Biology: The Circulatory System (NOTES)


Recently, we had a reader, Ms. Khushi Verma, send her compilation of concise, point-wise notes for The Circulatory System. We are truly grateful to her for contributing her notes to the blog. Our readers reinstill our faith in them time and again, and for that, we couldn't be more thankful. It is because of you … Continue reading Biology: The Circulatory System (NOTES)

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BC Science 10


An extensive compilation of study material, videos, worksheets, etc. related to Chemistry, Biology, and Physics which might just help you find what you’re looking for… Do check it out once! 🙂

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Biology: Important Diagrams from All Chapters


Here's a PDF file linked to all important diagrams you will need to prepare for your exams. They are all properly labelled and have been checked thoroughly by a certified Biology teacher. I thank my teacher, Mrs. S***** M*****, for the detailed examination. Here’s a link to the PDF file for the aforementioned notes: Biology … Continue reading Biology: Important Diagrams from All Chapters

Question of the Day #7


The answer to the previous question is: A centromere is the point of attachment of two sister chromatids in any cell, arising during the process of cell division. A centrosome is a cell organelle initiating cell division in animal cells. For further points of differences between the two, you may go through Ishan's answer in … Continue reading Question of the Day #7

Question of the Day #6


Without any further delay, the answers to the previous question are: (a)Hydrogen Sulphide (b) Nitrogen Dioxide or Bromine (c) Carbon Dioxide (d) Chlorine (e) Hydrogen (f) Carbon Dioxide (g) Ammonium Chloride. Please note the change in the sequence of letters. By mistake, I had previously repeated the '(c)'. Apparently, Shrish is the only reader who offered 'bromine' … Continue reading Question of the Day #6