Beauty of the mind

  Beauty...When you hear the word beauty what is the first thing that comes to your mind...a person, a scene, a song ,a poem, a moment , a feeling. This little word has its own Role-play in this world, a small word and so much of a diversified...

Flowers are magic- Planting is fun

  Flowers are magicalMonsoon is the best season for replacing artificial flowers with real flowers and gives your house a real ‘sweet home’ look. Real flowers are real and give you a different level of satisfaction and the fresh nice smell is...

Classification of plants

  On this earth the plants are classified in to differenet classes. Carolus Linnaeus, a biologist classified plants based on their reproductive organs. Classification of plants: Plants are basically classified by their flowers. They are...

Health in Monsoon

  Food to be taken in Monsoon In Monsoon, our digestion system can become Subdued. This means that we should take that kind of which is easily digested. In this season, the hot food is more favorable. Cold food, Stale food, fried food, and the...

Monsoon brings Thoughts

  Monsoon creates such an atmosphere, that our feeling towards it, goes on and on and we feel very much attracted to it. The poet just waits for this season, so that with their creativity they can put another chapter in their poem. Rain forces us...

Effects of deforestation on the environment:

  Deforestation is defined as cutting of trees and plants without planting new ones in place of them. As we all know tress and plants are helpful in keeping our environment clean as they absorb carbon dioxide and exhale oxygen resulting in...

Asexual reproduction

  Organisms reproduce by two methods. They are asexual reproduction and sexual reproduction and sexual reproduction. In asexual reproduction a new individual is formed without the fusion of male and female gametes. Asexual reproduction is of three...

Layers present in Atmosphere

  In this article we are going to learn about the different types of layers in atmosphere. Troposphere: It is the atmospheric layer between the earth's surface and an altitude of 8 km at the poles and 18 km at the equator. The thickness is...

Components of Atomoshere

  The atmosphere is a mixture of many gases. In addition, it contains huge numbers of solid and liquid particles, collectively called "Aerosols". Some of the gases may be regarded as permanent atmospheric components which remain in fixed...

Our Oceans

Oceans are the worlds biggest water bodies after sea, rivers and lakes. They cover 70% area of our planet. They regulate the temperature of our planet They bring in rains They are a source of food and They are a home to many wild life...

Abiotic Environment

  Physical components like light, heat from sun, air, water and soil etc constitute Abiotic Environment. Soil and land region of earth is known as Lithosphere, Water regions of earth is known as Hydrosphere and gases in the air is known as...

Hardness of Water

  Water and soap are used for washing and bathing. Usually when the soap is dissolved in water it gives lather. But water drawn from some wells contain chlorides, sulphates and bicarbonates of calcium and magnesium. Water containing bicarbonates...

Coastline

  The boundary between the coast and the shore is known as the coastline it marks the seaward limit of the coast. The outline of the coast may be modified by sea waves. According to D.W. Johnson, coastlines can be divided into the following...

Rock forming minerals

  Rocks are the main constituent of the earth's crust. A rock may be defined as any mass of natural deposit present in the solid mass of the earth's crust. Most rocks are made of aggregates of minerals. These minerals are specifically referred to...

Earth quake

  Earthquake is a phenomenon generally considered in the context of volcanic activity. An earthquake is the shaking or trembling of the earth, caused by the sudden movement of apart of the earth's crust. Causes of earth quakes: The chief cause of...

Macro Photography

Macro Photography is an art of taking a close-up photograph of a very small subject. This technique of photography results into a magnified image of a selected small subject. Professionally this type of photography requires a set of good quality...

Sources of Light

  Light is the most important source to see any object. We need light this is a part of our daily life. We may have a keen sight and the object we want to see may be big. But we can see it in light only. To make objects visible to us we need a...

Sound Pollution

  If an object vibrated sound is produced. If this is in pleasant to hear that is called music and we will pay attention to it. All the sounds are not pleasant to hear they are called noises. These noises pollute the peaceful and quiet atmosphere...

Matter

We use different things in our daily life. Matter is present in different forms like car, Cycle, Table, Stones, Pebbles, Ball etc in our daily life. All these objects have different shapes, colours and uses. All the above objects are made up of...

Cleaner organism at marine water

  Mutualism is a type of relationship that exists between two organisms such that both the organisms benefit from the relationship. One of the most amazing case of mutualism that exists in nature is that of cleaner fish and other bigger fish. What...

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