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#### Qualification :

 M.Pharma Srinivas College of Pharmacy 2015

#### Total Experience :

2 Years

I am M. Pharm graduate who worked as assistant professor in college for 2 academic years. Presently I am tutoring one student in pharmacy subject.

#### Tutoring Option:

Home Tuition Only

#### Tutoring Approach:

I explain the topics to students and give notes and sometimes use smart class

#### Hourly Fees [INR]:

700.00

 Class 9 - 10 Chemistry, Zoology, Biology, ICSE, CBSE, Local State Board, IGCSE INR 500.00 /hour Class 11 - 12 Botany, Chemistry, Biology, CBSE, ICSE, Local State Board INR 500.00 /hour College Level Chemistry, Zoology, Biology, Pharmacy, Jawaharlal Nehru University, Delhi INR 700.00 /hour Music Bhajan, Bhakti Songs INR 400.00 /hour Class 6 - 8 Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Zoology, ICSE, CBSE, Local State Board, IGCSE INR 300.00 /hour
• ## Question: The process by which small electrolytes are absorbed.

Posted in: Biology | Date: 04/12/2017

It's D. ACTIVE TRANSPORT

• ## Question: In a galvanic cell , the salt bridge - (A) Does not participate chemically in th...

Posted in: Chemistry | Date: 04/12/2017

A is correct

• ## Question: Which of the following is not a monosaccharide?

Posted in: Chemistry | Date: 04/12/2017

Glucose

• ## Question: Can you tell me the number of districts in Uttarakhand?

Posted in: B.Ed Tuition | Date: 04/12/2017

13 districts

• ## Question: How many different amino acids are there? Please tell.

Posted in: Bio Chemistry | Date: 04/12/2017

In body there r 20.out of which 9 r essential

• ## Question: What is the type of movable joint present between the atlas and axis?

Posted in: Biology | Date: 04/12/2017

Pivot joint

• ## Question: What is the potential of a career in Pharmaceutical Management?

Posted in: Pharmacy | Date: 04/12/2017

Scope is very vast. Potential to grow is in the court of a candidates interest . Person can join teaching if he is interested.Can join sales if he is extrovert kind of person. He can go for production if he is hard working and has patience to overcome challenges during growth period. New scope is Pharmacovigilanace, Cdm, medical writing, reviewing etc are like IT jobs and growth is faster compared to other lines.

• ## Question: When to start preparing for GPAT exams?

Posted in: GPAT | Date: 21/12/2017

U must start preparing for gpat in the begining years of your graduation. Foundation or basic should be very strong then you can crack gpat easily. More time and focus for preparation , should be started from 3 rd year

• ## Question: What is the age eligibility criteria for the GPAT exam?

Posted in: GPAT | Date: 21/12/2017

In your final year of B. PHARM u can write gpat and if you clear you get benefited of the stipend. As such there is no age limit. Some people write as trial or as practice in their third year.

• ## Question: Which degree course or diploma is helpful to get a job after doing GPAT?

Posted in: GPAT | Date: 21/12/2017

After qualifying gpat you can go for M. PHARM which have wide variety of branches based on your interest. Getting job is not linked with gpat, you can only highlight in your profile that you are gpat qualified. Every specialization has its own opportunites. It depends on your interest and choice.

• ## Question: What are the job opportunities in Bilaspur after doing GPAT?

Posted in: GPAT | Date: 21/12/2017

Gpat is the entrance exam for qualifying into institution that provides pg course in pharmacy. GPAT exams are written by aspirants who are studying B. Pharm to continue higher education.

• ## Question: What additional courses can be done after GPAT exam?

Posted in: GPAT | Date: 21/12/2017

After qualifying gpat do M. Pharm in your interested stream. Simultaneously your do certification program course in Pharmacovigilanace, regulatory affairs, quality assurance, clinical research, IPR. These course have advantages when you search job.

• ## Question: What is the pattern of the GPAT exam?

Posted in: GPAT | Date: 21/12/2017

It's a multiple choice question pattern

• ## Question: What is entropy?

Posted in: Chemical | Date: 21/12/2017

Entropy, the measure of a system's thermal energy per unit temperature that is unavailable for doing useful work.

• ## Question: What is a black body?

Posted in: Chemical | Date: 21/12/2017

Blackboard is a surface that absorbs all radiant energy falling on it. The term arises because incident visible light will be absorbed rather than reflected, and therefore the surface will appear black. The concept of such a perfect absorber of energy is extremely useful in the study of radiation phenomena.

• ## Question: What are the different ways in which solids can be blended?

Posted in: Chemical | Date: 21/12/2017

There are three primary mechanisms of blending: convection, diffusion, and shear. Convective blending involves gross movement of particles through the mixer either by a force action from a paddle or by gentle tumbling under rotational effects. Diffusion is a slow blending mechanism and will pace a blending process in certain tumbling mixers if proper equipment fill order and method are not utilized. Lastly, the shear mechanism of blending involves thorough incorporation of material passing along forced slip planes in a mixer. Often these mixers will infuse a liquid or powdered binder into the blend components to achieve a special consistency, such as granulates. There are also four main types of mixing and blending equipment: tumbler, convective, hopper, and fluidization.

• ## Question: What is a surfactant?

Posted in: Chemical | Date: 21/12/2017

The substance that reduces the surface tension of the liquid in which it is dissolved. Eg- teens, spans

• ## Question: What is a solvent?

Posted in: Chemical | Date: 21/12/2017

A liquid in which solute is dissolved to form a solution

• ## Question: What are the greenhouse gases in earth's atmosphere?

Posted in: Chemical | Date: 21/12/2017

Methane, chloro fluorocarbons

• ## Question: How does a cyclone separator work?

Posted in: Chemical | Date: 21/12/2017

Principle and Working: A high speed rotating (air)flow is established within a cylindrical or conical container called a cyclone. Air flows in a spiral pattern, beginning at the top (wide end) of the cyclone and ending at the bottom (narrow) end before exiting the cyclone in a straight stream through the center of the cyclone and out the top. Larger (denser) particles in the rotating stream have too much inertia to follow the tight curve of the stream and strike the outside wall, falling then to the bottom of the cyclone where they can be removed. In a conical system, as the rotating flow moves towards the narrow end of the cyclone the rotational radius of the stream is reduced, separating smaller and smaller particles. Applications: General applications include: _ oil refineries to separate oils and gases _ cement industry _vacuum cleaners Features Required: High efficiency over a broad flow range Flow-optimized design Low pressure drop resulting in energy savings High safety during operation under pressure Long-term corrosion protection

• ## Question: Tutor to teach B.Pharmacy students adjoining area of Janakpuri

Posted in: Pharmacy | Date: 23/12/2017

I can handle any subjects related to pharmacy course. Have experience of 2 years of working as assistant professor in college.

• ## Question: Why is there a hissing sound when baking soda is added to vinegar?

Posted in: Chemistry | Date: 23/12/2017

The reaction between vinegar and sodium bicarbonate will evolve carbon dioxide gas as a result of which there is hissing sound. The chemical equation for the overall reaction is: NaHCO3(s) + CH3COOH(l) → CO2(g) + H2O(l) + Na+(aq) + CH3COO-(aq)

• ## Question: What are racemic mixtures?

Posted in: Chemistry | Date: 23/12/2017

racemic mixture also know asracemate is one that has equal amounts of left- and right-handed enantiomers of a chiral molecule.

• ## Question: Can photons also work as a catalyst?

Posted in: Chemistry | Date: 23/12/2017

Yes it can be used as catalyst. Like some reactions are carried out in presence of light

• ## Question: What is stereochemistry?

Posted in: Chemistry | Date: 23/12/2017

stereoisomers are isomeric molecules that have the same molecular formula and sequence of bonded atoms (constitution), but differ in the three-dimensional orientations of their atoms in space. Hence branch of chemistry that deals with sterioisomersis steriochemistry

• ## Question: What kind of reagents act as Lewis acids?

Posted in: Chemistry | Date: 23/12/2017

According to Lewis acid base theory acids accept lone pair of electrons. Reagents that are electrophilic in nature behave as Lewis acids.

• ## Question: What is the product when alcohol reacts with Na?

Posted in: Chemistry | Date: 24/12/2017

Na+R-OH------------->R-ONa

• ## Question: What are the career options after MSc in applied chemistry?

Posted in: Chemistry | Date: 24/12/2017

U can join teaching as lecturer in college and work with private tutors to teach +2 students. U have lot opportunities in analytical department in pharma companies,chemical production company as analyst, can join R and D as scientists.

• ## Question: What is arrhenius concept for acid and base?

Posted in: Chemistry | Date: 24/12/2017

As per arrhenius concept, Acids gives H+ ions which when dissolved in water Bases gives OH- ions when dissolved in water.

• ## Question: Which of the following elements has the lowest electron affinity?

Posted in: Chemistry | Date: 24/12/2017

Ne. As it has got completely filled orbital

• ## Question: What are hermaphrodite . Name such two organisms

Posted in: Biology | Date: 09/01/2018

hermaphrodite is an organism with both male and female genitalia. Eg- clown fish, earthworm, snail

• ## Question: The storage of sugar as glycogen in the liver is increased in the presence ...

Posted in: Biology | Date: 09/01/2018

Insulin

• ## Question: Define re-absorption.

Posted in: Biology | Date: 09/01/2018

the act or process of absorbing again, as the absorption by the kidneys of substances that were already secreted into the tubules, such as glucose, proteins, or sodium.

• ## Question: Do all organs of our body secrete hormones?

Posted in: Biology | Date: 09/01/2018

No all organs do not secrete harmones. Endocrine system in the body is involved in secretion and regulation of harmone

• ## Question: Is Fluoride really that good for tooth enamel?

Posted in: Biology | Date: 09/01/2018

Yes its required for maintaining healthy teeth. Carbohydrates that is consumed by a person is acted upon by microorganisms that is present in oral cavity and produce acids that destroy the teeth enamel. Fluoride inhibit this mechanism.

• ## Question: Why heart beats increase when we are in a state of tension?

Posted in: Biology | Date: 09/01/2018

Tension happens either in condition which makes you to fear, fright or flight. During this body secretes Adrenalin harmones whose one of the action is increase in heart rate.

