NEET - Grade 12 - Physics - Communication Systems - Introduction and Snapshot of Communication Systems - Study ref# 848
Introduction: Communication is the act of transmission of information. Everyday living creature in the world experiences the need to impart or receive information almost continuously with others in the surrounding world. For communicat...
NEET - Grade 12 - Biology - Organisms and Populations - Introduction and Snapshot of Organisms and Populations - Study ref# 974
Introduction: Our living world is fascinatingly diverse and amazingly complex. We can try to understand its complexity by investigating processes at various levels of biological organization- macromolecules, cells, tissues, organs, ind...
NEET - Grade 11 - Biology - The Living World - Importance and Snapshot of The Living World - Study ref# 737
Introduction: How wonderful is the living world! The wide range of living types is amazing. The extraordinary habitats in which we find living organisms, be it could mountains, deciduous forests, oceans , fresh water lakes, deserts or ...
NEET - Grade 11 - Biology - The Living World - Importance and Snapshot of The Living World - Study ref# 738
Following sections must be covered to understand The Living World: 1. What is ‘Living’? 2. Diversity in the Living World 3. Taxonomic Categories 4. Taxonomical Aids...
NEET - Grade 11 - Biology - The Living World - Target Setup for The Living World - Study ref# 739
Student requires to achieve the following milestones to get better grip over The Living World. The milestones / targets are as follows:Starting Point: Days 0Test TypeAppear on TestTarget TestsScorePractice Test000%Chapter Test000%Subj...
NEET - Grade 11 - Biology - The Living World - Study ref# 3453
What is a scientific theory? Answer: A scientific theory or law represents an hypothesis, or a group of related hypotheses, which has been confirmed through repeated experimental tests. Theories are not easily discarded; new discoveries are first ass...
NEET - Grade 11 - Biology - The Living World - Study ref# 3458
What is genetic engineering? Answer: Genetic engineering, genetic modification (GM), and gene splicing (once in widespread use but now deprecated) are terms for the process of manipulating genes in an organism, usually outside the organisms normal re...
NEET - Grade 11 - Biology - The Living World - Study ref# 3463
What is sericulture? Answer: Sericulture is the rearing of silkworms for the production of raw silk. Although there are several commercial species of silkworms, Bombyx mori is the most widely used and intensively studied. Silkworm larvae are fed cut...
NEET - Grade 11 - Biology - The Living World - Study ref# 3464
What is apiculture? Answer: Beekeeping (or apiculture, from Latin apis, a bee) is the practice of intentional maintenance of honey bee colonies, commonly in hives, by humans. A beekeeper (or apiarist) may keep bees in order to collect honey and beesw...
NEET - Grade 11 - Biology - The Living World - Study ref# 3465
What is fisheries? Answer: Fisheries science is the academic discipline of managing and understanding fisheries. It draws on the disciplines of biology, ecology, oceanography, economics and management to attempt to provide an integrated picture of fi...
NEET - Grade 11 - Biology - The Living World - Study ref# 3467
Enlist some features of living organisms. Differentiate between living things and non-living things. Answer: Some features of living organisms are: respiration, nutrition, excretion, heredity, life cycle etc.The important features of living thing...
NEET - Grade 11 - Biology - The Living World - Study ref# 3471
Draw the flow chart of the taxonomic hierarchy and explain the progression at each step showing the relationship between Lion, tiger, cat and dog. Answer: Therefore, we find that specific epithets of all these animals are different, but as we move hi...
NEET - Grade 11 - Biology - The Living World - Study ref# 3473
Why did the human beings feel the need to classify living organisms? Answer: There are millions of plant and animal species in the world. The number of species named and described ranged between 1.7 – 1.8 million. As human beings started to discover ...
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