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October, 2021

  • 15 October

    Introducing to Asteraceae family

    Sunflower, Helianthus annuus L.

    If I say let’s become familiar with the Asteraceae family, probably it will not be so effective but if I say that let’s become familiar with the family of sunflower and dahlia flower it will be better to understand. As we do in the case of identifying a person’s family …

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September, 2021

  • 29 September

    Mutation Breeding: Pros, Cons and Achievements of Bangladesh

    Mutations are tools to study the nature and functions of genes, as well as to generate raw materials for genetic improvements of crop plants. Many crop varieties with better quantitative, qualitative, and economic value have been developed using it. Recognizing the relevance of this technique in a country’s agricultural development, …

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  • 29 September

    Experimental Designs (Part-1): Principle and Concept

    Plants under experiment on its growth

    For any scientific studies, designing and evolving suitable methodology of an experiment in an institution or for an inquiry in the field, need very logical and systematic planning. The knowledge of how experiments come in use and in what way it is to be carried out is discussed below.   …

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  • 25 September

    Stomata: Structure, Types and Functions

    Like all other living beings plants have to exchange gaseous molecules. Animals have noses that help them to breathe in and breathe out to exchange gases. But what about plants? How do plants breathe in and breathe out? Well, plants have stomata or tiny pores on their epidermis that help …

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  • 24 September

    Mutation Breeding: Material Selection, Dosage, Procedure & Precaution

    Mutation is the sudden change in genetic markup of an organism. Inducing mutation in an organism is a very complex process. You need to be extra careful. One mistake and the organism is as good as dead.  Despite the danger of overdosing mutagens there is the fact that the mutation …

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  • 21 September

    River Ecosystem in Bangladesh: Bangshai River (Part 2)

    May be we all know that we are the part of a ecosystem. The term ecosystem may be short but it’s expanse is very wide from desert to polar region, pond to ocean, grassland to forest. All sorts of organisms do interact and mixes up in a ecosystem and the …

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  • 21 September

    Mutagenic Agents: Types, Mechanism & Irradiation Breeding

    Mutation breeding or mutagenesis is one of many great inventions of the 20th century. Until 1927, people thought mutation only occurred naturally. But to their surprise, they discovered that humans could even induce mutation artificially. And now in the age of biotechnology almost every plant science lab uses recombinant DNA …

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  • 20 September

    Archaeans: Definition, Characteristics, Classification and Importance

    Archaeota.salty.

    Archaea are single celled organisms without a nucleus and with distinct structural, physiological and evolutionary characteristics. They inhabit a huge variety of habitats, including extreme environments. Archaea form one of the three domains of life; the others are bacteria and eukaryotes. The archaea are clearly recognizable as a unique and …

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  • 20 September

    River Ecosystem in Bangladesh: Bangshai River (PART 1)

    Do you know what an ecosystem actually is! What is it’s types, components, threats towards it! In this article we are about to discuss all this stuffs. An ecosystem is a community where living and nonliving material become mix-up. It can be a Geographical area where plants, animals and other …

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  • 19 September

    Golgi Apparatus: The Traffic Police of Cell

    Golgi Apparatus

    Golgi apparatus is ubiquitous in cells. They are found in living cells of both animals and plants and are a dynamic structure. In animals, Golgi bodies usually appear morphologically as a cluster in one part of the cell and are interconnected with one another through tubules like a fibrous network. …

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