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August, 2020

  • 18 August

    Primitive Characters of Cycas and Advanced features of Gnetum

    Gymnosperms are seed producing plants which do not produce any covering surrounding seed. Cycas and Gnetum are two example of Gymnosperms that are respectively considered as primitive and advanced species. In this article, Primitive characters of Cycas and advanced ones of Gnetum will be discussed explicitly. CYCAS Cycas is a …

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  • 14 August

    Classification of Life: The Three Domain Concept

    A domain is the highest taxonomic level of species in biology. In 1977, Woese and his coworkers developed the groundbreaking three-domain system.  They proposed this classification based on differences in the sequences of nucleotides in the cell’s ribosomal RNAs (known as 16S rRNA). They created the first worldwide tree of …

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  • 13 August

    Cytoplasmic Inheritance: Transfer of Genetic Characters by Means of Autonomous Organelles

    The genes of nuclear chromosome have a significant and key role in the inheritance of almost all traits from generations to generations,but altogether they cannot be considered as the sole vehicle of inheritance because certain experimental evidences suggest the occurance of certain extranuclear genes or DNA molecules in the cytoplasm …

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  • 12 August

    Meiosis: Reductional Division

    In order to grow, cells have two options. They must either replicate themselves to create more cells, or the cells themselves must expand in volume. In humans, tissues such as the skin and blood contain cells that are actively dividing, while other tissues such as fat contain cells that expand. …

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  • 11 August

    Soil Solid & Solution

    In the soil, there are different kinds of constitunets. These properties are divided into two major types- solid and solution. This composition of soil solids and soil solution is discussed in this article.   Chemical Composition of Soil Solids Soil Solid consists of soil mineral matter and soil organic matter. The …

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  • 10 August

    Composition of Soil

    Soil- a very common word to all of us living in this universe. You must have seen, even touched soil. But do you ever thought about what component/s are jot down to make such a major element of our environment? Soil is basically a mixture of few basic components- inorganic …

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  • 10 August

    Gymnosperms In Bangladesh

    Gymnosperms are vascular plants that reproduces by means of an exposed seed, or ovule—unlike angiosperms, or flowering plants, whose seeds are enclosed by mature ovaries, or fruits. The seeds of many gymnosperms (literally “naked seeds”) are borne in cones and are not visible until maturity. So far Taxonomists have recognized 88 genera and more …

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  • 10 August

    Mechanism of Photosynthesis: Light Dependent Phase

    Photosynthesis is a chemical reaction that takes place inside a plant, producing sugar type food for the plant to survive. Carbon dioxide, water and light are all needed for photosynthesis to take place. It happens in the leaves of a plant and the other green portions as well. The process of photosynthesis …

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  • 9 August

    Order of Gnetopsida

    Many systems of classification of Gymnosperms have been proposed by different authors. According to the Classification of  Sporne (1965), Gymnosperms are classified into three classes. Among them, Gnetopsida is the third one. In this article, the only order of Gnetopsida is discussed in detail. Related articles Orders of Coniferophyta Orders of …

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  • 8 August

    Mechanism of Photosynthesis: Light Independent Phase

    Photosynthesis is a chemical reaction that takes place inside a plant, producing sugar type food for the plant to survive. Carbon dioxide, water and light are all needed for photosynthesis to take place. It happens in the leaves of a plant and the other green portions as well. The process of photosynthesis …

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