Biology

  • Types of Microscopes

    Microscopes give us a way to see things that we otherwise would not be able to see with the naked eye, such as cells and other tiny organisms. There are three main types of microscopes: light, electron, and local probe.…

  • Difference between Light Microscope and Electron Microscope copy

    What is the Difference between Light Microscope and Electron Microscope?

    There are two types of microscopes i.e. light microscope (LM) and Electron Microscope (EM) are used in microscopy. Although they are qualitatively different, in a sense, optical and electronic microscopes are very much alike – since they essentially do the…

  • Types of Bacteria

    Bacteria are a type of microorganism that lives in every environment on the planet. In fact, it is estimated that there are 10 times more bacterial cells than human cells on Earth! There are many different types of bacteria and…

  • Parts of a Stem

    The aerial part of the plant is called the stem. the major function of the stem is to provide support and to make the structure of a plant or tree. however, Neck, Knots, Internodes, Armpit, Vegetative apex, and buds are…

  • Parts of a Plant

    Like humans, plants are also living beings that need a certain habitat for their proper growth. they need a proper distance, food, and light energy through the photosynthesis process. however, these all things are carried to the plant through its…

  • Types of Trees

    Types of Trees: we all know that trees play an important role in our lives. they make and shape the ecosystem successful. with the help of the photosynthesis process, they produce oxygen for living ones. in addition to that, they…

  • Types of Leaves

    Types of Leaves

    Types of Leaves: As Leaves are one of the most visible and recognizable parts of plants and are actually one of the most important as well. These are responsible for capturing sunlight and photosynthesis that gives energy to the plant,…

  • Types of Inflorescence

    Types of Inflorescence with Examples

    what is inflorescence? Flowers may occur singly, in groups, or in clusters. The arrangement axis is termed an inflorescence. An inflorescence is actually a closely branching in most plants the flowers are borne in groups but in some, they occur…

  • Layers of Atmosphere diagram

    Layers of Atmosphere

    Layers of Atmosphere: The atmosphere consists of four spheres (layers) extending from the surface of the earth upwards. The concentration of the components gases decreases gradually upwards, which results in a gradual decrease in pressure. But the temperature of the…

  • Internal Structure of a Leaf labbeled diagram

    Internal Structure of a Leaf

    The internal structure of a leaf: Leaves are very important in structures. They are the plant’s food factories. the major function of the leaf is to absorb sunlight energy to make food. Under a powerful microscope, we can see three…

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