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November, 2022

  • 13 November

    Production of Secondary Metabolites through in vitro Culture Techniques

    Metabolism: (Gr. metabole = change) the totality of the chemical changes in living cells which involves the buildup and breakdown of chemical compounds. Metabolites Primary metabolites: Molecules that are essential for growth and development of an organism. Secondary metabolites: Molecules that are not essential for growth and development of an …

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  • 13 November

    Monosaccharide : Simple Sugar

    General Characteristics The simpliest of all soluble carbohydrate and are known as simple sugar. The building unit of complex carbohydrate Can’t be hydrolised Sweet testing, soluble in water, crystaline Posses a free aldehydee or ketone group General formula CnH2nOn Get Free Netflix Now Best safe and secure cloud storage with …

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  • 13 November

    Heterospory and Seed Habit

    Heterospory The phenomenon of the development of two types of spores (differing in size, structure and function) by the same species is known as heterospory. The two different sizes are smaller spores also known as microspores and the larger spores  also known as megaspores. Rashid (1999) listed nine genera as …

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October, 2022

  • 1 October

    Riccia: A Common Liverwort

    Riccia

    The simplest members of the order Marchiantales are found in the family Ricciaceae. There are roughly 140 species in the family. They fall under the Tesselina, Ricciocarpus, and Riccia genera. There are only one species each for the first two. The genus Riccia encompasses the remainder. The Italian botanist F. …

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August, 2022

  • 1 August

    Lower Fungi: Classification of Lower Fungi

    Saccharomyces cerevisiae yeast

    Fungi are considered to be one of the most interesting sets of organisms. Some fulfills the basic necessities such as food, medicine, industrial raw materials and some succumbs the living entities to death.According to legend, three and a half millennia ago, the Greek hero Perseus accidentally assassinated his grandfather Acrisius, …

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July, 2022

  • 2 July

    Terrarium: Your Very Own Ecosystem

    Eccentric Terrariums

    What is Terrarium? Have you ever heard of miniature but thoroughly natural garden, implanted inside a glass jar? Well, that is exactly what terrarium is- it may also be termed as a little rainforest domiciled in an enclosed jar or container made of glass. The word “Terrarium” was derived from …

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June, 2022

  • 29 June

    Cavitation and Embolism: Bubbles in The Stem!

    Air cavity causing embolism in xylem

    Water transportation seems comparatively a simple phenomenon than how plants communicate with each other or the studies regarding whether they feel any pain. Because the transportation system seems so obvious and uninteresting there has been little research on this topic and there lie many other things that are still unknown. …

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  • 8 June

    Binomial Nomenclature: Two Term Naming System

    Different types pf taxa

    “How strange and chaotic life it become if it were possible to abandon the use of names for the identification of everything we see, make, or handle. The acquisition and dissemination of knowledge would become impossible, and the business of the world could not go on.”-Macself in Johnson, 1971 A …

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April, 2022

  • 13 April

    Release of An Improved Variety from Lab to Farmers: Part 2

    Releasing new variety from lab to farmers

    A variety is a genotype or group of genotypes approved for commercial cultivation by the Variety Release Committee and the Bangladesh government. A variety is also termed as ‘cultivar.’ The new variety should have morphological, physiological, and biochemical traits that set it apart from existing cultivars. In addition, it should …

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  • 2 April

    Release of An Improved Variety from Lab to Farmers: Part 1

    Release of improved variety

    The ultimate aim of any breeding program of any lab is to develop varieties superior to the existing ones in yielding ability, disease and insect resistance, and other characteristics. The release of a strain for use as a variety is based on a conclusive demonstration of its superiority over the …

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