Select Board & Class
what is the full form of PPLO
what is difference between protoplast & protoplasm?
Ribosomes are called protein factory of the cell why?
Shape and size of a cell is related to its function. Justify the statement with an example.
what is quasi-fluid nature of lipids? plz explain........
name of organisms that have more than one nucleus per cell
what is the differance between the primary and secondary lysosomes
describe the structure of mitochondria
which is the smallest cell of human body?
briefly explain fluid mosaic model.
how come ribosomes made up of 50S and 30S be equal to 70S?? pls answer in simple words.. as i am poor in understanding.. :( and wat is S here... ?
what are bulliform cells?what are their functions?
explain cell envelope
differentiate between diffusion , osmosis , plasmolysis , deplasmolysis , endocytosis and exocytosis. What is the significance of each in day to day life?
why is cellulose considered as a homopolymer?
what is difference between cytosol, cytoplasm, protoplasm and protoplast?????????
daigram for centrosome and centriole?
What is the difference between pili and fimbriae???
describe the structure of nucleus with the help of labeled diagram
Two animal cell are interconnected by
1) plasmodesmata or desmosomes
what is semi fluid matrix....??
living state and metabolism are synonymous. comment.
pls show hub , spoke . centrioles & overview of centrosome.
otherwise, it is too difficult 2 understand . pls.........
The acrosome of sperm is derived from
difference between chromatin and chromosome
In a typical prokaryotic cell, explain the structure 7 function of following:
1) plasma membrane
Why is karyotype done at metaphase?
what are inclusion bodies?
what are cyanophycean granules??
Why is plasma membrane described as "protein iceberg in sea of lipids"?
the size of molecule which can pass through plasma membrane
a) 4-15 angstrom
b) 25-80 angstrom
c) 8-10 angstrom
d) 10-35 angstrom
explain the m phase
what are histone & non histone proteins ?
Respiratory enzymes in bacteria are stored in -
(a) Mesosomes (b)Plasma Membrane (c)Cell Wall (d)all of the above
which ion holds the ribosomal subunits together/
what are the functions of plasma membrane?
what are the advantages of multicelluler organisms ???for 3 marks ..........
what are galactans and mannans?
diagram of structure of nucleus?
plzzz.... give full name of mRNA, tRNA & rRNA....
what is bology
What is cell sap?
what is agar,agar-agar and agarose?
'The organisation of the prokaryotic cell is fundamentally similar eventhough prokaryotes exhibit a wide variety of shapes and functions'explain
what is luminal and extra luminal compartment in cell
What is the difference between desmosomes and plasmodesmata?
why can plant cells withstand much greater changes in the surrinding medium than animal cells?
what is PPLO?
explain-' axoneme possesses a number of microtubules running parallel to the long axis,
mention two name of autonomous organelle in cell
What is the difference between gram positive and gram negative cells?
differentite between centriole and cilia structure
what are central and peripheral mesosomes??
Difference between the terms: 'acellular' and ' unicellular '
explain cell is actually a misnomer
what is mesosome in prokaryotic cell? mention the function that it performs.
please give points on fluid mosaic model !
what is polysome?
why Leptotene stage is also called BOUQUET stage.?
what are F0 - F1 particles ? where do u find it?
structure of prokaryotic cell??
which organelle is responsible for increasing the surface area of absorption?
enlist any five different processes of our daily life showing exosmosis.
WHAT ARE TRANSOSOMES?
name the various types of vacuoles found in cells along with their functions?
Copyright © 2019 Applect Learning Systems Pvt. Ltd. All rights reserved.
E.g: 9876543210, 01112345678
We will give you a call shortly, Thank You
Office hours: 9:00 am to 9:00 pm IST (7 days a week)