Zoology
  • Animal Husbandry November 24, 2015

    Animal husbandry is the forming or management of animal livestock which includes various aspects such as animal’s shelter, feeding, breeding, health and disease control. Animal breeding A group of animals related by descent and similar in most ...

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  • Disorders of neural system November 23, 2015

    Multiple sclerosis is an autoimmune disorder where there is a progressive destruction of the myelin sheath of the neurons in the central neural system. The destroyed region of the myelin sheath forms scar tissue or plaques. Every ...

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  • AIIMS AIPMT JIPMER MCAT - November 23, 2015

    1. A touch on the right hand stimulates neurons in the (a) left somatic sensory area (b) left occipital lobe (c) right somatic sensory area (d) right occipital lobe. 2. Tree of life is (a) branchial tree (b) lymphatic ...

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  • Reflex Action November 23, 2015

    A reflex is a fast, unpremeditated, automatic response to the changes in the environment. It is a homeostatic mechanism. A reflex that involves the brain as the integrating centre is called a cranial reflex while that ...

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  • Helminthic Diseases September 5, 2015

    Helminths are animals that belong to the phyla Platyhelminthes and Nematoda (Nemathel- minthes). Many parasitic forms of this group, popularly known as parasitic worms, are endoparasites of gut and blood in human body and cause various diseases ...

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  • AIIMS AIPMT PMT Special Neural March 28, 2015

    • Neural tissue exert the greatest control over the body’s responsiveness to changing conditions. • It generally develops from the ectoderm but microgliocytes (glial cell type) arise from the mesoderm of the embryo. • The special properties of ...

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