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March, 2021

  • 25 March

    Linkage and Recombination (Part 2): Sex linkage in Drosophila, Linked gene & Synthetic gene

    After Linkage and recombination part 1 We are going to learn from this part- Sex linkage Sex Linage in Drosophila Linked gene Synthetic gene X-linkage in Drosophila Linkage map Significance of linkage and crossing over Sex linkage Sex linkage refers to inheritance of a trait on the sex chromosomes, and …

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  • 25 March

    Linkage and Recombination (Part 1): Chromosomal Theory, Linkage & Crossing Over

    Genetics is a significant branch of biology concerned with the study of genes, genetic variation, and heredity in organisms. For example, there is human genetics, mouse genetics, fruit fly genetics, etc. So, do you know where genes are located? Every single living organism of the universe consists of lively cells (except viruses), and the …

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  • 14 March

    Groundnut: Tikka disease

    The most well-known leaf spot diseases is that of Arachis hypogea L. (groundnut). Generally, so it is called the tikka disease. The tikka disease is a dangerous disease that takes place in areas where the groundnut crop is grown in India. The spots take place on the host leaves when …

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  • 14 March

    DNA Repair Mechanism: Photoreactivation, Excision repair, Post Replication Recombinant Repair & SOS Repair

    DNA damage  is defined as an alternative to DNA structures that can cause cellular injury and reduces the organisms efficiency or reproductive fitness. DNA damage may occur by free radical, physical agents like UV rays, X rays and chemical agents like aflatoxine, alkylating agents, hydraxines. Further, DNA damage is intertwined …

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  • 11 March

    Air Plants: Plants That Grow without Soil

              When you hear the name of the word ‘plant’, first the thought will come to your mind that plants grow in the ground and can’t develop, reproduce and even survive without the existence of soil. Plants usually take their nutrients, oxygen, water, mineral salts and …

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  • 7 March

    Vector Mediated Gene Transfer: Commonly Used Vectors (Part 2)

    Hello Everyone, Welcome to the Second Part of “Vector Mediated Gene Transfer: Commonly Used Vectors” series. In this part we will focus on Agrobacterium mediated gene transfer. Let’s start !!! Link of Part 1 is here.  Agrobacterium Mediated Genetic Transformation Of various methods used for plant transformation, transformation mediated by Agrobacterium …

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  • 7 March

    Vector Mediated Gene Transfer: Commonly Used Vectors (Part 1)

    If we want to know the subtle and intricate mechanism of life and how it revolves in molecular level, we must have to know about the basic fundamental concepts of molecular biology, an interdisciplinary branch of science which begins its journey with the amalgamation of some distinct disciplines such as …

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  • 5 March

    History of Botanical Exploration: Indian Subcontinent (Part 2)

    Hello Everyone, hope you have gathered some knowledge from the previous part of “History of Botanical Exploration: Indian Subcontinent” series. This is the Second part of History. Here we will explore rest of the three pioneers who made magnificent contribution to foster plant taxonomy study to the next level. I …

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  • 5 March

    History of Botanical Exploration: Indian Subcontinent (Part 1)

    Introduction It’s always helpful and extra-beneficial to check the background or history before learning a new subject matter. Why? Because this enrich us with some fundamental concepts behind the topic and enable us to understand how versatile ideas bloom and differentiate to shape a new body of knowledge. Isn’t that …

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February, 2021

  • 23 February

    Comparison of Two Means: Student’s t-test

        From the previous  topic, we learned about test of significance, a procedure for comparing observed data with a claim or hypothesis or predicted data. This test of significant is used to test e claim about an unknown population and for testing the research hypothesis against the H0. Null …

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