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What is a median in math?

What is a median in math? The median is the middle number in a sorted, ascending or descending, list of numbers and can be more descriptive of that data set than the average. Median is the middle number in a sorted list of numbers. To determine the median value in a sequence of numbers, the numbers must first be sorted, or arranged, in value order from lowest to highest or highest to lowest. If there is an odd amount of numbers, the median value is the number that is in the middle, with the same amount of numbers below and above. If there is an even amount of numbers in the list, the middle pair must be determined, added together, and divided by two to find the median value. The median is sometimes used as opposed to the mean when there are outliers in the sequence that might skew the average of the values.  You may like What is manifesting? What is electric Charge? What is Binary? What is physics? What is pH scale? What is quantum mechanics?

How do the organisms under Animalia Kingdom reproduce?

How do the organisms under the Animalia Kingdom reproduce? They breed through sexual reproduction. A haploid gamete is produced from the reproductive organs of mature and diploid males and females. Embryonic layers are developed in embryonic development. You may like to read What is the binomial name of Jackfruit? What is the binomial name of Jute? What is the binomial name of Mango? What is the binomial name of Rice ? What is binomial nomenclature?

What do you mean by binomial nomenclature?

What do you mean by binomial nomenclature? The scientific name of an organism is constituted of two parts. The first part of the name denotes the genus to which the species belongs; the second part identifies the species within the genus. The scientific name of potato is Solanum tuberosum , for example. The word solanum and tuberosum denote the genus and species name of potato respectively. You may like to read What is the binomial name of Jackfruit? What is the binomial name of Jute? What is the binomial name of Mango? What is the binomial name of Rice What is binomial nomenclature?

Which branch of biology does genetics belong to? Explain.

Which branch of biology does genetics belong to? Explain. Genetics is dealt with under the branch of physical biology. Genetics is the branch of biology that deals with theoretical knowledge of genes and heredity. Since it does not deal with the application of the subject, so it is considered under the branch of physical biology. You may like to read Which branch of biology does genetics belong to? Explain. Branches of Biology What is Genetics? What is locus?

Why is genetics called the physical branch of biology?

Why is genetics called the physical branch of biology? Genetics Discusses the theoretical parts of Biology which are the main characteristics of the physical branch of Biology. You may like to read Which branch of biology does genetics belong to? Explain. Branches of Biology What is Genetics?

Kingdom Animalia

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Kingdom Animalia Characteristics: They are eukaryotic and multicellular animals. Their cells do not have nonliving cell walls, plastids, or vacuoles in them. As there are no plastids cells, they are heterotrophs, and so they depend on other organisms for their food. After ingestion, they digest their food. They have advanced and complex tissue systems. Sexual reproduction is their usual way of reproduction. Haploid gametes are usually produced in the reproductive organs of mature and diploid males and females. Embryonic layers are developed at the time of their embryonic development. Examples: The entire invertebrate and vertebrate animals except for protozoan. Thomas Cavlier-Smith from Oxford University divided the kingdom Protista of the living world into two groups, protozoa and chromista, and renamed the kingdom Monera as the Kingdom of Bacteria in 2004. In this way, he grouped the living world into six kingdoms.  You may like What do you mean by hierarchy? Why blue green

Branches of Biology

Branches of Biology When we look around us, we see two types of living things - plants and animals. Based on this, for a long time, biology was divided into two branches - Botany and Zoology. However, the field of biology has expanded so much that it is not enough to confine its study to these two branches only. There are many living beings that are neither plants nor animals, such as bacteria, fungi. The classification is not appropriate when analyzing common characteristics of animals, plants, bacteria, fungi, viruses, etc. So now also biology has been classified into many branches. Considering its aspect, there are also two other divisions of biology - Physical Biology and Applied Biology. Physical Biology In the field of Physical Biology, theoretical concepts are usually discussed. The following subjects are the general fields of its concern. Morphology: This deals with the form and structure of organisms. It is usually divided into two branches - external and internal morpholog

Concept of Biology

Concept of Biology In nature, we generally find two types of objects: non-living things and living organisms. The characteristics of non-living things are usually discussed in Physics and Chemistry. Biology is the branch of scientific knowledge concerning the life and characteristics of organisms.  But it is really difficult to find the very faint line of difference between living and non-living. In fact, physics and chemistry embody the principles of fundamentals of life, even non-living.  So, in order to understand living organisms, it is necessary to know about the physical sciences i.e. physics and chemistry. But it is wrong to think that it is not necessary to study biology if we have knowledge of physical sciences. Rather, life may be considered a complex combination of many non-living things in which some new characteristics occur. For example, the properties of water do not resemble that of hydrogen and oxygen, though it is made up of these two elements. So, although living

What do you understand by phosphorylation?

