TOPICS Photorespiration Photorespiration also referred as oxidative photosynthetic carbon cycle or C2 photosynthesis is a light-dependent release of carbondioxide from photosynthetic organisms, which is Read More.. Types of Hormones In a body, cells unite to form tissues, and thereby these tissues integrate to form organs. How do these different cells/tissues maintain a balanced coordination? The homeostasis Read More.. Regulation of Enzyme We human beings are capable of doing all the work as per our capacity but will it possible to do all the work at the same moment. We do our work systematically in a routine and in a Read More.. Transcription Transcription is the first step in the process of gene expression, in which an enzyme RNA polymerase (RNA Pol) copies a particular segment of DNA into RNA (especially mRNA) to produce a Read More.. Isozymes Isoenzymes, also called as isozymes are the different forms of enzymes or group of enzymes that catalyze the same reaction but differ in their amino acid sequence thereby having the Read More.. The Double Helix | DNA Every day in our lives, we see kids at our homes and in our neighbourhood. Did you ever notice that kids or offspring tend to have traits, similar or same as their parents or Read More.. Cell Theory The discovery of cell was possible solely because of the invention of microscope. Inspired by Hook’s Micrographia - Antonie van Leeuwenhoek, a Dutch shopkeeper and a lens crafter, Read More.. The trp operon Everyone must have heard of Lego toys and maybe we must have played with them in our childhood too. But, have you ever observed these toys closely? These interlocking Read More.. The Hershey - Chase Experiment In 1944, three researchers, Oswald Avery, Maclyn McCarty, and Colin MacLeod, demonstrated that it is not protein but DNA which is the Read More.. Mechanism of DNA Replication Replication is a vital process for life because, after every cell division, the two new daughter cells that are formed must contain the same genetic information, or DNA, as the parent cell. The Read More.. What is an Enzyme? An enzyme is a biological catalyst, which regulate the rate of a biochemical reaction. Most of the enzymes are protein; but some RNA molecule can also acts as a catalyst called as ribozymes. Read More.. DNA Structure - A, B and Z Form Will it be possible to carry or pack an elongated copper wire inside a tiny box? Apparently no, so we do intend to make a loop of the wire in such a manner that it occupies a minimum Read More.. Frederick Griffith's experiment – The Hereditary Material Which is the hereditary material? Until WWII many biologists believed proteins as the main hereditary material because of its great Read More.. Glycolysis The word 'Glycolysis' has been derived from a Greek word glykys, meaning "sweet" and lysis, meaning "breaking down". All organisms perform glycolysis to extract energy by Read More.. The Lac Operon Does anyone hate food? We all love food, don’t we? However, we all have our own favourite/favourites. Well, then what do you think about E.coli bacteria's food choice - is it glucose or lactose? Read More.. Prokaryotic Cells Cells are broadly categorised based on the presence of the nucleus as either prokaryotes or eukaryotes. The organisms that are single-celled or unicellular with no organised nuclear membrane-bound Read More.. What is Sheep Shearing and What is it Purpose? Sheep shearing is the process of removing the woollen fleece from a sheep. The technique of shearing was not common Read More.. How Does Tooth Decay Occur? A beautiful, healthy and a big smile is always admired and remembered. A well maintained, perfect set of teeth and Read More..