• ## Question: Could plants do photosynthesis at moonlight?

Posted in: Biology | Date: 09/01/2018

No the process of photosynthesis requires sunlight

• ## Question: What is the difference between cytosol and cytoplasm?

Posted in: Biology | Date: 09/01/2018

1. Cytosol is the intra-cellular fluid that is present inside the cells. On the other hand, cytoplasm is that part of the cell which is contained within the entire cell membrane. 2. Cytosol comprises of a lot of water, dissolved ions, large water soluble molecules, smaller minute molecules and proteins. Cytoplasm on the other hand is made of water up to 80% nucleic acids, enzymes, lipids, non-organic ions, amino acids, carbohydrates, and lightweight molecular compounds. 3. It is in the cytosol that all the metabolic chemical reactions of prokaryotes take place. On the contrary large scale cellular activities including glycolis, cell division and other metabolic paths take place in the cytoplasm.

• ## Question: The process of delivery of the foetus is called

Posted in: Biology | Date: 09/01/2018

Parturition

• ## Question: The assumption of shape, size and other morphological features by the embryo is ...

Posted in: Biology | Date: 09/01/2018

Morphogenesis (from the Greek morphê shape and genesis creation, literally, "beginning of the shape") is the biological process that causes an organism to develop its shape.

• ## Question: What is TSH? Where is it produced?

Posted in: Biology | Date: 09/01/2018

Thyroid-stimulating hormone (also known as thyrotropin, thyrotropic hormone, TSH, or hTSH for human TSH) is a pituitary hormone that stimulates the thyroid gland to produce thyroxine (T4), and then triiodothyronine (T3) which stimulates the metabolism of almost every tissue in the body. It is a glycoprotein hormone synthesized and secreted by thyrotrope cells in the anterior pituitary gland, which regulates the endocrine function of the thyroid.

• ## Question: What are hormones?

Posted in: Biology | Date: 09/01/2018

Hormones are special chemical messengers in the body that are created in the endocrine glands. These messengers control most major bodily functions, from simple basic needs like hunger to complex systems like reproduction, and even the emotions and mood.

• ## Question: What are the characteristics of hormones?

Posted in: Biology | Date: 09/01/2018

General characteristics of hormones are as follows: 1.Hormones are secreted by endocrine cells. 2.Hormones are chemical messengers. 3.The are chemical signals that circulate in the body fluids. 4.The hormones regulate the behavior of the target cells. 5.Hormones, unlike enzymes do not catalyze any reaction. 6.They are secreted only when needed, they are not stored prior to requirement. 7.Hormones may be proteinaceous or non-proteinaceous in nature (amino-acids or steroids). 8.The secretion of hormones is regulated by the nervous system through the feed back effect. 9.Hormones usually cause long term effects like change in behavior, growth, etc. 10.The hormones function is to stimulate or inhibit the target organs.

• ## Question: What is a reflex?

Posted in: Biology | Date: 09/01/2018

Reflex, or reflex action, is the involuntary movement of any organ or body part that has received a stimulus. It happens without any consciousness and is immediate. Reflexes protect the body from harm.

• ## Question: What are the two main types of reflexes?

Posted in: Biology | Date: 09/01/2018

Reflex, or reflex action, is the involuntary movement of any organ or body part that has received a stimulus. It happens without any consciousness and is immediate. Reflexes protect the body from harm. The process of the sensory neuron carrying the stimulus to the spinal column and brain, and then the brain sending a message to the motor neuron is called a reflex arc. Reflexes are classified according to the degree of complexity of the neuron (nerve) organization within the reflex arcs. In this classification, there are monosynaptic (or monosegmental) reflexes, which involve only one segment of the central nervous system, and multisynaptic (or intersegmental) reflexes, which involve more than one segment of the central nervous system. Monosynaptic means there is only one neuron involved each way on the path to the spinal cord (called an afferent or sensory neuron) and one away from the spinal cord (called an efferent or motor neuron). An example of a monosynaptic reflex is the patellar (knee jerk) reflex. A multisynaptic reflex, as you can guess, is more complex. In the simplest form, a multisynaptic reflex has more than one neuron (called interneurons) within the reflex arc process. It also involves more than one area of the central nervous system - usually the spinal cord and the brain.

• ## Question: What are ganglia?

Posted in: Biology | Date: 09/01/2018

ganglion is a nerve cell cluster or a group of nerve cell bodies located in the autonomic nervous system and sensory system. Ganglia house the cells bodies of afferent nerves and efferent nerves.

• ## Question: What is the importance of medulla oblongata?

Posted in: Biology | Date: 09/01/2018

The medulla oblongata is located in the brain stem, anterior to (in front of) the cerebellum. This is a cone-shaped, neuronal (nerve cell) mass in the hindbrain, which controls a number of autonomic (involuntary) functions. This section of the brain helps transfer messages to the spinal cord and the thalamus, which is in the brain, from the body. The main function of the thalamus is to process information to and from the spinal cord and the cerebellum. The medulla oblongata helps regulate breathing, heart and blood vessel function, digestion, sneezing, and swallowing. This part of the brain is a center for respiration and circulation. Sensory and motor neurons (nerve cells) from the forebrain and midbrain travel through the medulla. The medulla oblongata receives its blood supply from several arteries, including the anterior spinal artery, posterior inferior cerebellar artery, and the vertebral artery's direct branches. The medulla contains both myelinated and unmyelinated nerve fibers, also called white matter and gray matter, respectively.

• ## Question: Give four applications of recombinant DNA technology.

Posted in: Biology | Date: 09/01/2018

Uses in the field of medicine- 1.For production of vitamins like B12. 2.For production of antibiotics on large-scale. 3.Recombinant proteins like insulin, other enzymes, hormones can be produced by rdna technology. 4.rDNA technology is used to produce recombinant vaccines in large-scale. Ex. Hepatitis-B vaccine Uses in animal husbandry and sericulture- 1.For enhancement of milk production in cattle. 2.For better meat yield in animals like pigs, cattle, birds. 3.For enhancement of silk production in seri culture. 4.For better egg yield in poultry birds. 5.For better wool yield from sheep. Uses in agriculture. 1.For biotechnology crops like cotton, vegetables etc. 2.rDNA technology can help produce high yielding plants with desired quality. 3.Disease resistant crops like BT-cotton, BT-brinjal are produced to with stand pest attack and there by limit pesticide usage.

• ## Question: What are exocrine and endocrine glands?

Posted in: Biology | Date: 09/01/2018

An endocrine gland secretes its products directly into the blood. An example of an endocrine gland is the adrenal gland which secretes adenaline made in the adrenal medulla directly into the blood. An exocrine gland secretes its products into ducts that lead to the target tissue. For example the salivary gland secretes saliva into the collecting duct which leads to the mouth. It's important to note that the pancreas performs both endocrine and exocrine functions. It releases insulin and glucagon directly into the blood (endocrine) and also secretes pancreatic fluid into the pacreatic duct which leads to the duodenum (exocrine).

• ## Question: What is meningitis?

Posted in: Biology | Date: 09/01/2018

Meningitis is an inflammation of the meninges. The meninges are the three membranes that cover the brain and spinal cord. Meningitis can occur when fluid surrounding the meninges becomes infected. The most common causes of meningitis are viral and bacterial infections. Other causes may include: cancer, chemical irritation, fungi, drug allergies Viral and bacterial meningitis are contagious. They can be transmitted by coughing, sneezing, or close contact.

• ## Question: How are organs of the central nervous system protected?

Posted in: Biology | Date: 09/01/2018

Central nervous system lies deep in the body, surrounded and protected by bone. It consists of the brain, which is incased by the skull, and the spinal cord, which extends down the canal of the vertebrate column.

• ## Question: What is the central nervous system composed of?

Posted in: Biology | Date: 09/01/2018

Central nervous system consists of the brain, which is incased by the skull, and the spinal cord, which extends down the canal of the vertebrate column

• ## Question: What are receptors?

Posted in: Biology | Date: 09/01/2018

Sense organ Receptors sensitive to skin pressure, pain, temperature Receptors are groups of specialised cells. They can detect changes in the environment, which are called stimuli, and turn them into electrical impulses. Receptors are often located in the sense organs, such as the ear, eye and skin.

• ## Question: What is a synapse?

Posted in: Biology | Date: 09/01/2018

Synapse is a junction between two nerve cells, consisting of a minute gap across which impulses pass by diffusion of a neurotransmitter.

• ## Question: What are the units of nervous system?

Posted in: Biology | Date: 09/01/2018

Neuron is the unit of nervous system

• ## Question: Help me to define (a) Juvenile phase, (b) Reproductive phase, (c) Senescent p...

Posted in: Biology | Date: 09/01/2018

(a) Juvenile phase: It is the period of growth in an individual organism after its birth and before it reaches reproductive maturity. (b) Reproductive phase: It is the period when an individual organism reproduces sexually.(c) Senescent phase:It is the period when an organism grows old and loses the ability to reproduce

• ## Question: Helo me to differentiate between gametogenesis from embryogenesis.

Posted in: Biology | Date: 09/01/2018

Gametogenesis- It is the process of the formation of haploid male and female gametes from diploid meiocytes through the process of meiosis. Embryogenesis- is the process of the development of the embryo from the repeated mitotic divisions of the diploid zygote

• ## Question: How is oxygen transported in the blood and released in the tissues?

Posted in: Biology | Date: 09/01/2018

Oxygen is one of the substances transported with the assistance of red blood cells. The red blood cells contain a pigment called haemoglobin, each molecule of which binds four oxygen molecules. Oxyhaemoglobin forms. The oxygen molecules are carried to individual cells in the body tissue where they are released.

• ## Question: h one of the following does not depend on a large surface area for its ...

Posted in: Biology | Date: 09/01/2018

Ventricle of the human heart.

• ## Question: Why is reproduction essential for organisms?

Posted in: Biology | Date: 09/01/2018

Reproduction is a fundamental feature of all living organisms. It is a biological process by which living organisms produce offspring’s similar to them. Reproduction ensures the continuity of various species on the Earth. In the absence of reproduction, the species will not be able to exist for a long time and may soon get extinct.

• ## Question: Is the use of contraceptives justified? Give reasons.