What do you understand by phosphorylation? When one or more phosphorus / phosphoric acid forms a bond with adenosine generated from a nitrogenous base and a pentose sugar- Adenosine Monophosphate, Diphosphate, Triphosphate are created. Usually, this phosphate addition reaction does not require external energy input and is widely known as phosphorylation. You May Like What is zoom? Affect vs Effect What do you understand by phosphorylation? What do you understand by anaerobic respiration? What is fein? What is FEIN? What is EIN? What is a blue alert? What is ready made software? What is perm press wash?

What do you understand by anaerobic respiration?

What do you understand by anaerobic respiration? The respiration which occurs in absence of oxygen is called anaerobic respiration. In anaerobic respiration, respiratory substances being partially oxidized with the help of enzymes, produce different types of organic compounds (ethyl alcohol, lactic acid, etc), CO2 and a small amount of energy. Only in some microorganisms such as bacteria, yeast, etc. anaerobic respiration occurs. You May Like What is zoom? Affect vs Effect What do you understand by phosphorylation? What do you understand by anaerobic respiration? What is fein? What is FEIN? What is EIN? What is a blue alert? What is ready made software? What is perm press wash?

Biotechnology

  Biology Chapter - 14: Biotechnology 👉   All Chapter Contents   👈   14.1  Biotechnology 14.2  Tissue Culture 14.3  Genetic engineering Question Bank 14.1  Biotechnology 14.2  Tissue Culture 14.3  Genetic engineering Secondary Biology Chapter - 1 :  Lessons on Life Chapter - 2 :  Cells and Tissues of Organisms Chapter - 3 :  Cell Divison Chapter - 4 :  Bioenergetics Chapter - 5 :  Food, Nutrition and Digestion Chapter - 6 :  Transport in Organisms Chapter - 7 :  Exchange of Gases Chapter - 8 :  Excretory System Chapter - 9 :  Firmness and Locomotion Chapter - 10 :  Co-ordination Chapter - 11 :  Reproduction in Organism Chapter - 12 :  Heredity in Organisms and Evolution Chapter - 13 :  Environment of Life Chapter - 14 :  Biotechnology

Environment of Life

  Biology Chapter - 13: Environment of Life 👉   All Chapter Contents   👈   13.1  Ecosystem 13.2  Ecosystem of a pond 13.3  Food Chain 13.4  Food Web 13.5  Biodiversity 13.6  Significance and method of conserving Environment Question Bank 13.1  Ecosystem 13.2  Ecosystem of a pond 13.3  Food Chain 13.4  Food Web 13.5  Biodiversity 13.6  Significance and method of conserving Environment Secondary Biology Chapter - 1 :  Lessons on Life Chapter - 2 :  Cells and Tissues of Organisms Chapter - 3 :  Cell Divison Chapter - 4 :  Bioenergetics Chapter - 5 :  Food, Nutrition and Digestion Chapter - 6 :  Transport in Organisms Chapter - 7 :  Exchange of Gases Chapter - 8 :  Excretory System Chapter - 9 :  Firmness and Locomotion Chapter - 10 :  Co-ordination Chapter - 11 :  Reproduction in Organism Chapter - 12 :  Heredity in Organisms and Evolution Chapter - 13 :  Environment of Life Chapter - 14 :  Biotechnology

Heredity in Organisms and Evolution

  Biology Chapter - 12: Heredity in Organisms and Evolution 👉   All Chapter Contents   👈   12.1  Heredity in organism 12.2  Determination of human sex 12.3  Genetic disorder 12.4  Theories on evolution of organisms Question Bank 12.1  Heredity in organism 12.2  Determination of human sex 12.3  Genetic disorder 12.4  Theories on evolution of organisms Secondary Biology Chapter - 1 :  Lessons on Life Chapter - 2 :  Cells and Tissues of Organisms Chapter - 3 :  Cell Divison Chapter - 4 :  Bioenergetics Chapter - 5 :  Food, Nutrition and Digestion Chapter - 6 :  Transport in Organisms Chapter - 7 :  Exchange of Gases Chapter - 8 :  Excretory System Chapter - 9 :  Firmness and Locomotion Chapter - 10 :  Co-ordination Chapter - 11 :  Reproduction in Organism Chapter - 12 :  Heredity in Organisms and Evolution Chapter - 13 :  Environment of Life Chapter - 14 :  Biotechnology

