By P.S. Verma
Multicolour Illustrative variation desk of Contents phone Biology: advent, options in telephone Biology telephone Cytoplasmic Matrix Plasma Membrane and mobile Wall Endoplasmic Reticulum Cytoskeleton:Microtubuies, Microfilaments and Intermediate Filaments Centrioles and Basal our bodies Cilia and Flagella phone progress and good department replica video game to genesis Fertilization Parthenogenesis development Genetics: creation Genetical Terminology Mendel and his paintings Genetic interplay and deadly Genes Quantitative Genetics Inbreeding, Outbreeding and Hybrid vigor Molecular Biology: advent lIdentification of the Genetic fabrics Chemical Nature of Genetic fabrics Replication of DNA - Non-genetic Ribonucleic Acid and Transcription Genetic Code Protein Synthesis legislation of Gene motion Genetic Engineering, Immunology Genetic Recombination and Gene move - Evolution: advent - Deyeloprnent of the assumption of natural Evolutio four. surroundings: constitution and serve as Biogeochemical Cycles, Aquatic Ecosystems: Freshwater groups, Estuaries and Marine groups Terrestrial Ecosystems pollutants Ecology and Human Welfare Wild existence administration Biogeography, variations Indices
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Phase contrast microscopy and interference microscopy have been used to study the living cells. The ultrastructure of a cellular membrane could be observed by the techniques of freeze-fracturing and freeze-etching. , have provided new opportunities to cell biologists to investigate minute details of cell and its components. Due to the employment of various improved ultratechniques in the study of the cells, the validity of the cell theory and protoplasm theory has become vague. Therefore, presently, both of these theories have been replaced by another new theory called organismal theory.
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Discovered artificial parthenogenesis. Introduced the term plasmodesmata. Showed that homologous chromosomes undergo pairing or synapsis during the reduction division. Got Nobel Prize for his pioneering studies of the proteins. Discovered the enzymes and got Nobel Prize for it. Demonstrated the presence of mitochondria in plant cells. Coined the term meiosis for the reduction and cell division. Buchner F. R. G. Harrison Invented column chromatography. Got Nobel Prize for their contributions regarding the structure of nerve cells.
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