Diabetes

Diabetes
Diabetes means that going too high of our blood glucose (also said as blood sugar). Our blood always has some glucose in it because our body needs glucose for energy to proceed our day. But too much glucose in our...
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Photosynthesis

Photosynthesis
PHOTOSYNTHESIS The process of plants using sunlight to make sugars from water and carbondioxide is called photosynthesis. Photosynthesis takes place in leaves which contains the chlorophyll, the green pigment. The green pigment chlorophyll gets energy from sunlight and after chemical...
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Seeds and Fruits

Seeds and Fruits
SEEDS AND FRUITS Seeds and fruits: A fruit is the part of a plant that contains and protects the seeds. After the pollination of a flower, the fruit is formed. After wither and fall of petals, the ovary of the...
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Ferns

Ferns
  Fern The most advanced of all the non-flowering, spore bearing plants are the ferns and their relatives, known as the Pteridophytes. There are about 12,000 species of Pteridophytes of which 10,400 are ferns. The others include horse tail and...
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H5N1 VIRUS

H5N1 VIRUS
H5N1 Virus or Avian Influenza is also known as Bird Flu, Avian Flu, Type-A Flu and Fowl plague. Avian Influenza a potentially devastating disease, predominantly affects chickens and turkeys, although the virus can affect game birds such as pheasants, partridge...
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Flowers

Flowers
FLOWERS: Flowers are the advanced reproductive structure found in plants. The division of flowering plants is called as Magnoliophyta or the Angiosperms. The first flowering plants is said to be appeared about 120 million years ago. The majority of flowers...
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