Reproduction in Organism

  Biology Chapter - 11: Reproduction in Organism 👉   All Chapter Contents   👈   11.1  Concept of reproduction 11.2  Plant Reproduction 11.3  Animal Reproduction 11.4  Reproduction Related diseases Question Bank 11.1  Concept of reproduction 11.2  Plant Reproduction 11.3  Animal Reproduction 11.4  Reproduction Related diseases Secondary Biology Chapter - 1 :  Lessons on Life Chapter - 2 :  Cells and Tissues of Organisms Chapter - 3 :  Cell Divison Chapter - 4 :  Bioenergetics Chapter - 5 :  Food, Nutrition and Digestion Chapter - 6 :  Transport in Organisms Chapter - 7 :  Exchange of Gases Chapter - 8 :  Excretory System Chapter - 9 :  Firmness and Locomotion Chapter - 10 :  Co-ordination Chapter - 11 :  Reproduction in Organism Chapter - 12 :  Heredity in Organisms and Evolution Chapter - 13 :  Environment of Life Chapter - 14 :  Biotechnology

Co-ordination

  Biology Chapter - 10: Co-ordination 👉   All Chapter Contents   👈   10.1  Co-ordination in Plants 10.2  Co-ordination in animals 10.3  Nervous System 10.4  Hormone 10.5  Abnormalities due to Hormone 10.6  Physical disabilities due to nerve disorder 10.7  Influence of tobacco and drugs on co-ordination Question Bank 10.1   10.2   10.3   10.4   10.5   10.6   10.7   Secondary Biology Chapter - 1 :  Lessons on Life Chapter - 2 :  Cells and Tissues of Organisms Chapter - 3 :  Cell Divison Chapter - 4 :  Bioenergetics Chapter - 5 :  Food, Nutrition and Digestion Chapter - 6 :  Transport in Organisms Chapter - 7 :  Exchange of Gases Chapter - 8 :  Excretory System Chapter - 9 :  Firmness and Locomotion Chapter - 10 :  Co-ordination Chapter - 11 :  Reproduction in Organism Chapter - 12 :  Heredity in Organisms and Evolution Chapter - 13 :  Environment of Life Chapter - 14 :  Biotechnology

Firmness and Locomotion

  Biology Chapter - 9: Firmness and Locomotion 👉   All Chapter Contents   👈   9.1  Introduction of the human skeleton 9.2  Muscles 9.3  Diseases of Bones Question Bank 9.1  Introduction of the human skeleton 9.2  Muscles 9.3  Diseases of Bones Secondary Biology Chapter - 1 :  Lessons on Life Chapter - 2 :  Cells and Tissues of Organisms Chapter - 3 :  Cell Divison Chapter - 4 :  Bioenergetics Chapter - 5 :  Food, Nutrition and Digestion Chapter - 6 :  Transport in Organisms Chapter - 7 :  Exchange of Gases Chapter - 8 :  Excretory System Chapter - 9 :  Firmness and Locomotion Chapter - 10 :  Co-ordination Chapter - 11 :  Reproduction in Organism Chapter - 12 :  Heredity in Organisms and Evolution Chapter - 13 :  Environment of Life Chapter - 14 :  Biotechnology

Excretory System

  Biology Chapter - 8: Excretory System 👉   All Chapter Contents   👈   8.1  Excretory 8.2  Kidney 8.3  Kidney failure, Dialysis, and Kidney transplant Question Bank 8.1  Excretory 8.2  Kidney 8.3  Kidney failure, Dialysis, and Kidney transplant Secondary Biology Chapter - 1 :  Lessons on Life Chapter - 2 :  Cells and Tissues of Organisms Chapter - 3 :  Cell Divison Chapter - 4 :  Bioenergetics Chapter - 5 :  Food, Nutrition and Digestion Chapter - 6 :  Transport in Organisms Chapter - 7 :  Exchange of Gases Chapter - 8 :  Excretory System Chapter - 9 :  Firmness and Locomotion Chapter - 10 :  Co-ordination Chapter - 11 :  Reproduction in Organism Chapter - 12 :  Heredity in Organisms and Evolution Chapter - 13 :  Environment of Life Chapter - 14 :  Biotechnology