Posted in: Biology | Date: 09/01/2018

Yes, the use of contraceptives is absolutely justified. The human population is increasing tremendously. Therefore, to regulate the population growth by regulating reproduction has become a necessary demand in the present times. Various contraceptive devices have been devised to reduce unwanted pregnancies, which help in bringing down the increased birth rate and hence, in checking population explosion.

• ## Question: Is sex education necessary in schools? Why?

Posted in: Biology | Date: 09/01/2018

Yes, introduction of sex education in schools is necessary. It would provide right information to young individuals at the right time about various aspects of reproductive health such as reproductive organs, puberty, and adolescence related changes, safe sexual practices, sexually transmitted diseases, etc

• ## Question: Why are offspring of oviparous animals at a greater risk as compared to offsprin...

Posted in: Biology | Date: 09/01/2018

Oviparous animals lay eggs outside their body. As a result, the eggs of these animals are under continuous threat from various environmental factors. On the other hand, in viviparous animals, the development of the egg takes place inside the body of the female. Hence, the offspring of an egg-laying or oviparous animal is at greater risk as compared to the offspring of a viviparous animal, which gives birth to its young ones.

• ## Question: What is the difference b/w endometrium and myometrium?

Posted in: Biology | Date: 09/01/2018

1.The endometrium is the innermost layer of the uterine wall and Myometrium is the middle layer of the uterine wall. 2.Structure Endometrium is composed of columnar epithelium and Myometrium is composed of muscle layer which developed by the uterine myocytes. 3.Function Endometrium provides optimum environmental conditions for the implantation of the blastocyst and Myometrium is involved in facilitating of uterine movements

• ## Question: What is disruptive selection?

Posted in: Biology | Date: 09/01/2018

Disruptive selection, also called diversifying selection, describes changes in population genetics in which extreme values for a trait are favored over intermediate values. In this case, the variance of the trait increases and the population is divided into two distinct groups.

• ## Question: In which one of the following pair the two items mean one and the same thing?

Posted in: Biology | Date: 09/01/2018

B

• ## Question: What are the differences between Aerobic and Anaerobic respiration?

Posted in: Biology | Date: 09/01/2018

Aerobic respiration vs Anaerobic respiration Aerobic respiration 1. Common in all higher plants and animals 2. The process occurs inside living cells 3. The process occurs in the presence of oxygen 4. It is a permanent process that continuous throughout the life of plants and animals 5. Energy is released in greater amounts in the form of ATP ~ 36 ATP molecules 6. The process is non toxic to both plants and animals 7. End products are CO2 and H2O Anaerobic respiration 1. Common in certain microorganisms but very rare in all higher plants and animals 2. The process occurs inside living cells, but living cells are not essential in some cases 3. The process occurs in the absence of oxygen 4. It is a permanent process in anaerobic microorganisms but a temporary process in higher plants and animals only under anaerobic condition 5. Energy is released in lesser amounts in the form of ATP ~ 2 ATP molecules. Heat is also generated in fermentation 6.The process often toxic to both plants and animals 7. End products are ethanol and CO2

• ## Question: Which tissue carries water in plants?

Posted in: Biology | Date: 09/01/2018

Xylem

• ## Question: What is called the 'Power House' of the cell?

Posted in: Biology | Date: 09/01/2018

Mitochondria

• ## Question: Why is it necessary to maintain a normal osmotic concentration of the blood?

Posted in: Biology | Date: 09/01/2018

If normal osmotic concentration is not maintained it will cause either cell shrinkage or cell bursting. In hypertonic - shrinkage In hypotonic-cell swelling followed by bursting

• ## Question: Which protein is found in nails, horns and hair?

Posted in: Biology | Date: 09/01/2018

Keratin

• ## Question: What is green House effect?

Posted in: Biology | Date: 10/01/2018

The greenhouse effect is a natural process that warms the Earth’s surface. When the Sun’s energy reaches the Earth’s atmosphere, some of it is reflected back to space and the rest is absorbed and re-radiated by greenhouse gases.

• ## Question: Which respiratory pigment present in Erythrocytes?

Posted in: Biology | Date: 10/01/2018

Haemoglobin present in RBC combines with oxygen.

• ## Question: Best method to determine paternity is

Posted in: Biology | Date: 10/01/2018

DNA fingerprinting

• ## Question: Where salmonella is associated?

Posted in: Biology | Date: 10/01/2018

Typhoid- caused by Salmonella typhi

• ## Question: The Hardy Weinberg’s equilibrium is associated with:

Posted in: Biology | Date: 10/01/2018

B- POPULATION GENETICS. The Hardy–Weinberg principle states that allele and genotype frequencies in a population will remain constant from generation to generation in the absence of other evolutionary influences.

• ## Question: What is a Punnett-square used for?

Posted in: Biology | Date: 10/01/2018

The Punnett square is a diagram that is used to predict an outcome of a particular cross or breeding experiment. The diagram is used by biologists to determine the probability of an offspring having a particular genotype.

• ## Question: What are the characteristics of prokaryotic cells?

Posted in: Biology | Date: 10/01/2018

A prokaryote is a simple, unicellular organism that lacks an organized nucleus or other membrane-bound organelle. Characteristics - 1.Prokaryotes lack an organized nucleus and other membrane-bound organelles. 2.Prokaryotic DNA is found in a central part of the cell called the nucleoid. 3.The cell wall of a prokaryote acts as an extra layer of protection, helps maintain cell shape, and prevents dehydration. 4.Prokaryotic cell size ranges from 0.1 to 5.0 μm in diameter. 5.The small size of prokaryotes allows quick entry and diffusion of ions and molecules to other parts of the cell while also allowing fast removal of waste products out of the cell.

• ## Question: One of the followings is a naturally occurring compound which reduces the sensat...

Posted in: Biology | Date: 10/01/2018

Endorphins

• ## Question: Osteomalacia is a deficiency disease of

Posted in: Biology | Date: 10/01/2018

C- ADULTS DUE TO VITAMIN D Deficiency

• ## Question: The statistical study of human population is called?

Posted in: Biology | Date: 10/01/2018

Demography

• ## Question:  Identify the fungus with medicinal importance.

Posted in: Biology | Date: 10/01/2018

Pencillium used to produce penicillin which is powerful antibiotic

• ## Question: Virus envelope is known as.

Posted in: Biology | Date: 10/01/2018

Capsid

• ## Question: What is the main function of leaf?

Posted in: Biology | Date: 10/01/2018

Photosynthesis and exchange of gases.

• ## Question: What are the basic postulates of Darwinism?

Posted in: Biology | Date: 10/01/2018

4 postulates of Darwinism - 1) .Phenotypic variation- deals with the individual variations amongst organisms' physical traits within the same species. These are differences in characteristics present in individuals of the same generation, that alter their corporal features. 2.)heredity - The second postulate of Darwin's theory details that variations amongst organisms are heritable, meaning individuals can pass them down unto their offsprings. 3) ."struggle for existence," which occurs when there are too many organisms in a population and the available natural resources can no longer support them. Nowadays, this phenomenon is referred to as overpopulation. 4) favorable trait-Darwin also explained how heritable traits can affect organisms' survival and reproductive rates; traits that are favorable to a species are more likely to be passed on to future generations.

• ## Question: What is plant introduction?

Posted in: Biology | Date: 10/01/2018

Plant introduction is the earliest of the methods followed in plant breeding. Established plants of one area are taken to the newer area for the use of mankind. Quarantine has to play important role in introduction to ensure that the material which is to be introduced should not carry diseases or pests with it.

• ## Question: What are the sources of UV and Visible radiation used in UV and Visible spectrop...

Posted in: MicroBiology | Date: 10/01/2018

Various UV radiation sources are as follows a. Deuterium lamp b. Hydrogen lamp c. Tungsten lamp d. Xenon discharge lamp e. Mercury arc lamp Various Visible radiation sources are as follows a. Tungsten lamp b. Mercury vapour lamp c. Carbonone lamp

• ## Question: What is Mehendi?

Posted in: Mehendi | Date: 10/01/2018

Mehendi is a paste prepared from henna leaves which is filled in the cone and various designs can be drawn on hands and legs using it.

• ## Question: Malignant tumours are considered dangerous. Why?

Posted in: Biology | Date: 11/01/2018

malignant tumor is more dangerous because it can grow quickly and may grow into or spread to other parts of the body

• ## Question: Which of the following is not a part of the female reproductive system in human ...

Posted in: Biology | Date: 11/01/2018

Ureter is not the part of reproductory syetem. It s a part of excretory system

• ## Question: Process in which food substances are moved to rest of plant by phloem is known a...

Posted in: Biology | Date: 11/01/2018

Translocation

• ## Question: Coronary heart disease is due to which of the following?

Posted in: Biology | Date: 11/01/2018

It's due to insufficient supply of blood to heart muscles

Posted in: Biology | Date: 11/01/2018

A is right answer Blood= plasma + cellular components(WBC+RBC+platelets)

• ## Question: The deposition of lipids on the wall lining the lumen of large and medium-sized ...

Posted in: Biology | Date: 11/01/2018

Atherosclerosis

• ## Question: In which one of the following pair the two items mean one and the same thing?

Posted in: Biology | Date: 11/01/2018

Sa node and pace maker

• ## Question: In which of the following disorders, blood has a defective hemoglobin?

Posted in: Biology | Date: 11/01/2018

D is the answer. Sickle cell anemia is a group of disorders that affects hemoglobin, the molecule in red blood cells that delivers oxygen to cells throughout the body.

• ## Question: The lower surface of leaf will have more number of stomata in a.

Posted in: Biology | Date: 11/01/2018

Answer is A. Dorsiventral leaf has stomata on lower surface only so called as hypostomatic. Isobilateral leaves has stomata on both layers (amphistomatic)

• ## Question: In chlorophyll structure four pyrole rings are united with Mg by their atoms of.

Posted in: Biology | Date: 11/01/2018

Nitrogen.

• ## Question: In an experiment demonstrating the evolution of oxygen in Hydrilla, Sodium bicar...

