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

Biology: The Excretory System (Notes)

    Hi everyone! I've finally come out of my shell, and here are the notes on the excretory system, as promised to a follower. The content has been collected by me through various textbooks and classroom lectures taken by my Biology teacher, Mrs. S**** M*****. A very big thank you to her, for her … Continue reading Biology: The Excretory System (Notes)

Biology: Mitosis and Meiosis (Diagrams)

Here are a few diagrams I came across on Google, while studying about cell division. I don't exactly remember the exact website from where these diagrams have been taken, hence, forgive me for not being able to give proper credit to them. However, I do hope that you will find these diagrams helpful in making … Continue reading Biology: Mitosis and Meiosis (Diagrams)