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Define and Describe on Enantiomers

Enantiomers: The Enantiomers are defined as the compounds that are minor images but non-super impossible upon each other and have identical physical and chemical properties,......

Define and Describe on Racemic Mixture

Racemic mixture: Equi-molecular (50:50) mixture of two optical isomers will not rotate the plane of the polarized light, as their rotatory power is equal in......

What is Restriction Enzyme?

Restriction enzyme: The enzyme which is used to dissect the particular part of a DNA is said to be Restriction Enzyme. They are used to......

Describe on Heterotrophic Bacteria

Heterotrophic bacteria are the most abundant in nature. The majority are important decomposers. Many of them have a significant impact on human affairs. They are......

Describe on Eubacteria

There are thousands of different eubacteria or ‘true bacteria’. They are characterized by the presence of a rigid cell wall and if motile, a flagellum.......

Describe on Archaebacteria

Archaebacteria Sub-kingdom of the kingdom Prokaryote.  These bacteria are special since they live in some of the most harsh habitats such as extreme salty areas (halophiles), hot......

Explain Kingdom Monera

Bacteria are the sole members of the Kingdom Monera. They are the most abundant micro-organisms. Bacteria occur almost everywhere. Hundreds of bacteria are present in......

Fungi

Fungi (Sing: Fungus) are non-green; there are no photosynthetic pigments in their body. They depend on dead organic substances or other living bodies for their......

Description of Spirogyra

Thousands of Algal species are found in this world. They have diversity in shape, size and structure, but all of them contain different photosynthetic pigments......

Importance of Bacteria

Deadly diseases of human being, like – Phthisis (Tuberculosis), Pneumonia, Typhoid, Cholera Diphtheria, Dysentery, Tetanus, H6Oping cough, Meningitis etc are caused by different Bacteria. Besides......

Closteridium Bacteria

Innumerable Bacteria are surrounding us even inside our body. As a representative of Bacteria, the structure and importance of Closteridium IS described here. Structural features:......

What do you mean by Fungi Imperfecti?

The type of fungus in which sexual phase is not clearly found is known as fungi imperfecti. i) In the life cycle of this type......

Define Alternation of Generation with labelled diagram Life Cycle of Spirogyra

When haploid (n) or gametophytic generation and diploid (2n) or sporophytic generation repeat alternately in the life cycle of any organism, it is called alternation......

Mention Different Methods how Spirogyra Reproduces

Spirogyra reproduces by the following three ways, such as- 1) Vegetative reproduction 2) Sexual reproduction and 3) Asexual reproduction Sexual reproduction:  It usually occurs by......

The Characteristics and Example of Phylum Phaeophyta

Characteristics of the phylum Phaeophyta: 1) They are composed of Eukaryotic and Prokaryotic cells 2) They are mainly marine, only four or five species are......