Category Archives for "Biology"

Biomimicry Examples in Medicine | Uses to Man in Life

Biomimicry examples

Biomimicry is a copy of the method or techniques of biology or nature for human applications. This is way man is an innovation inspired by nature. Many of nature techniques are adapted by man. You can find many applications of biomimicry on to non living forms like bullet trains etc. But even the modern medicine […]

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Anatomy and Physiology of Respiratory System | A Complete Guide

Anatomy and Physiology of Respiratory System

The respiratory system is one of the 11 organ systems of the body. It is responsible for the life and energy in our body. It is under involuntary control and physiological and anatomical systems in our body. We breathe in air rich in oxygen by the process called inspiration and breathe out air rich in […]

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How is Energy Used in the human Body? 5 Important Ways

How is Energy Used in the human Body

There are 5 methods on how is energy used in the human body like 1. Physical exertion 2. Mental exertion 3. Physiological functions of the body 4. metabolic reactions. 5. Energy lost by dissipation. Energy is the critical requirement for the body that it doesn’t survive even a minute without it. Hence, cyanide pill used […]

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11 Organ Systems | Their Important Functions in the Human Body

Human body has many organs which play an important role in body physiology. These organs are differentiated into organ systems for ease of study. The concept of an organ comes from the fact that a group of tissues are involved in a common function by forming an anatomical structure. This anatomical structure is called an […]

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Insecticides and Pesticides | Their Types Uses & Effects

Insecticides and Pesticides

Insecticides and Pesticides are some of the most toxic chemicals used in present world regularly. Insecticides are agents used to kill or repel the insects present in a vicinity. The insects commonly aimed are mosquitoes, flies, cockroaches, bugs, etc. These insecticides are used regularly in indoors like in homes, hotels, theaters, restaurants, recreation clubs and also to a great extent in outdoors like agriculture farms […]

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Beneficial Bacteria | 15 Uses for Humans, Plants and Soil

beneficial bacteria

Beneficial Bacteria definition: These are the bacteria which are helpful to the other living organisms through the way of nutrition, health or any other support without causing any harmful effects. Bacteria are viewed as only harmful to humans. But they have a very great role in human life. Besides, they also play a great role […]

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Classification of Bacteria | by Shapes & Characteristics

Classification of Bacteria

Bacteria  are unicellular organims present in entire biosphere. They have vital importance on earth and hence studied extensively in microbiology. You can study about them in detail in microbiology courses in medicine, pharmacy and even basic biology. These bacteria are unicellular (single-celled) organisms and are of microscopic and invisible to the naked eye. The bacterial classification […]

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Soil fertility: Its influence on the life of plants

soil fertility

Soil is the upper most loose layer of the earth’s crust. It is powdery material with different grades and size of soil particles. Soil supports the growth and survival of the plants and trees. Due to this all the animals are dependent on plants for their survival in one or other way. Most animals depend on plants for […]

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