Respiration is an important step for the continuation of life. It provides energy to the organisms to perform all the life processes. In this blog, we will learn about aerobic and anaerobic respiration, its process, reactions and differences.
We know, nitrogen is a constituent of many biomolecules and compounds such as, amino acids, hormones, chlorophylls etc. It is also the most abundant gas in air. But, plants can not use this nitrogen directly. They use a specific pathway to convert the inert nitrogen present in environment to a usable form. Let us see how.
An AC (alternating current) generator converts mechanical energy into electrical energy in the form of alternating current(AC) . Whereas, a DC (direct current) generator is an generator that converts mechanical energy into electrical energy producing direct current. The DC electric current flow in one direction only unlike AC current which reverses it's direction periodically.
Biodiversity – Notes, Definition, Types, Examples, Significance, Species Richness, Biodiversity Loss and Causes
Biodiversity represents the richness and variety of living forms and their life on earth. It is the most intricate and important characteristic of the earth. In this article, we will be discussing about biodiversity, its type, examples, loss, significance, etc., in detail.
Reproduction is a vital part of life. It is essential for the continuation of life cycle. It has various types and each of its type has its own advantages and disadvantages. Let us learn more about it.
Integration by parts is also called as ‘The Product Rule of Integration’. Here, we shall learn about the concept of integration by parts, its representation along with the formula with some illustrative examples of integration by parts.