Posted in: Biology | Date: 11/01/2018

Answer is B. Reason-More air bubbles will come out from the cut end of hydrilla twigs indicating evolution of more oxygen. The reason for that is baking soda is nothing but sodium bi-carbonate which is a source of Co2 for photosynthesis. With increase in supply of Co2 rate of photosynthesis increases and thus more air bubbles (Oxygen) evolved.

• ## Question: Sugar moves in phloem vessels as____________________.

Posted in: Biology | Date: 11/01/2018

Sucrose. It is called as translocable carbohydrate.

• ## Question: RUBISCO enzyme is also called as_____________________.

Posted in: Biology | Date: 11/01/2018

RUBISCO is called marker enzyme of chloroplast since it can perform carboxylation as well as oxidation, therefore also called carboxydimutase.

• ## Question: In young leaves ratio of carotene to Xanthophyll is________________.

Posted in: Biology | Date: 11/01/2018

Ratio is 1:2. Reason-In young leaves cuticle is thin hence require more production therefore concentration of Xanthophyll is more than carotene which is more protective.

• ## Question: It is estimated that about 85% of the earth’s photosynthetic activity is c...

Posted in: Biology | Date: 11/01/2018

Phytoplanktons. (these are the algaes of the ocean.)

• ## Question: Pyruvic acid, the key product of glycolysis can have many metabolic fates. Under...

Posted in: Biology | Date: 11/01/2018

• ## Question: The ultimate electron acceptor of respiration in an aerobic organisms is________...

Posted in: Biology | Date: 11/01/2018

B. Oxygen In aerobic organisms undergoing respiration, electrons are shuttled to an electron transport chain, and the final electron acceptor is oxygen. Molecular oxygen is a highly oxidizing agent and, therefore, is an excellent electron acceptor.

• ## Question: Which of the following exhibits the highest rate of respiration? Plaese, help me...

Posted in: Biology | Date: 11/01/2018

(B) Germinating seeds have the highest rate of respiration. As soon as the water is imbibed by seeds, hydrolytic enzymes come into action and mobilise the reserve food materials so the seeds show high metabolic activity and germinate into a tiny plant. All these activities require energy, which is derived from increased rate of respiration.

• ## Question: Mitochondria are called powerhouses of the cell. Which of the following observat...

Posted in: Biology | Date: 11/01/2018

A is answer. Reason-The mitochondria is called the powerhouse of the cell because it is responsible for producing most of the cell's energy, or adenosine tri-phosphate (ATP)

• ## Question: The alarming population growth is leading to scarcity of basic requirements. Sug...

Posted in: Biology | Date: 11/01/2018

The alarming population growth is leading to scarcity of basic requirements. The population measures other than contraception to address this situation are: 1) Advertisements in the media, to generate awareness . Advertisement in media via TV, newspapers, magazines will definitely create a revolutionary impact in the youth. Other options of advertisements are also helpful like posting of posters on public vehicles busses, trains, metros etc and installing hoardings in busy areas. 2)Statutory raising of marriageable age female to 18 years and that of males to 21 years, to delay the number of births. This will not only help in delaying the birth and decreasing the population but also child born will be healthy because maternal body is completely mature enough to give birth.

• ## Question: In an experiment demonstrating the evolution of oxygen in Hydrilla, Sodium bicar...

Posted in: Biology | Date: 11/01/2018

B IS THE ANSWER. SODIUM BICARBONATE IS SOURCE OF CO2. HENCE MORE O2 IS EVOLVED DUE TO AVAILABILITY OF CO2

• ## Question: Given below are four statements (a-d) regarding human blood circulatory system ...

Posted in: Biology | Date: 11/01/2018

A and D is correct. Justification - B. Angina is due to reduced blood supply to heart wall. C. Person with blood group AB is universal recepient.

• ## Question: Lead concentration in blood is considered alarming if it is.

Posted in: Biology | Date: 11/01/2018

A) 30 µg/100 ml. The Normal lead concentration is 30 µg/100 ml.If lead concentration increases more then this it could cause diseases like cancer,brain tumours.This mark was set by the International Pollution Rgulation Oraganisation.

• ## Question: Muscles with characteristic striations and involuntary are.

Posted in: Biology | Date: 11/01/2018

B. Reason-Contractions in striated muscles are voluntary, except for the heart muscle, in which contractions are regulated involuntarily by the sinoatrial node. Cardiac muscle is often treated separately from the other striated muscles, as it has somewhat different characteristics.

• ## Question: Crystals of Bt toxin produced by some bacteria do not kill the bacteria themselv...

Posted in: Biology | Date: 11/01/2018

C. toxin is inactive: In bacteria, the toxin is present in an inactive form, called prototoxin, which gets converted into active form when it enters the body of an insect.

• ## Question: In Kranz anatomy, the bundle sheath cells have_________________.

Posted in: Biology | Date: 11/01/2018

• ## Question: We can produce a concentrated/ dilute urine. This is facilitated by a special me...

Posted in: Biology | Date: 11/01/2018

D.

• ## Question: Which of the following is laboratory test for diagnosis of cancer?

Posted in: NEET | Date: 11/01/2018

D. PSA. The PSA test is a blood test used primarily to screen for prostate cancer.For this test, a blood sample is sent to a laboratory for analysis.

• ## Question: The type of placenta found in human beings is

Posted in: NEET | Date: 11/01/2018

Answer is B. Types of placenta- Diffuse, epitheliochorial-Horses and pigs. Cotyledonary, epitheliochorial-Ruminants (cattle, sheep, goats, deer). Zonary, endotheliochorial-Carnivores (dog, cat, ferret). Discoid, hemochorial-Humans, apes, monkeys and rodents

• ## Question: Ovulation occurs:

Posted in: AICEE | Date: 11/01/2018

At the end of menstrual cycle. Usually on 14th day ovulation occurs.

• ## Question: Would a defoliated plant respond to photoperiodic cycle? Why?

Posted in: NEET | Date: 11/01/2018

A defoliated plant will not respond to the photoperiodic cycle. It is hypothesised that the hormonal substance responsible for flowering is formed in the leaves, subsequently migrating to the shoot apices and modifying them into flowering apices. Therefore, in the absence of leaves, light perception would not occur, i.e., the plant would not respond to light.

• ## Question: Binding energy of a nucleus is of the order of:

Posted in: Physics | Date: 11/01/2018

C. MeV

Posted in: AIPMT | Date: 11/01/2018

Answer is C- SO2 and NO2 after oxidation and reaction with water are major contributors to acid rain, because polluted air usually contains particulate matter that catalyse the oxidation. 2SO2 (g) + O2 (g) + 2H2O (l) → 2H2SO4 (aq) 4NO2 (g) + O2 (g)+ 2H2O (l) → 4HNO3 (aq) Ammonium salts are also formed and can be seen as an atmospheric haze (aerosol of fine particles). Aerosol particles of oxides or ammonium salts in rain drops result in wet deposition. SO2 is also absorbed directly on both solid and liquid ground surfaces and is thus deposited as dry-deposition. When acid rain falls and flows as ground water to reach rivers, lakes etc. it affects plants and animal life in aquatic ecosystem. It corrodes water pipes resulting in the leaching of heavy metals such as iron, lead and copper into the drinking water. Acid rain damages buildings and other structures made of stone or metal. The Taj Mahal in India has been affected by acid rain.

• ## Question: To reduce the percentage of population suffering from hunger and malnutrition, m...

Posted in: AICEE | Date: 11/01/2018

The microbes which are used as a food supplement are: 1)Spirulina: spirulina is a microorganism which can be grown easily on material like waste water from potato processing plants (containing starch), straws , molasses , animal manure and even sewages, to produce large quantities and can serve as a food rich in Proteins, Minerals, Fats , Carbohydrates and minerals. Incidentally such consumption also reduced environmental pollution. 2)Methylophilus Methylotropus: It is calculated that a 250Kg cow can produce 200gm of protein per day , In the same time 250GM of methylophilus , Because of its high rate of biomass production and growth, can be expected to produce 25 Tones of Protein.

• ## Question: Living cells placed in isotonic solution (0.9% saline) retain their size and sha...

Posted in: AIPMT | Date: 11/01/2018

C. Osmosis. 0.9% saline is isotonic with body fluid. Isotonic solution have same concentration of the solute and they exhibit same osmotic pressure. Hence when cells are placed in 0.9% solution their tone is retained.

• ## Question: Deficiency symptoms of an element tend to appear first in young leaves. It indic...

Posted in: AIPMT | Date: 11/01/2018

Sulphur is the element i.e needed by young leaves, stem and root tips. If it is not available, these parts would show the deficiency symptoms which include reduced growth (ii) extensive root growth (iii) hard and woody stem (iv) chlorosis of young leaves. The immobile elements are transported in plant up to the tip level, so their deficiency appear first at the tips of growing apices of roots and shoot.

• ## Question: Which one of the following statements can best explain the term critical concent...

Posted in: AIPMT | Date: 11/01/2018

A. Critical concentration is the concentration of the essential element below which growth in plant is reduced.

• ## Question: The Calvin cycle proceeds in three stages 1. reduction, during which carbohyd...

Posted in: AIPMT | Date: 11/01/2018

A)3-1-2

• ## Question: The cardiac activity could be moderated by the autonomous neural system. Tick th...

Posted in: AIPMT | Date: 11/01/2018

B) is answer. Neural signals through the sympathetic nerves can increase the rate of the heart beat, the strength of ventricular contraction and thereby stimulating the cardiac output. Hence, sympathetic system is involved in stimulating heart rate and stroke volume. Therefore, other options are wrong.

• ## Question: Among these which one is correctly matched?

Posted in: AIPMT | Date: 11/01/2018

• ## Question: Which of the following matches correctly? Please help me to choose the correct a...

Posted in: AIPMT | Date: 11/01/2018

• ## Question: The difference between the systolic and diastolic pressure in human is.

Posted in: AIPMT | Date: 11/01/2018

A) 40 mm Hg.The numeric difference between your systolic and diastolic blood pressure is called pulse pressure. The normal systolic pressure is around 120 mmHg and normal range is between 95-120 mm Hg. The normal diastolic pressure is 80 mm Hg. 60-80 mm Hg is the normal range of diastolic blood pressure. Difference in healthy person is 120-80=40.

• ## Question: In a healthy adult man the normal diastolic pressure is______________.

