Schematic Diagram of Plant Cells

Schematic Diagram of Plant Cells

Hi Readers: Today we will discuss about the Schematic diagram of plant cells, which is very important so far the basic knowledge about the cell is concerned. A living cell is broadly categorized into the Cell wall (in case of plant) or Cell membrane (in case of animal) and Protoplasm. Protoplasm again categorized into cytoplasm and nucleus. The outer portion of cytoplasm is called ectoplasm and the inner part of the cytoplasm is called endoplasm. The nucleus is comprised of the following four important divisions. a) Nucleolus b) Chromatin reticulum or Nuclear reticulum c) Nuclear membrane d) Nucleoplasm To see more videos like this please click here The cytoplasm contains various types of materials, which are broadly categorized into Living inclusion and b) non living inclusions Under living inclusion we do see the following items: a) Mitochondria b) Plastids. These two are called transducers because here energy conversion takes place and they are bounded by double layer membranes. c) Endoplasmic Reticulum d) Golgi bodies e) Lysosomes.  These are called GERL and are single layered membranes. f) Ribosomes. These naked...
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Cellular Structures and Functions

Cellular Structures and Functions

Hello Readers: Today we are going to discuss a bit about some very basic things about the cell, mostly Cellular Structures and Functions So without wasting much time, let us dive into the basics of Cellular Structures and Functions which one should know before going into the details.  These information about the cell are the early history of a cell, which is really very interesting.  Let us now check out those facts below.  Why a Cell is called Structural and Functional Unit of life? Ans.  As a single brick of an entire building is a structural unit of that building similarly a Cell is also a structural unit of an entire organism hence a cell is called as a structural unit of life. A multicellular organism can perform the following physiological activities Photosynthesis Respiration Nutrition Excretion Locomotion and Movement Growth and Reproduction Similarly, a single cell like Amoeba can also perform the above mentioned physiological activities.  Since a cell has got power to perform all...
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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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