Exchanges of Gases

  Biology Chapter - 7: Exchange of Gases 👉   All Chapter Contents   👈   7.1  Gas exchanges in plants 7.2  Human Respiratory System 7.3  Diseases of Respiratory System Question Bank 7.1  Gas exchanges in plants 7.2  Human Respiratory System 7.3  Diseases of Respiratory System Secondary Biology Chapter - 1 :  Lessons on Life Chapter - 2 :  Cells and Tissues of Organisms Chapter - 3 :  Cell Divison Chapter - 4 :  Bioenergetics Chapter - 5 :  Food, Nutrition and Digestion Chapter - 6 :  Transport in Organisms Chapter - 7 :  Exchange of Gases Chapter - 8 :  Excretory System Chapter - 9 :  Firmness and Locomotion Chapter - 10 :  Co-ordination Chapter - 11 :  Reproduction in Organism Chapter - 12 :  Heredity in Organisms and Evolution Chapter - 13 :  Environment of Life Chapter - 14 :  Biotechnology

Transport in Organisms

  Biology Chapter - 6: Transport in Organisms 👉   All Chapter Contents   👈   6.1  Plant and Water Relationship 6.2  Absorption of Water and mineral salts 6.3  Blood circulation in Human Body 6.4  Structure and function of Heart 6.5  Circulation diseases and their Remedies Question Bank 6.1  Plant and Water Relationship 6.2  Absorption of Water and mineral salts 6.3  Blood circulation in Human Body 6.4  Structure and function of Heart 6.5  Circulation diseases and their Remedies Secondary Biology Chapter - 1 :  Lessons on Life Chapter - 2 :  Cells and Tissues of Organisms Chapter - 3 :  Cell Divison Chapter - 4 :  Bioenergetics Chapter - 5 :  Food, Nutrition and Digestion Chapter - 6 :  Transport in Organisms Chapter - 7 :  Exchange of Gases Chapter - 8 :  Excretory System Chapter - 9 :  Firmness and Locomotion Chapter - 10 :  Co-ordination Chapter - 11 :  Reproduction in Organism Chapter - 12 :  Heredity in Organisms and Evolution Chapter - 13 :  Environment of Life Chapter - 14 :  B

Food, Nutrition and Digestion

  Biology Chapter - 5: Food, Nutrition and Digestion 👉   All Chapter Contents   👈   5.1  Plant Mineral Nutrition 5.2  Food and Nutrition of Animal 5.3  Vitamin deficiency diseases 5.4  Energy in food ingredients 5.5  Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR) and Body Mass Index (BMI) 5.6  Exercise and Rest 5.7  Use of Chemicals in Food Preservation 5.8  Digestion 5.9  Diseases caused by Intestinal Disorder Question Bank 5.1  Plant Mineral Nutrition 5.2  Food and Nutrition of Animal 5.3  Vitamin deficiency diseases 5.4  Energy in food ingredients 5.5  Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR) and Body Mass Index (BMI) 5.6  Exercise and Rest 5.7  Use of Chemicals in Food Preservation 5.8  Digestion 5.9  Diseases caused by Intestinal Disorder Secondary Biology Chapter - 1 :  Lessons on Life Chapter - 2 :  Cells and Tissues of Organisms Chapter - 3 :  Cell Divison Chapter - 4 :  Bioenergetics Chapter - 5 :  Food, Nutrition and Digestion Chapter - 6 :  Transport in Organisms Chapter - 7 :  Exchange of Gases Chapter -

Bioenergetics

  Biology Chapter - 4: Bioenergetics 👉   All Chapter Contents   👈   4.1  Bioenergetics and the role of ATP 4.2  Photosynthesis 4.3  Respiration Question Bank 4.1  Bioenergetics and the role of ATP 4.2  Photosynthesis 4.3  Respiration Secondary Biology Chapter - 1 :  Lessons on Life Chapter - 2 :  Cells and Tissues of Organisms Chapter - 3 :  Cell Divison Chapter - 4 :  Bioenergetics Chapter - 5 :  Food, Nutrition and Digestion Chapter - 6 :  Transport in Organisms Chapter - 7 :  Exchange of Gases Chapter - 8 :  Excretory System Chapter - 9 :  Firmness and Locomotion Chapter - 10 :  Co-ordination Chapter - 11 :  Reproduction in Organism Chapter - 12 :  Heredity in Organisms and Evolution Chapter - 13 :  Environment of Life Chapter - 14 :  Biotechnology

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