Posted in: Biology | Date: 11/01/2018

80 mm Hg

• ## Question: Select the mismatched pair out:

Posted in: NEET | Date: 11/01/2018

D. HUTCHISON -BIOME

• ## Question: Which of the following is a biosphere reserve in eastern Himalayan regions?

Posted in: NEET | Date: 11/01/2018

Dihang-Dibang or Dehang-Debang is a biosphere reserve constituted in 1998. It is in the Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh.

• ## Question: Which of the following is a gene sanctuary?

Posted in: NEET | Date: 11/01/2018

Tura range sanctuary of meghalaya

• ## Question: The 18% of a number is 59.04. What is 25% of that number?

Posted in: Mathematics | Date: 12/01/2018

Consider no as x, 18% of x=59.04 X=328 Therefore, 25% of x, I. E 25/100x328=82

• ## Question: A number gives a remainder 5 when it is divided by 8. What will be the remainder...

Posted in: Mathematics | Date: 12/01/2018

Ans-400, Consider no to be x When, x/8=5 =>x=40 Therefore when x square i.e 1600 is diveded by 4 remainder is 400.

• ## Question: In 1 kg mixture of sand and iron, 23% is iron. How much sand should be added so ...

Posted in: Mathematics | Date: 12/01/2018

Thus initially amount of iron in the mixture = 23% of 1000g (1kg=1000g) ∴ initially amount of iron = 230 gm ∴ initially amount of sand = 770 gm After adding ‘x’ gms of sand the new ratio of iron : sand will be 13:87 ∴230/770+x=13/87 ⇒ 10010 + 13x = 20010 ⇒ x=769.2g=0.769 kg

• ## Question: In which year was Microsoft Office first released?

Posted in: Bank Clerical | Date: 12/01/2018

November 19, 1990

• ## Question: The small line blinking on the computer screen is known as_____.

Posted in: Bank Clerical | Date: 12/01/2018

The cursor is the blinking symbol on the computer screen. It shows the location of the pointer & when its blinking, it means it is ready to take in data at the place where it is currently located on the document in MS word.

• ## Question: What is the term used for changing the contents of a document?

Posted in: Bank PO | Date: 12/01/2018

Editing

• ## Question: Which popular type of application software is used for creating documents?

Posted in: Bank Clerical | Date: 12/01/2018

B. The word processors document are used to create letters, papers and other documents like academic write ups, notes or commercial texts. These software takes in data from the keyboard and allows the user to edit and save these documents.

• ## Question: What is the term used to represent the graphics which are meant for word process...

Posted in: Bank Clerical | Date: 12/01/2018

B. Clip art is a picture or graphic that can be inserted into a word processed document.

• ## Question: What is the purpose of “VLOOKUP”?

Posted in: Bank PO | Date: 12/01/2018

Vlookup (short for 'vertical' lookup) is a built-in Excel function that is designed to work with data that is organised into columns. It can be used as a worksheet function (WS) in Excel. As a worksheet function, the VLOOKUP function can be entered as part of a formula in a cell of a worksheet.

• ## Question: When the user is writing a formula or a text where a character is lowered e.g. 2...

Posted in: Bank Clerical | Date: 12/01/2018

D. None of the above. And answer is subscript. Subscripts appear at or below the baseline, while superscripts are above.

• ## Question: Which of the following Excel charts represents only one value for each variable?

Posted in: UPSC Exam | Date: 12/01/2018

C. Pie chart from the Excel charts represents only one value for each variable. The user can change these labels and variables by editing the data that was entered earlier by the user.

• ## Question: Why is an excel file known as a workbook?

Posted in: Bank Clerical | Date: 12/01/2018

Because it can contain many sheets including worksheets and chart sheets.

• ## Question: Which of the following is not valid version of MS Office?

Posted in: Bank Clerical | Date: 12/01/2018

Office vista

• ## Question: Microsoft will end its Mainstream support for Microsoft Office 2016 in ________.

Posted in: Bank PO | Date: 12/01/2018

C. Microsoft will end its Mainstream support for Microsoft Office 2016 on 13 October 2020, and extended support ends on 14 October 2025, the same time as Windows 10. Microsoft Office 2016 (codenamed Office 16) is a version of the Microsoft Office productivity suite, succeeding both Office 2013 and Office for Mac 2011. It was released on macOS on 9 July 2015 and on Microsoft Windows on 22 September 2015 for Office 365 subscribers. The perpetually licensed version on macOS and Windows was released on 22 September 2015. Ending mainstream support for a product means Microsoft will no longer be enhancing that product and that Microsoft no longer supplies non-security hotfixes unless you have an extended support agreement, all warranty claims end and Microsoft no long accepts requests for new features and design changes. When extended support ends, you can no longer count on any security patches or reliability patches.

• ## Question: In Word, press __________ to create a line break, which advances the insertion p...

Posted in: Bank PO | Date: 12/01/2018

Alt+enter

• ## Question: Microsoft Office is written in which programming language?

Posted in: Bank PO | Date: 12/01/2018

Microsoft Office is written in C++ Programming Language.

• ## Question: It is given that P : Q is 21 : 25. Find the value of (7P + 2Q) : (7P – 2Q)...

Posted in: Mathematics | Date: 12/01/2018

(147+50):(147-50) 197:97

• ## Question: The denominator of a fraction is 4 more than the numerator. On adding a 12 to nu...

Posted in: Mathematics | Date: 12/01/2018

Ans - 3/7 Let's consider numerator=x As per given data, numerator=x/x+4 Also given, 12+x=5x=>x=3 Fraction =3/7

• ## Question: If 17: 15 ∷ 51:x, then find the value of x.

Posted in: Mathematics | Date: 12/01/2018

If four terms are in proportion, then product of means = Product of extremes As, If a:b∷c:d, then (b × c) = (a × d) Now, 17:15∷51:x So 15 × 51 = 17 × x ⇒ x = 45

• ## Question: In MS Word, we can use ______ to format your documents

Posted in: Bank PO | Date: 12/01/2018

Styles

• ## Question: When the user needs to delete a character which is present to the right of the c...

Posted in: Bank PO | Date: 12/01/2018

D. Press the delete key. Both the Del or Delete key and Backspace key are used to delete text. However, when dealing with text pressing the del key deletes text to the right of the cursor and pressing the Backspace key deletes text to the left (backwards) of the cursor.

• ## Question: The fixation and reduction of CO$_2$ occur in presence of___________________.

Posted in: AIPMT | Date: 12/01/2018

B.

• ## Question: When 12 is subtracted from a number, it reduces to 20% of twice that number. Fin...

Posted in: UPSC Exam | Date: 12/01/2018

Let the number be ‘x’. So according to the question, ⇒x−12=20/100×2x ⇒ 100 x − 1200 = 40 x ⇒ 60 x = 1200 ⇒ x = 20

• ## Question: Find the ratio between $4^{3.5}$ and $2^5$ : ?

Posted in: UPSC Exam | Date: 12/01/2018

4^3.5 = >4^7/2 =>(2) ^2×7/2 =>2^7 2^7/2^5=4/1 ∴ Required ratio = 4 : 1.

• ## Question: Cannizzaros’ reaction is given by:

Posted in: Chemistry | Date: 12/01/2018

Formaldehyde

• ## Question: Galvanization is applying of coating of

Posted in: Chemistry | Date: 12/01/2018

Galvanization is the process of applying a protective zinc coating to steel or iron, to prevent rusting.

• ## Question: How many staminodes does kalkasunda have ?

Posted in: Botany | Date: 13/01/2018

It has upper 3 staminodes

• ## Question: Nosema bombycis which causes pebrine in silk worms is a

Posted in: Botany | Date: 13/01/2018

C is answer. Pebrine or pepper disease is a disease of silkworms, which is caused by protozoan microsporidian parasites, mainly Nosema bombycis. The parasites infect eggs and are therefore transmitted to next generation.

• ## Question: What is giga's effect in case of polyploidy?

Posted in: Botany | Date: 13/01/2018

giga's effect in case of a polyploid plant means having a thicker stem, taller growth, thicker and darker leaves, and larger flowers and seeds than a corresponding diploid plant.

• ## Question: Which logical formula doesn’t brings the outcome as “TRUE” or ...

Posted in: UPSC Exam | Date: 13/01/2018

NOT

• ## Question: Identify the Hepatitis virus, which cannot survive independently and it requires...

Posted in: AMIE | Date: 13/01/2018

Hepatitis D virus

• ## Question: The compound which can act as oxidizing as well as reducing agent is

Posted in: Chemistry | Date: 13/01/2018

Hydrogen peroxide

• ## Question: In colour TV receiver, varactor diode is used for

Posted in: AMIE | Date: 13/01/2018

C is answer. In varactor diode the applied reverse bias controls the width and therefore capacitance of depletion layer. This capacitance is used for tuning.

• ## Question: What conclusion was drawn by Rutherford based on Geiger-Marsden’s experime...

Posted in: AMIE | Date: 13/01/2018

Conclusion - an atom has lot of empty space in it. The whole of the positive charge and nearly entire mass of the atom were concentrated in tiny central core called nucleus.

• ## Question: A parallel beam of light is incident on a converging lens parallel to its princi...

Posted in: AMITE | Date: 13/01/2018

D

• ## Question: When electric current is passed through a cell containing the electrolyte + ve i...

Posted in: Chemistry | Date: 13/01/2018

D. In the absence of electric field the ions in the solution move randomly due to thermal energy.

• ## Question: Light from a hydrogen discharge tube is incident on the cathode of a photoelectr...

Posted in: AMIE | Date: 13/01/2018

+ 9.4 V

• ## Question: Certain crystals produce electric signals on application of pressure. This ...

Posted in: AMIE | Date: 13/01/2018

C. When polar crystal is subjected to a mechanical stress, electricity is produced in case of piezoelectricity. Reversely, if electric field is applied, mechanical stress is developed. Piezoelectric crystal acts as a mechanical electrical transductor.

• ## Question: In a solid lattice, the cation has left a lattice site and is located at an inte...

Posted in: AIEEE | Date: 13/01/2018

Frenkel Defect

• ## Question: An aqueous solution of 6.3 g of oxalic acid dihydrate is made up of to 250 ml. T...

