Mitochondria are known as the powerhouse of the cell. Do Prokaryotes Have Mitochondria? But if prokaryotic cells don’t have them, how do they manage to obtain energy and survive? Find answers here.
Chromosomes are structures known to contain the genetic material in living organisms. But what is the Chromosome Theory of Inheritance? Learn it all here.
Here are the world’s top 15 most infectious and deadliest bacterial diseases/infections that even some of the strongest present-day antibiotics can’t kill.
Parenchyma cells serve as the foundation of the ground tissue system in plants. Let's explore these cells’ structure, distribution, and functions here.
Chromosomes are structures that bear DNA but what is a homologous chromosome & how they behave inside the cell during Mitosis, Meiosis & Non-Disjunction processes.
Nucleotides are the building blocks of the nucleic acids namely DNA and RNA. Explore these building blocks, their structures, functions, and biological importance.
Among living organisms, two types of cell divisions exist: mitosis and meiosis. Explore several major differences between these two processes.
In genetics, the terms 'chromosome' and 'chromatid' are often confused with each other. In this article, learn how to differentiate the two closely-related structures.
More than just its seemingly empty bubble-like structure, the central vacuole in fact plays essential functions in plants. In this post, explore its discovery, structures and functions in detail.
Differences between diffusion and osmosis: Explore the 2 types of transport mechanisms in biological membranes that seem to be almost interchangeable.