DNA Code Construction

DNA Code construction is the method by which the coding theory is applied to design nucleic acids in DNA computation. DNA computing is the method by which the synthetic oligonucleotide strands are allowed to hybridize in such way as to perform computation. The most important thing required for DNA code construction is that the DNA strands should be hybridized in a manner so as to achieve the computation. The method of DNA computing was introduced by Leonard.M.Adelman.

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Respiration in Animals

The process by which cells oxidize food materials with the production of energy and release of carbon dioxide is referred to as respiration. Respiration may be Anaerobic or Aerobic. In Anaerobic (also called Fermentation) oxidation of food materials takes place without the utilization of oxygen.

Respiration in Animals

 

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Test Series

Starting the Test series in  Biology for Entrance Examinations and Competitive MCQ based examinations. First topic is Animal Nutrition. Try to answer the questions without using the key. Check with the key after the test .Study  the questions unanswered or wrongly answered.The test series are available in MCQ for Exams page

Test Series 1- nutrition

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Gastrointestinal(GI) Hormones

Enteroendocrine system regulates the digestive process through the secretion of gastrointestinal hormones. The lower part of the alimentary canal contains endocrine cells called Paracrine cells or Histocrine cells. These cells secrete Gut polypeptides or GI hormones.

Gastrointestinal hormones

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Human Digestive Glands

Digestive glands of man includes Salivary glands, Gastric glands, Intestinal glands, Liver and Pancreas.

Human Digestive glands

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Human Digestive System

Digestive system of man includes alimentary canal and associated glands. The total length of human alimentary canal is about 30 feet and has the regions like buccal cavity, oesophagus, stomach, small intestine and large intestine.

Digestive system of Man

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Malnutrition

Deficiency of one or more nutrients in the food for prolonged period leads to the appearance of diseases called malnutrition diseases.

Malnutrition

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