Posted in: Chemistry | Date: 13/01/2018

Sol. Oxalic acid dehydrate H2C2O4 . 2H2O : mw = 126 It is a dibasic acid, hence equivalent weight = 63 ⇒ Normality = 6.3/63 × 1000/250 = 0.4 N ⇒ N1V1 = N2V2 0.1 ×V1 = 0.4 × 10 Hence, V1 = 40 mL.

• ## Question: What should come in place of the question mark (?) in the following question? ...

Posted in: Railways Exams | Date: 13/01/2018

X/100×280+18/100×[2200÷4]=143.8 2.8x+99=143.8 X=143.8-99/2.8 X=16

• ## Question: Two Heritage hotels of Indian railway are located in?

Posted in: Railways Exams | Date: 13/01/2018

Puri and ranchi

• ## Question: The co­ordination number of each ion in copper crystals is:

Posted in: Chemistry | Date: 13/01/2018

8

• ## Question: DNA probes used in finger printing are

Posted in: Biology | Date: 13/01/2018

D

• ## Question: What is an antonym for the word paramount?

Posted in: English | Date: 15/01/2018

Last, least

• ## Question: What do you mean by doctrine of lapse?

Posted in: History | Date: 15/01/2018

The Doctrine of Lapse was an annexation policy purportedly devised by Lord Dalhousie, who was the Governor General for the East India Company in India between 1848 and 1856. According to the Doctrine, any princely state or territory under the direct influence of the British East India Company, as a vassal state under the British Subsidiary System, would automatically be annexed if the ruler was either "manifestly incompetent or died without a direct heir".

• ## Question: Who introduced the subsidiary Alliance?

Posted in: History | Date: 15/01/2018

Lord Wellesley

• ## Question: Who initiated the policy of paramountcy?

Posted in: History | Date: 15/01/2018

Lord Hastings was the first Governor General of India from 1813. Under Lord Hasting a new policy of "paramountcy" was introduced in India.

• ## Question: Help me to write a short note on mountain sickness.

Posted in: Biology | Date: 15/01/2018

Mountain sickness 2 types- Altitude sickness or acute mountain sickness, a pathological condition that is caused by acute exposure to low air pressure Chronic mountain sickness, a disease that can develop during extended time living at Altitude. The cause of altitude sickness is the decreasing amount of oxygen available as altitude increases. Symptoms tend to occur within hours after arrival at high altitude and include headache, nausea, shortness of breath and inability to exercise. Medical treatment for altitude sickness may include oxygen, hyperbaric treatment, and medicines such as acetazolamide (Diamox, Diamox Sequels) and/or dexamethasone (AK-Dex, Ocu-Dex) as well as over-the-counter (OTC) pain medications and antinausea medications.

• ## Question: Why is it not healthy to breath in a closed room in winters where a large number...

Posted in: Biology | Date: 15/01/2018

When the fossil fuels are burnt in a limited amount of air (oxygen), the products of combustion are CO and H2O. Carbon monoxide is the most dangerous air pollutant. Carbon monoxide when inhaled combines with hemoglobin in the blood to form carboxyhaemoglobin. Carboxyhaemoglobin cannot carry oxygen. This causes a deficiency of oxygen in the tissues resulting in suffocation and even death. It is due to this reason, which it is not advisable to sleep in a closed room with a coal-fired fireplace (Angithi) inside, on a cold wintry night. When the room is closed, no fresh air can enter the room. Initial burning of coal would consume whatever oxygen is the available in the room. Thus, coal/wood would burn in a limited amount of oxygen producing carbon monoxide.

• ## Question: What is the difference between photosynthesis and respiration?

Posted in: AICEE | Date: 15/01/2018

Difference of photosynthesis and respiration is that their process is being reversed. In photosynthesis, carbon dioxide and water is yielded to glucose or also known as sugar and oxygen while in respiration, it is the other way around. Sugar and oxygen is yielded to carbon dioxide and water.

• ## Question: How our brain gets a continuous supply of oxygen from the atmosphere?

Posted in: Biology | Date: 15/01/2018

Respiratory gas exchange and the blood circulation provide a continuous supply of oxygen from the atmosphere to the brain. Inhalation draws in fresh air from the atmosphere into lungs through nostrils and via nasopharynx, and trachea. In the alveoli of the lungs gaseous exchange occurs between blood and the inhaled air. The high PO2 and low PCO2 in the lungs cause diffusion of O2 into the RBCs where it combines loosely with the Fe2+ ions of haemoglobin to form oxyhaemoglobin. When the oxygenated blood reaches in the brain tissue, the lower PO2 and higher PCO2 there causes dissociation of oxyhemoglobin to deoxyhemoglobin (reduced haemoglobin) and molecular oxygen. The brain tissue picks up O2 and releases CO2 to blood.

• ## Question: Which is the non metal in liquid state?

Posted in: Physics | Date: 15/01/2018

Bromine

• ## Question: Which non metal is a liquid at room temperature?

Posted in: Physics | Date: 15/01/2018

Bromine is non metal i.e liquid at room temperature.

• ## Question: What is epiglottis?

Posted in: Biology | Date: 15/01/2018

The epiglottis is a flap of tissue that sits beneath the tongue at the back of the throat. Its main function is to close over the windpipe (trachea) while you're eating, to prevent food entering your airways.

• ## Question: What is pulmonary respiration?

Posted in: Biology | Date: 15/01/2018

Respiration through lungs is called pulmonary respiration.The mechanism of pulmonary respiration: It includes breathing movement, exchange of gases in lungs, transport of gases by blood and exchange of gases by tissue.

• ## Question: Why do you breathe faster while running?

Posted in: Biology | Date: 15/01/2018

When we exercise, our cells are working harder, and they need more oxygen. They also produce more carbon dioxide. Thats why you breathe faster when you exercise!

• ## Question: What is the role of carbonic anhydrase in RBC’s?

Posted in: Biology | Date: 15/01/2018

An enzyme present in red blood cells, carbonic anhydrase, aids in the conversion of carbon dioxide to carbonic acid and bicarbonate ions. When red blood cells reach the lungs, the same enzyme helps to convert the bicarbonate ions back to carbon dioxide, which we breathe out.

• ## Question: What are the differences between aquatic and terrestrial respiration?

Posted in: Biology | Date: 15/01/2018

Aquatic animals are mainly found in aquatic ecosystems such as ponds, lakes, streams, rivers, and wetlands. Terrestrial animals are mainly found in terrestrial ecosystems such as forests, taiga, tundra, and deserts. Aquatic and terrestrial animals mainly differ by their mode of life. The main difference between aquatic and terrestrial animals is that aquatic animals respire by lungs and they have a soft, slippery skin whereas terrestrial animals respire by gills and they have a leathery hard or spiny skin.

• ## Question: hat is the external respiration?

Posted in: Biology | Date: 15/01/2018

External respiration is exchange of gases between the external environment and a distributing system of the animal body such as the lungs of higher vertebrates or the tracheal tubes of insects.

• ## Question: What is the normal value of tidal volume in adult person?

Posted in: Biology | Date: 15/01/2018

In a healthy, young human adult, tidal volume is approximately 500 mL per inspiration or 7 mL/kg of body mass.

• ## Question: What is the residual volume? What is its role?

Posted in: Biology | Date: 15/01/2018

Residual volume is the amount of gas remaining in the lungs at the end of a maximal exhalation. Role-The lungs contain residual volume of air so that there is sufficient time for oxygen to be absorbed and the carbon dioxide to be released in breathing cycle. It prevents lungs from collapsing after each breath.

• ## Question: Why is it not healthy to breath in a closed room for a very long time?

Posted in: Biology | Date: 15/01/2018

In a closed room there is no provision of fresh air coming into the room. So there will be less amount of oxygen in the room where people may find difficult to breathe due to lack of oxygen.

• ## Question: Help me to distinguish between external respiration and internal respiration.

Posted in: Biology | Date: 15/01/2018

External respiration occurs in the lungs where oxygen diffuses into the blood and carbon dioxide diffuses into the alveolar air. Internal respiration occurs in the metabolizing tissues, where oxygen diffuses out of the blood and carbon dioxide diffuses out of the cells.

• ## Question: How does the diaphragm help in respiration?

Posted in: Biology | Date: 15/01/2018

When you breathe in, or inhale, your diaphragm contracts (tightens) and moves downward. This increases the space in your chest cavity, into which your lungs expand. The intercostal muscles between your ribs also help enlarge the chest cavity. They contract to pull your rib cage both upward and outward when you inhale.

• ## Question: Which part of the brain controls the respiratory process in the vertebrates?

Posted in: Biology | Date: 15/01/2018

Medulla oblangata. The medulla oblongata basically detects carbon dioxide (CO2) and Oxygen (O2) levels in the bloodstream and determines what changes need to happen in the body. It can then send nerve impulses to muscles in the heart and diaphragm, letting them know that they need to either step up their game, or slow down a bit.

• ## Question: Why is haemoglobin called conjugated protein?

Posted in: Biology | Date: 15/01/2018

The non-amino part of a conjugated protein is usually called its prosthetic group. The non-amino part of a conjugated protein is usually called its prosthetic groupThe non-amino part of a conjugated protein is usually called its prosthetic group. As each of the four protein subunits of hemoglobin possesses its own prosthetic heme group, each hemoglobin can transport four molecules of oxygen.

• ## Question: How much is the "vital capacity" of human? Do people living on mountai...

Posted in: Biology | Date: 15/01/2018

3400-4800ml depending on age, sex, height of the individual. People living on mountains have more vital capacity than people living in plain.

• ## Question: How does exchange of respiratory gases take place in the alveoli of lungs?

Posted in: Biology | Date: 15/01/2018

Gaseous exchange at alveoli essentially occurs as a result of diffusion down a concentration gradient. Explanation: The main respiratory surface in humans is the alveoli. Alveoli are tiny balloon like structures with very thin walls. They have numerous tiny thin walled blood vessels in direct contact with them. Inhaled oxygen is able to diffuse into the capillaries from the alveoli while carbon dioxide from the blood diffuses in the opposite direction into the alveoli. Differences in partial pressure of oxygen creates a gradient that causes oxygen to move from the alveoli to the capillaries and into the tissues . Oxygen and carbon dioxide move independently of each other and diffuse down their own concentration gradients. During physical exercise or increased respiration, the body responds by increasing the breathing rate, thus maximising the rate of possible gaseous exchange.

