REPRODUCTION IN ANIMALS

REPRODUCTION IN ANIMALS | TYPES OF REPRODUCTION

What is Reproduction in Animals? Reproduction is the ability to produce new individuals of ones own kind or reproduction is the biological process which leads to the production of the new individuals. Let’s discuss in detail reproduction in animals are as under; TYPES OF REPRODUCTION IN ANIMALS There are two types of reproduction in animals:…

HUMAN NERVOUS SYSTEM

HUMAN NERVOUS SYSTEM | NERVOUS SYSTEM PARTS AND FUNCTIONS

What is Human Nervous System? The Human Nervous System is a type of centralized nervous system’, which includes various parts i.e Central Nervous System and Peripheral Nervous System. Let’s discuss in detail various parts of nervous System are as under; PARTS AND FUNCTIONS OF HUMAN NERVOUS SYSTEM The Human nervous system consists of two parts. Central…

NERVOUS SYSTEM

NERVOUS SYSTEM | ELEMENTS OF NERVOUS SYSTEM

What is Nervous System? The System engage specialized cells or neurons linked together directly or via the central nervous system, to outline network that attach the cell or organ’ which receive stimuli (receptors) and those which carry out actions or responses (effectors). The neuron has the capacity to produce and carry out impulses which pass…

LOCOMOTION

LOCOMOTION | LOCOMOTION IN INVERTEBRATES AND VERTEBRATES

What is locomotion in Protoctista and invertebrates and vertebrates?There are varieties of organisms which have evolved different modes of locomotion. Let’s discuss in detail locomotion in Protoctista and invertebrates  are as under; LOCOMOTION IN PROTOCTISTA AND INVERTEBRATES LOCOMOTION IN EUGLENA Euglena moves with the help of flagellum. As the flagellum is whipped backward the organism moves…

MUSCLES

WHAT ARE MUSCLES | DIFFERENT TYPES OF MUSCLES

What are Muscles? Many multicellular animals have evolved specialized cells for movement. These cells contain numerous filaments of special proteins, action, and myosin. let’s discuss in detail various types of muscles are as under; TYPES OF MUSCLES The vertebrates possess three types of muscle cells. Smooth muscles Cardiac muscles Skeletal muscles. SMOOTH MUSCLES Smooth muscles…

WHAT ARE JOINTS

WHAT ARE JOINTS | CLASSIFICATION OF JOINTS

What are Joints? Joints occur where bones meet. They not only hold together but also give it the mobility to the skeleton. Joints are classified either on the basis of the amount of movement or on the basis of structure. Let’s discuss in detail what are joints and classification of joints are as under; CLASSIFICATION OF JOINTS…

HUMAN SKELETON

HUMAN SKELETON | VARIOUS PARTS OF HUMAN SKELETON

What is Human Skeleton? As we know that Human skeleton is a tough and rigid framework of the body which includes a skull, vertebrae, ribs, sternum, pectoral girdle and appendages (forelimbs), and pelvic girdle and appendages (hind limbs). Let’s discuss in detail various parts of the human skeleton are as under; PARTS OF HUMAN SKELETON           …

SKELETON

WHAT IS SKELETON | DEFINITION | TYPES OF SKELETON SYSTEM 

What is Skeleton? The skeleton is a tough and rigid framework of the body of animals which provides protection, shape and support to the body organs. It is composed of inorganic or organic substances or both, In protozoa, it is secreted by a single cell, whereas in multicellular animals, it comprises by specialized cells. TYPES OF…

THERMOREGULATION IN HUMAN

THERMOREGULATION IN HUMAN | REGULATORY STRATEGIES

What is thermoregulation in human? As we know that thermoregulation refers to control systems operate in organisms to cope with environmental stresses including temperature extremes. Lets discuss in detail thermoregulation in human are as under; REGULATORY STRATEGIES | THERMOREGULATION IN HUMAN Endothermic to maintain high temperature: Mammals including human maintain their high body temperature within a…

THERMOREGULATION

WHAT IS THERMOREGULATION | THERMOREGULATION IN PLANTS AND ANIMALS

What is thermoregulation? Control systems operate in organisms to cope with environmental stresses including temperature extremes. Let’s discuss in detail thermoregulation in plants and animals are as under; THERMOREGULATION IN PLANTS   Adaptations to high temperature Damages of high temperature: High temperature denatures the enzymes and damages the metabolism therefore harms or kills the plants….