Plant Biochemistry & Physiology

Plant Biochemistry & Physiology

Silent Reading: The Facts

When we learn how to read, we usually associate symbols with verbal sounds until the association becomes unforced.When we read silently, we do so by imagining a voice speaking the words we are reading silently. It’s more often our own voice and our own tone.  Read more…

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Posted by Christian Bale - 06/02/2013 at 04:29

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The Beauty of Life with Plants

Plants are helping the environment in both direct and indirect way. Plants are the only organisms in nature which are having the capacity to produce food by converting light of energy from sun.In order to stay alive we need the gas, Read more…

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Posted by Sat Vannes - 08/01/2013 at 22:35

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Investigation of Plant Responses to Environmental Changes

In order to live successfully plants should have own strategies to respond to their surrounding environment. Many of the environmental and climate related factors will control the growth of plants; some of the other factors will come from plant itself. Read more…

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Posted by Sat Vannes - 17/12/2012 at 04:09

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Cocaine and Associated ill-Effects

Cocaine, a crystalline tropane alkaloid that is obtained from the leaves of the coca plant, results in some severe effects when abused. These effects include addiction, increased heart rates, high blood pressure and possibility of a heart attack from overdose. Read more…

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Posted by Christian Bale - 13/12/2012 at 06:51

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Sophisticated Nature of Plants

Plants are shockingly sophisticated because of their unique characteristics in nature. Like animals nervous system plants will also transmit their physiological information from one leaf to another and plants are having the ability to resist themselves against various Read more…

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Posted by Sat Vannes - 28/11/2012 at 03:06

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Starch Degradation in Plants

Starch is one of the main forms of plants where they store carbon. It is mainly composed of glucose polymers such as amylose and amylopectin. It is the main raw material for the manufacturing of bio-plastics and paper etc. Read more…

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Posted by Sat Vannes - 23/11/2012 at 07:54

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