• ## Question: What is formed when CO$_2$ combines with globin of reduced haemoglobin?

Posted in: Biology | Date: 15/01/2018

Carbaminohaemoglobin

• ## Question: What is the dissociation curve? Explain.

Posted in: Biology | Date: 15/01/2018

The oxygen–hemoglobin dissociation curve, also called the oxyhemoglobin dissociation curve or oxygen dissociation curve (ODC), is a curve that plots the proportion of hemoglobin in its saturated (oxygen-laden) form on the vertical axis against the prevailing oxygen tension on the horizontal axis.

• ## Question: Help me to give two symptoms of bad cold.

Posted in: Biology | Date: 15/01/2018

Runny nose, nasal congestion, sneezing and fever sometimes

• ## Question: What is pneumonia?

Posted in: Biology | Date: 15/01/2018

Pneumonia is an infection in one or both lungs. It can be caused by bacteria, viruses, or fungi. Bacterial pneumonia is the most common type in adults. Pneumonia causes inflammation in the air sacs in the lungs, which are called alveoli. The alveoli fill with fluid or pus, making it difficult to breathe.

• ## Question: Why does it become difficult to breathe at high altitudes?

Posted in: Biology | Date: 15/01/2018

When we breathe in air at sea level, the atmospheric pressure of about 14.7 pounds per square inch (1.04 kg. per cm.2) causes oxygen to easily pass through selectively permeable lung membranes into the blood. At high altitudes, the lower air pressure makes it more difficult for oxygen to enter our vascular systems.

• ## Question: The maximum number of molecules of oxygen which one molecule haemoglobin can car...

Posted in: Biology | Date: 15/01/2018

Each heme iron can bind one oxygen molecule so each hemoglobin molecule can bind a maximum of 4 oxygen molecules.

• ## Question: What is tidal volume?

Posted in: Biology | Date: 15/01/2018

The amount of air which enters the lungs during normal inhalation at rest. The average tidal volume is 500ml.

• ## Question: What is the quietest sound that can be heard?

Posted in: NEET | Date: 16/01/2018

The quietest sound a young human with undamaged hearing can detect at 1,000 Hz.

• ## Question: Can we polarize a sound wave? Please explain.

Posted in: Physics | Date: 16/01/2018

Sound waves are longitudinal. Only transverse waves can be polarized . Longitudinal waves cannot be polarised. Transverse: vibrations perpendicular to the direction of travel of the wave . Longitudinal: vibrations parallel to the direction of travel of the wave. Sound waves are longitudinal so they cannot be polarised.

• ## Question: How fast is sound per second?

Posted in: Physics | Date: 16/01/2018

Speed of sound is about 1,088 feet per second (332 meters per second), depending on air temperature.

• ## Question: The capacity of a cylindrical tank is 61.6 litres. If the height is 4 metres, wh...

Posted in: Mathematics | Date: 16/01/2018

As we know, capacity of cylindrical tank is essentially equal to its volume. Volume of a cylindrical tank = πr^2h Where, r = radius of the tank and h= height of the tank=4m(given) ∵ 1 litre = 1000 cm3 = 0.001 m^3 ∴ Capacity of cylindrical tank = 61.6 × 0.001 m^3 Substitute all values in the formula. We get value of radius, ⇒ r = 0.07 m Now, diameter = 2r ∴ Diameter = 2 × 0.07 = 0.14 m = 14 cm

• ## Question: What are the eight stages of the moon?

Posted in: Physics | Date: 16/01/2018

Eight separate phases are recognized during the lunar cycle- New Moon Waxing Crescent Moon First Quarter Moon Waxing Gibbous Moon Full Moon Waning Gibbous Moon. Third Quarter Moon Waning crescent

• ## Question: What is light and what is it made of?

Posted in: Physics | Date: 16/01/2018

Light is electromagnetic radiation that shows properties of both waves and particles. Light exists in tiny energy packets called photons. Each wave has a wavelength or frequency.

• ## Question: Why is light so important in our lives?

Posted in: Physics | Date: 16/01/2018

Light is Life. We cannot imagine our life without light. It is the most important factor that influenced the way life evolved on Earth. From photosynthesis, which is responsible for making food in plants to the beautiful world we see and to meeting our energy requirements, the Sun is pivotal to our life. The significance of light is seen in- 1. Food: Photosynthesis is a concept in biology wherein food is synthesized by use of light. Light is the sole source of food generation for all living organisms on the earth. Except for a few chemotrophic bacteria almost all living beings depend on light for their food and energy. 2. For Vitamin D synthesis: Vitamin-D is a type of vitamin which does need to supplied from external source. This is because it can be synthesized from ergosterol and cholesterol by irradiation with sunlight. 3. Vision: All animals, birds are able to see the objects around them due to presence of eyes. But without light these eyes might be absolutely of no us . Because of light, the eyes can receive the image of the objects and send the information to the brain. From this visual information we comprehend the objects. Hence we can notice that in darkness we could see nothing. So light makes us able to see objects around. 4. Colors: This whole world looks beautiful due to colors. But in darkness we see no colors. This is because all the colors in this world are possible only due to light. The light has many spectra. Each spectra has a color and these are broadly referred as VIBGYOR. 5. Maintenance of temperature: Light is a form of energy. And sunlight has huge energy by which the temperature on the earth is maintained. Due to this, the life exists on the earth. 6. Maintains Body clock or circadian rhythm : Everyday light keeps plants and animals ticking with time.There is a clock inside both plants and animals which keep them active during day and relaxed at night. This clock is controlled by light. 7. Drying and evaporation: Sunlight helps in drying of soil, forests, air and rocky surfaces due to its ability to heat up. Also it helps water evaporate from oceans and water ponds. 8. Sterilization: Light especially it ultra violet component is a good sterilizing agent.

• ## Question: What are the differences between larynx and pharynx?

Posted in: Biology | Date: 16/01/2018

Pharynx is a part of alimentary canal present at the back of buccal cavity. The pharynx is the common channel for food and air. When you swallow food, a flap-like valve called the epiglottis closes the windpipe. Epiglottis prevents the entry of food particles into respiratory tract. Larynx is the part of respiratory system which connects inferior part of pharynx with trachea. It holds vocal cords and is responsible in producing voice.It plays main role in the processes like swallowing and breathing. Larynx is a small voice box which connects the pharynx and the trachea (wind pipe).

• ## Question: Can the acid in your stomach dissolve metal? Please explain.

Posted in: Physics | Date: 16/01/2018

Stomach acid has a pH of 1 to 2. That means it is a strong acid indeed, although it is our "gastric juice" is a mixture of different secretions, not just acid. But surely, this pH is sufficient to dissolve the blade.

• ## Question: What chemical can dissolve gold?

Posted in: Physics | Date: 16/01/2018

Royal water or king's water is a mixture of nitric acid and hydrochloric acid, optimally in a molar ratio of 1:3. Aqua regia is a yellow-orange fuming liquid, so named by alchemists because it can dissolve the noble metals gold and platinum, though not all metals.

• ## Question: What happens when you put a non metal oxide in water?

Posted in: Physics | Date: 16/01/2018

They dissolve in water to for acid solution. Eg- acid rain.

• ## Question: What happens when metals react with bases?

Posted in: Physics | Date: 16/01/2018

Some metals react with a base to form salts and hydrogen gas. When aluminium metal is heated with sodium hydroxide solution,the sodium aluminate and hydrogen gas is formed. NaOH + Al ——-> NaAlO2 + H2 Zinc metal also react with sodium hydroxide solution to form hydrogen gas. All the metals do not react with bases to form salt and hydrogen.

• ## Question: What happens when Sulphuric acid reacts with zinc metal?

Posted in: Physics | Date: 16/01/2018

The zinc will react with sulphuric acid forming zinc sulphate dissolved in solution and releasing hydrogen gas.

• ## Question: What is the fastest metal to rust?

Posted in: Physics | Date: 16/01/2018

Iron is metal that rust fastest

• ## Question: What kind of metal don't rust?

Posted in: Physics | Date: 16/01/2018

Gold, silver and platinum are all pure metals that don't contain iron and, therefore, don't rust.

• ## Question: What happens when zinc reacts with hydrochloric acid?

Posted in: NEET | Date: 16/01/2018

The reaction between zinc and hydrochloric acid is Zn + HCl = H2 + ZnCl2. It is a single replacement reaction where zinc metal displaces the hydrogen to form hydrogen gas and zinc chloride, a salt. Zinc reacts quickly with the acid to form bubbles of hydrogen.

• ## Question: What gas is produced when hydrochloric acid and magnesium are mixed?

Posted in: Physics | Date: 16/01/2018

Magnesium reacts with hydrochloric acid according to the equation: Mg(s) + 2 HCl(aq) --> MgCl 2(aq) + H 2(g) This demonstration can be used to explain the generation of hydrogen gas.

• ## Question: What will come in place of the question mark (?) in the following number series?...

Posted in: Mathematics | Date: 16/01/2018

The pattern of given series is: 8 = 2^3 72=2^3+4^3 288=2^3+4^3+4^3 Continue the pattern Ans is 800

• ## Question: What will come in place of the question mark (?) in the following number series?...

Posted in: Mathematics | Date: 16/01/2018

The pattern of given series is: 8 = 2^3, 72=2^3+4^3, 288=2^3+4^3+4^3 Continue the pattern Ans is 800

• ## Question: What should come in place of the question mark (?) in the following number serie...

Posted in: UPSC Exam | Date: 16/01/2018

The above pattern can be evaluated as: → 7 → 7 × 5 = 35 → 35 × 6 = 210 Hence the next number following the pattern must be: → 210 × 5 = 1050 → 1050 × 6 = 6300 → 6300 × 5 = 31500 ∴ The required term in the given number series is 1050

• ## Question: What will happen when steam is passed over red hot iron?

Posted in: NEET | Date: 16/01/2018

Iron does not react with water in the ordinary temperature. It reacts only with steam. When steam is passed over red-hot iron, iron (II,III) oxide and hydrogen gas are formed.

