• Microbe

    During its formation bread, becomes porous due to release of CO2 by the action of:

    The Baker’s yeast or the Saccharomyces cerevisiae is the common strain of yeast used in the bakery industry for baking bread and other bakery products. Baker’s yeast serves as a leavening agent. The yeast ferments [...]
  • Botany

    Bryophytes lack true:

    Bryophytes are groups of non-vascular land plants. Bryophytes comprise three groups of plants i.e. liverworts, hornworts, and mosses. Bryophytes are nonflowering plants and do not produce flowers or seeds. Reproduction in Bryophytes occurs through enclosed reproductive structures called gametangia and sporangia. [...]
  • Cell Bio

    Adjacent epithelial cells are held together by, means of

    An epithelial cell attach to its adjacent epithelial cell by Desmosomes. Desmosomes are intercellular junctions found in epithelial as well as cardiac muscle cells and provide strong adhesion between two adjacent cells. Desmosomes are also [...]
  • Zoology

    Which one of the following poultry birds is not an English breed?

    The Minorca is a breed of chicken (Gallus gallus domesticus) found on the island of Menorca. The island is present in the Mediterranean sea, southeast of Spain. The breed is also known as Gallina de Menorca or Menorquina (Spanish). The Minorca is a breed [...]
  • Genetics

    Who is considered as the father of experimental genetics?

    American geneticist Thomas Hunt Morgan (1866 – 1945) is regarded as the father of experimental genetics. Morgan was awarded Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1933 for discovering the role of chromosomes in heredity. He performed genetic experiments on Fruit [...]



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