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Who is worst?
Betaal again started a Story. There is a city named Pataliputra. There lived a  king named Vikramakesarin, possess a parrot and its name was Vidagdhachudamani. The prince married as a wife, by the advice of the parrot, a...
Honest Birbal
       One fine day Akbar was discussing the brinjal with Birbal. He told him what a delicious and nutritious vegetable it was. Birbal agreed with him and said "Huzoor you are right brinjal is delicious...
What is Tree?
A tree can be defined as a large, perennial, woody plant. Though there is no set definition regarding minimum size, the term generally applies to plants at least 6 m (20 ft) high at maturity and, more importantly, having secondary...
Fossils of Plants
Plant fossils include roots, wood, leaves, seeds, fruit, pollen, spores, phytoliths, and amber (the fossilized resin produced by some plants). Fossil land plants are recorded in terrestrial, lacustrine, fluvial and nearshore marine...
Growth of Plants
It is a common misconception that most of the solid material in a plant is taken from the soil, when in fact almost all of it is actually taken from the air. Through a process known as photosynthesis, plants use the energy in sunlight to...
What are Plants?
Plants are a major group of living things (about 300,000 species), including familiar organisms such as trees, flowers, herbs, and ferns. Aristotle divided all living things between plants, which generally do not move or have sensory...
What is MB (Megabyte)?
  A megabyte is a...
Discovery of DNA
Deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) is a nucleic acid that contains the genetic instructions specifying the biological development of all cellular forms of life (and most viruses). DNA is a long polymer of nucleotides and encodes the sequence of...
Ocean exploration
Ocean exploration is a part of oceanography describing more generally the exploration of ocean surfaces. It is also the period when people explored the ocean boundaries. Notable explorers include: the Greeks, the Egyptians, the...
Space exploration
Space exploration is the physical exploration of outer-space objects and generally anything that involves the technologies, science, and politics regarding space endeavors. It was given a boost by the launch of Sputnik 1, the first...
Exploration of Mars
The exploration of Mars has been an important part of the space exploration missions of the Soviet Union (later Russia), the United States, Europe, and Japan. Dozens of unmanned spacecraft, including orbiters, landers, and rovers, have...
What is Exploration?
Exploration is the act of searching or traveling for the purpose of discovery, e.g. of unknown regions, including space (space exploration), or oil, gas, coal, ores, water (also known as prospecting), or information. Exploration has...
The Moon
The Moon, sometimes called 'Luna', is a relatively large terrestrial planet-like satellite, whose diameter is about one-quarter of the Earth's. With the exception of Pluto's Charon, it is the largest moon in the Solar system relative to...
Earth in the solar system
It takes the Earth 23 hours, 56 minutes and 4.091 seconds (1 sidereal day) to rotate around the axis connecting the north pole and the south pole. From Earth the main apparent motion of celestial bodies in the sky (except meteors which...
Physical characteristics of Earth
The Earth consists of several atmospheric, hydrologic, and mainly geologic layers. Its components are the atmosphere, the hydrosphere, the crust, the mantle, and its core. The biosphere is a tiny layer in this composition and is usually...
What is Planet Earth?
Earth, also known as Terra, and (mostly in the 19th century) Tellus, is the third-closest planet to the Sun. It is the largest of the solar system's terrestrial planets, and the only planetary body that modern science confirms as...
Great joke
Q: A child, an honest politician, and Santa Claus all spot a $20 bill on the ground. Who picks it up? A: The child. The other two don't exist. ...
Politics of India
According to its constitution, India is a "sovereign socialist secular democratic republic." India is said to be the largest nation on Earth with a democratically-elected government. Like the United States, India has a federal form of...
Economy and IT industry in Hyderabad
Hyderabad is also known as the second Silicon Valley [2] in India after Bangalore. Hyderabad's IT exports exceeded the $1 billion mark in 2004[3]. Hyderabad has made heavy investments in digital infrastructure and is well known throughout...
How did Hyderabad got its name?
Hyderabad was named by a prince Muhammad Quli Qutb Shah, who then became the Sultan of the Qutb Shahi dynasty. He named it after a Hindu village lass named Bhagamathi, who he fell in love with and married. When Muhammad Quli founded the...
KING KAKUDDROOM THE JACKAL
There used to live a jackal named Chandarav in a forest. Once, feeling restless because of hunger, he strayed towards the city. When the dogs saw him, they began to chase him barking ferociously. To save his life the jackal entered...
TALE OF AN IRON BALANCE
A grocer named Jeernadhan lived in a city. Incidentally, he became very poor because of incurring heavy losses in trade. He decided to try his luck migrating to some other city because he thought the people of the city have seen my...
Which fruits are carried by animals?
Animals are used as seed-carriers by many plants. Animal-dispersed seeds include those found in juicy fruits and hooked fruits. Fruits may be carried a long way from the parent plant by the animals. Juicy fruits, such as those of...
Which fruits have wings and parachutes?
Some seeds are light enough by themselves. Using the wind is a useful way of spreading seeds. Many seeds are dispersed by wind, and. a number of them are specially designed fruits. The fruits of dandelions, thistles and many other...
Why do some plants have no flowers?
Seeds are not produced by Mosses and ferns. Instead they reproduce by means or spores. Sex cells is developed in a moss plant amongst the leaves of its small shoots. Through the thin film of water on the leaves the male cells reach...
Why do some plants have no flowers?
Why do flowers have bright colors?
To attract animals, flowers have bright colors and often produce nectar Transferring pollen from an anther to a stigma is called pollination. In many cases animals do this. Flowers are pollinated by several kinds of animal, but the chief...
Why does the lords and ladies plant trap insects?
To ensure cross pollination the lords and ladies plant trap insects. Rotten smell attracts the flies, which falls inside the sheath. Female flowers pollinate them. They are then showered with pollen and released. Flies smelling the...
What are the different parts of a flower?
A flower is made up of petals, stigma, anther, stamens, carpal, etc. The parts of a flower are attached to base, called a receptacle. The sepal is the outer green part. Inside these are the petals. The stamens and the carpal: male and...
Why are insects necessary to plants?
Insects are carriers of pollen from one flower to another so they are useful to plants. Strongest plants are produced by this kind of pollination. Self-pollination is transferring pollen from an anther to a stigma in the same flower....
How do plants grow?
Plants grow due to three things sun, air and water. Sunlight and carbon dioxide is absorbed by the leaves from the air. Water and minerals from the soil is drawn up by the roots. Energy from the sunlight is used by the cells in the...
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