• ## Question: How do metals react with steam?

Posted in: Physics | Date: 16/01/2018

Reaction with steam - products are metal oxide and hydrogen gas. Magnesium reacts rapidly with steam to form magnesium oxide and hydrogen . Mg + H2O → MgO + H2 Metals like aluminium, zinc, iron do not react with hot/cold water ; they react only with steam to form a metal oxide and hydrogen . 2Al + 3 H2O → Al2O3 + 3H2 Zn + H2O → ZnO + H2 3Fe + 4H2O → Fe2O3 + 4H2 Metals like lead, copper, silver and gold do not react with water or steam.

• ## Question: How does the light help us to see?

Posted in: Physics | Date: 16/01/2018

The visual ability of humans and other animals is the result of the complex interaction of light, eyes and brain. We are able to see because light from an object can move through space and reach our eyes. Once light reaches our eyes, signals are sent to our brain, and our brain deciphers the information in order to detect the appearance, location and movement of the objects we are sighting at. The whole process, as complex as it is, would not be possible if it were not for the presence of light. Without light, there would be no sight.

• ## Question: What is light and why is it important?

Posted in: NEET | Date: 16/01/2018

Light is defined as the electromagnetic radiation with wavelengths between 380 and 750 nm which is visible to the human eye. Importance - Light kick-starts food chains, both on land and in the sea. It acts as a catalyst during photosynthesis in plants, and it provides sustenance for the survival of plankton in the oceans. Both these forms of herbal life go on to provide nutrition to many species, including human beings. Light is the most important tool of guidance. Humans need light to see and go about daily activities. The invention of fire was man's attempt to substitute the light of the day while he fights the darkness of the night. Today, technological advancements allow people to exploit other beneficial uses of light such as solar power. The light from the sun is used to power many different devices around the world. The power of light also fuels human spirituality. Light has long been man's companion during times of meditation and prayer. Light is a means of communication. Beacons, lasers, reflective devices and flashlights of various types prove useful in the conveyance of messages. Light is part of daily life, and it is impossible to live without it.

• ## Question: How many grams of Spirulina should I take a day?

Posted in: Botany | Date: 18/01/2018

As a dietary supplement, the recommended minimum amount is three grams daily – one teaspoon of powder or six 500 mg tablets.

• ## Question: Is liquid chlorophyll good for losing weight?

Posted in: Botany | Date: 18/01/2018

Yes, chlorophyll may suppress the appetite, which contributes to weight loss by reducing the intake of food that could potentially be stored as fat.Add one teaspoon of liquid chlorophyll to 8 oz. of water twice a day for deodorizing, detoxing and blood boosting properties.

• ## Question: What are the inputs and outputs of respiration?

Posted in: Botany | Date: 18/01/2018

oxygen(input) carbon dioxide(output) Explanation: To be more specific, when you breathe in, you take in oxygen. Once this oxygen enters the lungs, it gets exchanged with carbondioxide at a cellular level. When you exhale (which is output) you breathe out the carbon dioxide. Then, the cycle repeats.

• ## Question: What are the inputs and outputs of glycolysis?

Posted in: Botany | Date: 18/01/2018

Inputs of Glycolysis glucose 2 ATP 2 NAD+ 4ADP + P Outputs of Glycolysis 2 pyruvates 4 ATP (2 net) 2 NADH + H+ 2 H20

• ## Question: What does the vacuole do in a cell?

Posted in: Botany | Date: 18/01/2018

Vacuoles are storage bubbles found in cells. They are found in both animal and plant cells but are much larger in plant cells. Vacuoles might store food or any variety of nutrients a cell might need to survive. They can even store waste products so the rest of the cell is protected from contamination.

• ## Question: What are the two main products of photosynthesis?

Posted in: Botany | Date: 18/01/2018

The two main products of photosynthesis are oxygen and sugar.

• ## Question: What part of the plant would have the most chloroplast?

Posted in: Botany | Date: 18/01/2018

Leaf because it's major part of plant where photosynthesis occurs.

• ## Question: What part of the plant would have the most chloroplast?

Posted in: Botany | Date: 18/01/2018

Leaf

• ## Question: What is the function of the vacuole in a cell?

Posted in: Botany | Date: 18/01/2018

Vacuoles are storage bubbles found in cells. They are found in both animal and plant cells but are much larger in plant cells. Vacuoles store food or any variety of nutrients a cell might need to survive. They can even store waste products so the rest of the cell is protected from contamination.

• ## Question: How does the chlorophyll use light energy?

Posted in: Botany | Date: 18/01/2018

A pigment is a compound that absorbs a particular wavelength of visible light. Chlorophyll is a green pigment contained in thylakoid membranes of chloroplasts that uses light in photosynthesis.

• ## Question: Where do we find the chlorophyll in the chloroplast?

Posted in: Botany | Date: 18/01/2018

Thallakoid membrane of the chloroplast.

• ## Question: What vegetables contain chlorophyll?

Posted in: Botany | Date: 18/01/2018

All the green vegetables

• ## Question: What are the reactants and the products of photosynthesis?

Posted in: Botany | Date: 18/01/2018

carbon dioxide and water are used with light energy to produce glucose sugar and oxygen gas.

• ## Question: What is the function of xanthophylls?

Posted in: Botany | Date: 18/01/2018

These are yellow pigments that give protection to the plant from excess sunlight.

• ## Question: What is the color of Xanthophyll?

Posted in: Botany | Date: 18/01/2018

Yellow

• ## Question: What does the Plastoquinone do?

Posted in: Biology | Date: 20/01/2018

The role that plastoquinone plays in photosynthesis, more specifically in the light-dependent reactions of photosynthesis, is that of a mobile electron carrier through the membrane of the thylakoid.

• ## Question: What vegetables contain chlorophyll?

Posted in: Biology | Date: 20/01/2018

Green leafy vegetables

• ## Question: What are the two main reactants of photosynthesis?

Posted in: Biology | Date: 20/01/2018

Carbon dioxide and water

• ## Question: What is the opposite of photosynthesis?

Posted in: Biology | Date: 20/01/2018

Respiration

• ## Question: What is the final end product of photosynthesis?

Posted in: Biology | Date: 20/01/2018

End products of light reactions are Oxygen, ATP and NADPH. End product of Dark reaction is Glucose which will be further converted into starch.

• ## Question: What are the reactants and the products of photosynthesis?

Posted in: Biology | Date: 20/01/2018

carbon dioxide and water are used with light energy to produce glucose sugar and oxygen gas.

• ## Question: What are the inputs and outputs of respiration?

Posted in: Biology | Date: 20/01/2018

Oxygen-input , carbon dioxide - output

• ## Question: How does chlorophyll help in photosynthesis?

Posted in: Biology | Date: 20/01/2018

Chlorophyll traps light energy from the sun, which is then used to combine carbon dioxide and water into sugars in the process of photosynthesis. Chlorophyll is vital for photosynthesis, which helps plants get energy from light

• ## Question: What are the inputs and outputs of the light reactions?

Posted in: Biology | Date: 20/01/2018

• ## Question: What is the function of the lysosome?

Posted in: Biology | Date: 20/01/2018

Lysosomes are organelles that contain digestive enzymes. They digest excess or worn out organelles, food particles, and engulfed viruses or bacteria.

• ## Question: What are the products of the photosynthesis?

Posted in: Biology | Date: 20/01/2018

Glucose and oxygen

• ## Question: What is chlorophyll and what is it used for?

Posted in: Biology | Date: 20/01/2018

Chlorophyll is a green pigment found in plants. Plants use chlorophyll and light to make food. Uses-Common sources of chlorophyll used for medicine include alfalfa (Medicago sativa) and silkworm droppings. Chlorophyll is used for bad breath and reducing colostomy odor.

• ## Question: What are some of the side effects of chlorophyll?

Posted in: Biology | Date: 20/01/2018

Side effects. There could be minor effects on the stomach/intestines, like nausea/vomiting from chlorophyll supplements.They seem to be fairly safe, though. Risks- Chlorophyll may make some people more likely to get a rash from the sun.

• ## Question: How many different types of chlorophyll are there?

Posted in: Biology | Date: 20/01/2018

There are five types: chlorophyll a is present in all photosynthetic organisms except bacteria; chlorophyll b, in plants and green algae; and chlorophylls c, d and e, in some algae.

• ## Question: Where is the chlorophyll found?

Posted in: Biology | Date: 20/01/2018

Chloroplast

• ## Question: What is the role of chlorophyll a and b?

Posted in: Biology | Date: 20/01/2018

Chl-a is the pigment that interacts directly in the light requiring reactions of photosynthesis. Chlorophyll b is an accessory pigment and acts indirectly in photosynthesis by transferring light it absorbs to Chl-a.

• ## Question: What is chlorophyll and chloroplast?

Posted in: Biology | Date: 20/01/2018

Chloroplast is an important plant cell structure and the site of photosynthesis, which converts energy from sunlight into food. The chloroplast contains chlorophyll within its thylakoids, which absorbs light energy and gives chloroplasts its green color

• ## Question: Is chlorophyll and chloroplast the same?

Posted in: Biology | Date: 20/01/2018

No. The chloroplast is an important plant cell structure and the site of photosynthesis, which converts energy from sunlight into food. The chloroplast contains chlorophyll within its thylakoids, which absorbs light energy and gives chloroplasts its green color.

• ## Question: Which of the followings are monoecious and dioecious organisms.

Posted in: Biology | Date: 20/01/2018

(a) Earthworm- Monoecious animal (b) Chara- Monoecious plant (c) Marcrtantia- Dioecious plant (d) Cockroach- Dioecious animal

• ## Question: What is the meaning of polychromatic light?

Posted in: Physics | Date: 21/01/2018

The term poly-chromatic means having several colors. It is used to describe light that exhibits more than one color, which also means that it contains radiation of more than one wavelength.

• ## Question: What is a monochromatic source of light?

Posted in: Physics | Date: 21/01/2018

Widely used monochromatic sources of radiation are lasers

• ## Question: Which metal is the best conductor of electricity?

Posted in: NEET | Date: 23/01/2018

Silver

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