Frog

Last Updated Saturday, November 24, 2012Frog     Frog Frog is found in he water or near the water. It belongs to class Amphibia. it passes a specific part of life in water and remaining life on land. Its bilogical name is Rana Tigrina. It is a cold blooded animal i.e. blood temperature changes with that of the environment. At …

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Fats and Oils

Last Updated Saturday, November 24, 2012Fats and Oils     Fats and Oils They are also organic compounds found in plants, animals and humans. They are very important compounds made up of carbon, hydrogen and oxygen. Fats contain more carbon and hydrogen as compared to oxygen. A fat molecule has two parts, glycerol and fatty acids. Fatty Acids Different kinds …

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Enzymes

Last Updated Saturday, November 24, 2012Enzymes     Definition of Enzymes Enzymes are chemical compounds. They are protein in nature. They are formed in living cells. They are not consumed in a reaction but act as a catalyst as they only speed up the chemical reactions. Types of Enzymes There are two types of enzymes: 1. Intracellular Enzymes 2. Extracellular …

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Electron Microscope

Last Updated Saturday, November 24, 2012Electron Microscope     Electron Microscope This is the most advanced form of microscope. Its resolving power is 250 times or more that of a compound microscope. In this microscope, a beam of electrons under high voltage is passed through the object and its image is reflected on to a screen through an electro magnetic …

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Digestion of Food

Last Updated Saturday, November 24, 2012Digestion of Food     Digestion of Food First of all food comes in the oral cavity where the teeth crush and break the food and convert it into small particles. The tongue rolls the morsel of food and pushes it under teeth again and again so that the food is evenly divided into fine …

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Difference between Prokaryotic Cell and Eukaryotic Cell

Last Updated Saturday, November 24, 2012Difference between Prokaryotic Cell and Eukaryotic Cell     Prokaryotic Cell The organisms made of prokaryotic cells are called prokaryotes e.g. bacteria and cyanobacteria. These cells lack a membrane bound nucleus. The hereditary material (DNA) is found in cytoplasm. These cells lack membrane bound organelles. Ribosomes are of small size in and freely scattered cytoplasm. …

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Dietary Fibers

Last Updated Saturday, November 24, 2012Dietary Fibers     Dietary Fiber (Roughage) These are foods which provide fibers to our body. Sources of Dietary Fibers All fruit and vegetables provide fibers to the body for example, citrus fruits, cereals, spinach, cabbage and salads. The cell wall in plant cells are largely made of cellulose which cannot be digested by man. …

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Carbohydrates

Last Updated Saturday, November 24, 2012Carbohydrates     Carbohydrates They are organic compounds. They are found in all organisms. They are commonly known as sugars. They contain three elements carbon, hydrogen and oxygen in which hydrogen and oxygen exists in 2:1 ratio that is why they are called hydrates of carbon or carbohydrates. One gram of carbohydrates provides 3800 calories …

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Balanced Diet

Last Updated Saturday, November 24, 2012Balanced Diet     A diet containing essential dietary components in the correct proportion, which helps to maintain health and fulfills the body requirements of organisms, is known as balanced diet. The degree to which any particular meal is adequate in providing energy from food depends on the nature of the job of a person. …

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Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online Tutorials

Last Updated Wednesday, October 17, 2012The goal of customizing Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online is to tailor the application to fit your business. Although workflows, one of the two processes you can create in Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online, are not located in the area where other customizations are applied, they represent a way to perform automation that would otherwise require a …

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