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Carbohydrate: An Introduction to Carbs

Any of numerous substances that are produced by cells and living organisms are called Biomolecule or biological molecule. Biomolecules have a wide range of sizes and structures to perform a vast array of functions. There are four major types of biomolecules, they are- carbohydrates, lipids, nucleic acids and proteins. Carbohydrates …

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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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Gibberellin & Cytokinin

Gibberellin Gibberellins (GAs) are plant hormones that regulate various developmental processes, including stem elongation, germination, dormancy, flowering, flower development, and leaf and fruit senescence.1 They are one of the longest known plant hormones. A key part of the Green Revolution during the 1960s, which saw crop yields more than double, was the development of new dwarf varieties, many of which were later …

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Theory of Abiogenesis and Biogenesis

The Debate over Spontaneous Generation after Van Leeuwenhoek discovered the previously “invisible” world of microorganisms, the scientific community of the time became interested in the origins of these tiny living things. Until the second half of the nineteenth century, many scientists and philosophers believed that some forms of life could …

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Sphaerocarpales: The Engaging Bottle Liverworts

Bryophyte, traditional name for any non-vascular seedless plant. They are the nearest existing relative of early terrestrial plants. They can be found in all ecosystems of earth. Bryophytes are an unceremonious group consisting of three divisions the  liverworts, hornworts  and mosses . Here we will discuss about Sphaerocarpales, which is …

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Mitosis: Equational Division and Its Stages

Mitosis is one kind of cell division that occurs in the somatic cells of the body. It produces two daughter cells in each division. The daughter cells have the same number of chromosomes as in mother cells. Therefore, the Haploid mother cell (n) will produce two haploid daughter cells (n) …

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Mycoplasma: The Simplest Prokaryotic Cell

Mycoplasma, also known as PPLO- are the simplest prokaryotic cell.    Mycoplasma is a group of small parasitic bacteria that lacks cell walls and can survive without oxygen and generally resistant to antibiotics and can cause pneumonia and urinary tract infections in animals and humans.  Few common species of mycoplasma …

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