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Wheat: Origin, Morphology and Economic Importance

What is Wheat? Commonly called Wheat or Gehun is a cereal crop grown worldwide. Yes, we are talking about the star of the Poaceae family, Triticum aestivum. Let’s throw some...

Nucleus is a double membrane cell organelle 0

Is Nucleus a double membrane organelle?

Discovery of the Nucleus Robert Brown discovered Nucleus in 1831, a double membrane organelle. During his experiments, he observed a structure in plant cells and termed it as “nucleus”. Walther...

Vaccination and Immunization 0

Is Vaccination a key to Immunization?

Correlation between Vaccination and Immunization:  Do you think vaccination and immunization mean the same?Vaccination is the administration of a vaccine to help the immune system develop protection from a disease....

DNA has a double helix structure 1

Did you know our DNA is 99.9% same?

The DNA: Let’s dig into the nucleus and get entangled with DNA. DNA stands for deoxyribonucleic acid, it is a long polymer of deoxyribonucleotides. DNA is mostly localised in the...

10 Definitions from Cell Biology 0

10 Definitions from Cell Biology

10 key definitions from CELL BIOLOGY you cannot miss! The act of writing definitions is an art. A perfect definition of a concept is one that is accurate, precise and...

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T.S of a primary Dicot stem

Diagram- T.S of a primary Dicot stem (Helianthus):  The following image shows an enlarged transverse section of a primary dicot stem (for instance, Helianthus– Sunflower).   For more hand-made diagrams...

Adenine & Guanine structure 0

Adenine & Guanine structure

Adenine & Guanine structure: (Handmade) The following figure shows the structure of purines 1) Adenine 2) Guanine. For more hand-made diagrams and diagram drawing tips: https://mybiologydictionary.com/category/diagrams/

Differences between Prokaryotes and Eukaryotes 0

Prokaryotes vs Eukaryotes (Differences)

Prokaryotes and Eukaryotes: As biologists, we should definitely be aware of the key difference between prokaryotes and eukaryotes. Prokaryotic cells can be clearly distinguished from eukaryotic cells in terms of...

Differences between Cycas and Pinus 0

Cycas vs Pinus (Differences)

Differences between Cycas and Pinus: Comparison between living organisms is very important in order to apply the concept to practical knowledge. Although both Cycas and Pinus are Gymnosperms, on comparing...

Differences between Gymnosperms and Pteridophytes 0

Gymnosperms vs Pteridophytes

Differences between Gymnosperms and Pteridophytes: Studying biology without studying the differences between different living organisms is like a cake without the icing. On comparing we can find numerous differences between...