of the biosphere to yield greatest sustainable benefit to current generations, while maintaining its potential to meet …

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Biodiversity loss and Conservation : Causes of Extinction

  Biodiversity loss and Conservation Extinction is the evolutionary equivalent of the proverbial adage that “death and taxes are inevitable.” Evolutionary biologists are certain that, just as every person will eventually pass away, every species will eventually go extinct. In reality, according to the fossil record, 99.9% of all species …

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Embryo culture technique: To overcome barriers of distantly related crosses.

What is embryo culture? Embryo culture is the sterile isolation and growth of an immature or mature embryo in vitro with the goal of obtaining a viable plant. Embryo rescue technique in overcoming barriers of distantly related crops: Distant hybridization: Hybridization between individuals from different species , belonging to the …

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