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September, 2020

  • 18 September

    Meristematic Classification & Theory

    Meristematic tissue is the plant tissue that has the ability to divide actively throughout its life. It consists of undifferentiated cells capable of cell division. Apical Meristamatic tissue is one kind of meristem  which stays at the tip of a plant shoot or root  and causes the shoot or root to …

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  • 17 September

    Types of Biodiversity

    There are three main components/types of biodiversity:  (1) genetic. (2)organismal/taxonomic. (3) ecological. (1) genetic & sub-cellular: Biodiversity  expressed within  individual cells and non-cellular organisms (e.g., viruses) – diversity of genetic information central to this category but variety of metabolic pathways & molecular biology of life also important. (2) taxonomic diversity: …

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  • 16 September

    Soil Horizon & Soil Profile

    Do you ever  dig down deep into any soil? If you did so, you may have followed different colors and layers in there. These layers are called horizons in soil science. The idea of Horizon and Soil Horizons are slightly different. Horizon is a distinct layer of soil, approximately parallel …

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August, 2020

  • 31 August

    Author’s citation

    Author Citation Before starting the detailed discussion first I simply answer the first arising question what is author citation? In a sense of Botany, every living being has a unique botanical name by which it is recognized (i.e.Mango=Mangifera indica, Jackfruit=Artocarpus heterophyllus), if it does not have any then it will …

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  • 31 August

    Future of Earth: Desert or Explosion of “Global Greening”?

    In an ancient lake bed at Southern Hemisphere scientists studying fossil leaves found out the mechanism of the plants living during the Miocene Epoch in which the world used to have an elevated level of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. It gives a hope that with an increased rate of …

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  • 28 August

    Taxonomy : Polymerase Chain Reaction

    The polymerase chain reaction, generally known as PCR, is used in almost every application of gene technology. It is a method for rapid production of a very large number of copies of a particular fragment of DNA. Virtually unlimited quantities of a length of DNA can be produced from the …

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  • 25 August

    Life cycle of Synchytrium endobioticum

    Article author: Shawon Gosh Payell Synchytrium endobioticum is one of the chytrid fungi which causes black scab or the wart disease of potato. Though potato is the only cultivated host but Some other plants of the genus Solanum are also infected by it. According to Karling (1964), it has a …

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  • 24 August

    Importance of Soil Solution

    The term ‘soil solution‘ refers to the liquid phase of soil which consists of dissolved substances both organic and inorganic, in ionic or in molecular form. It is the focal point of soil chemistry. Its importance in soil development, nutrient availability and plant growth can broadly be divided into two …

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  • 24 August

    Hura crepitans: Where Nature Produces “Explosives”

    Have you ever heard about nature being so furious to us and producing explosives? Producing Explosives through “The Dynamite Tree”? Well, if the answer is a no, then here I am to introduce you to one of the most dangerous trees you’ll ever hear about! In most of the places …

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  • 23 August

    Hybridization: A Method of Crop Improvement (Part 1)

    “Healthy citizens are the greatest asset any country can have.” Said late British prime minister Sir Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill. For maintaining good health, we require food. Thus, food ranks first among the basic necessity of life. Although food being produced to feed every individuals among all over the world. …

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