Cell Division Question - QS Study

Define and Describe on Nucleus

The circular dense substance suspended on protoplasm is nucleus. It controls all the physiological functions of the cell. In a newly formed cell, nucleus is......

Formation of Tissues and Organs

Formation of tissues: A group of similar cells sometimes group together and can-y out the same functions. This group of cells forms tissues and tissue......

Describe Cytoplasm with Types

Cytoplasm – It is the part of the protoplasm that remains outside the nucleus and is surrounded by cell membrane. The living soft membrane just......

Define and Describe on Miotochondria

Miotochondria: It is called the power house of the cell. Most of this energy producing reactions takes place inside it. Its shape may he rod......

Explain on Structure of Cell

Structure of Cell A living cell is so tiny in size that it is not visible to the naked eye. However, people are not sitting......

Define and Describe on Cell

Cell is the basic unit of life. The structural and functional unit of life is called cell. Our body is made up of billions of......

Difference between Tracheid and Vessel

Difference between Tracheid and Vessel Tracheid The cells are long and tapering at both ends. The cells are dead and base bordered pits. The partition......

Difference between Root and Stem from their Anatomical Structures

Difference between root and stem from their anatomical structures: Internal structure of stem Cuticle is present on the epidermis Stem hair is multicellular Stomata are......

Difference Between Meristematic Tissue and Permanent Tissue

Difference Between Meristematic Tissue and Permanent Tissue: Meristematic tissue This tissue originates from the embryonic stage. So, they are primary tissue. The cells are able......

Draw a labelled diagram of Internal Structure of Dicot Leaf

Identifying characteristics of the internal structure of dorsiventral leaf: i) It is green, compressed with wide lamina. ii) Leaf blade is enriched with reticulate venation.......

Identifying characteristics of the internal structure of Dicot Root

Identifying characteristics of the internal structure of dicot root: Cuticle is absent in the epiblema and welfitted with unicellular root hairs. Endodermis consists of one......

Identifying Characteristics of Internal Structure of Monocot Root

Identifying characteristics of the internal structure of monocot root: i) Unicellular root hairs are present in the epiblema in which cuticle is absent. ii) Cortex......