Archive for October, 2012

Themes of Biology

October 29, 2012

Biology is a science which deals with the study of life, different scientists, diseases, organisms and many aspects of living organisms. The term biology is derived from the Greek word–“bio” meaning life and “logy” meaning study. The study of life is called biology. Biology also deals with different interesting aspects on planet earth. In...
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Use of Personification and Hyperbole in Creative Writing

October 29, 2012
Use of Personification and Hyperbole in Creative Writing

If you watch a young child at play, you will find her/him talking to inanimate objects and giving life to them. A stone might turn into a dragon and a flower might become a fairy. The seeds of imagination and creativity can be encouraged to flower as the child grows up by introducing him/her...
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Do your Bit for the Environment by Minimizing the Use of Plastics

October 26, 2012
Do your Bit for the Environment by Minimizing the Use of Plastics

Plastics have become a part and parcel of our lives. Look around you. Do you see a plastic bottle or a plastic bag? Why do we use plastics? Just think about it for a few minutes. Yes, they are water proof and convenient to use. The bags can be easily folded. They are very...
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Participate in Debates to Give Wings to Your Opinions

October 23, 2012
Participate in Debates to Give Wings to Your Opinions

Do you strongly believe in a cause and want to persuade a group of people to follow a course emanating from your viewpoint? How do you prove your point without getting into a shouting match? Debates are an organized way to discuss for or against a viewpoint without getting into the bitterness and verbal...
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Mitochondria-The Powerhouse of the Cell

October 22, 2012

Mitochondria refer to the organelles that convert energy to useable forms which are used by the cell to perform their cellular functions. They are double membraned, semi-autonomous organelles. These organelles play a vital role in generating and transforming energy. Albert von Kolliker was the first scientist who recognized the structure of the mitochondria in...
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