Introduction to Computer Networks 

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Introduction to Computer Networks:- A computer network is a group of devices connected with each other through a transmission medium such as wires, cables, etc. These devices can be computers, printers, scanners, Fax machines etc. Each device in the network connects to other devices using common physical media such as wires or cables. Each node

Why Are Mitochondria Semi Autonomous?

Semi-Autonomous Nature Of Mitochondria.

Mitochondria and Chloroplast are only two Organelles that Contain DNA, Ribosomes thus are able to Synthesis Protein. Term Semiautonomous Organelles is due to the Recognization of these two Features. This Term Also Indicates that the Biogenesis Of these organelles is dependent on the Nuclear Genome And the Biosynthesis activity of the cell. The Integrated activity

CYTOCHEMICAL DEMONSTRATION OF DNA IN BLEPHARISMA BY  FEULGEN REACTION OR SCHIFF’S REAGENT

CYTOCHEMICAL DEMONSTRATION OF DNA IN BLEPHARISMA BY  FEULGEN REACTION OR SCHIFF’S REAGENT

Today in this article we will discuss BSC 1st Year Second Semester Cell Biology Practical i.e. CYTOCHEMICAL DEMONSTRATION OF DNA IN BLEPHARISMA BY  FEULGEN REACTION OR SCHIFF’S REAGENT.  MATERIAL REQUIRED:   Biological – Slides pre-fixed with Blepharisma (Protozoa) in Carnoy’s fixative,   Chemical – Schiff’s stain (in dark bottle), 1N HCl, Coplin jars (horizontal and vertical),  Dehydrating

Torsion and Detorsion in Gastropods

Torsion and Detorsion in Gastropods

Torsion and Detorsion in Gastropods:- Today in this article I’ll discuss Torsion and Detorsion in Gastropods, which is a very important topic from an examination point of view because this question is frequently asked in the exam, whether it is a Competition examination or college examination of BSc Zoology Honors. So Please This article i.e

To Study Principles of Microscopy: Light Microscope, Phase Contrast  Microscope & Electron Microscope 

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Aim: To study principles of Microscopy: Light Microscope, Phase Contrast  Microscope & Electron Microscope  THEORETICAL BACKGROUND:   Light Microscopy   The light microscope is an instrument designed for the study of cells and tissues. It comprises of lenses that produce a magnified image of the object under study. The light microscope is considered to be a simple