Interesting facts about Human body

Hi viewers: In this blog we will be discussing about some Interesting facts about Human body, which  are very important in your walk of life, as well as, in your examinations. Number of bones - 206 Number of muscles - 639 Number of kidneys - 2 Number of milk teeth - 20 Number of ribs - 24 (12 pairs) Number of chambers in the heart - 4 Largest artery - Aorta Normal Blood pressure - 120 - 80 Ph of blood - 7.4 Number of vertebrae in the spine - 33 Number of vertebrae in the Neck - 7 No of bones in middle Ear - 6 Number of bones in Face - 14 Number of bones in Skull - 22 Number of bones in Chest - 25 Number of bones in Arms - 6 Number of bones in each human ear - 3 Number of muscles in the human arm - 72 Number of pumps in heart - 2 Largest organ - Skin Largest gland - Liver Smallest cell - Blood cell Biggest cell - Egg cell (ovum) Smallest bone - Stapes Longest bone -...
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Interesting Q and A on Tissues

Interesting Q and A on Tissues

Hi viewwers: In this blog we will discuss 25 Interesting Q and A on Tissues, which are very interesting so far your examinations is concerned.  So lets us get started without doing much a do. Definition of tissue:  It is an organized mass of cells of similar structure, functions and origin.   Q1.  Who is the founder of histology, as a separate branch of biology?   Q2.  Group of cells morphologically similar and physiologically identical is known as …….........   Q3.  Name the tissue, which connects the bones.   Q4.  Name the tissue, which connects bones and muscles.   Q5.  Which tissue is branched in nature?   Q6.  Which tissue has intercalated disc?   Q7.  Name one tissue, which is multi nucleated.   Q8.  Where squamous epithelial tissue is found?   Q9.  Where ciliated epithelial tissue is found?   Q10.  Where the cuboidal epithelial tissue is found?   Q11.  What is the alternative name of squamous epithelial tissue?   Q12.  Name a cell of our body that can be over a foot long   Q13.  Why blood is called a liquid connective tissue?   Q14.  Cartilage is produced by __________   Q15. ...
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Interesting Questions and Answer on Cell – Class 8

Interesting Questions and Answer on Cell – Class 8

  Hi Readers: Today we will discuss some interesting question and answer regarding Cells.  This questions are very important as far as board examinations and competitive examinations are concerned.  Please check out the questions and its answers and please feel free to ask where ever you get stuck.  So let us start with the following:  ...........................   Q1)  Name one single cellular Eukaryotic plant A) Chlamydomonas Q2)  Name one single cellular Eukaryotic plant but in nature it is found as colony A) Volvox Q3)  Name one single cellular Prokaryotic plant A) Bacteria Q4)  Name one single cellular Eukaryotic animal A) Amoeba Q5)  Name one Smallest cell A) Mycoplasma Q6)   Name one largest plant cell A) Sclerenchyma fibre Q7)  Name one largest animal cell A) An ostrich egg Q8)  Name the largest cell in human A) A Nerve cell Q9)  Name a smallest cell in human A) Sperm cell Q10)  Name one plant cell which is devoid of nucleus A) Matured Sieve Tube Q11)  Name one animal cell which is devoid of nucleus A) Matured RBC (exception: blood of camel) Q12) Who first discovered dead cell? A) Robert...
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Plans & Objectives of Science Teaching

Plans & Objectives of Science Teaching

Hi Readers: This is PpG in the blog To check out details about us, please click onto the link here Let us discuss our plans and objectives of creating this Blog:  SCIENCE RECKONER and start exploring the World of Science.   In plans we would like to apprise ........... Firstly, we would discuss on biology starting from the scratch. Precisely, we will harp on the very basic fundamental knowledge of science subjects, which would help you to grow the interest on Science. And until and unless the interest is grown, you will not feel like studying Science at all. So it is the first and foremost duty of a teacher is to create an interest among the students. Our job is to open the gate for you all and the rest you will have to explore out on your own. We think that this would be the perfect approach to make Science more interesting. We will try our level best to make this website highly interactive where we will follow the stimulus...
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