Tuesday , 4 August 2015

CSIR UGC NET Answer Key 2015 June Exam (Updated)

csir ugc net answer key 2015

CSIR UGC NET answer key 2015: The official CSIR UGC NET June 2015 answer key was released on its official site http://csirhrdg.res.in/. Candidates who attempted the examination on 21st June can check their answers with CSIR UGC NET answer key 2015 for Chemical. Life, earth, Engineering, Mathematical and Physical Sciences. Candidates can get the official CSIR UGC NET 2015 answer ...

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MCQ on Theories of Organic Evolution

CSIR UGC NET Life sciences Practice Tests

The theory of organic evolution explains convincingly the origin of life. it also explains how the wide variety of plants and animals came into existence in this world. According to this theory, the world has been evolved and not been created. Life originated spontaneously in the remote past from non-living inorganic substances. these substances reacted to form organic compounds. the ...

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Down Syndrome : Genetic Disorder of Humans

Down Syndrome : Genetic Disorder of Humans

Down syndrome is a chromosomal disorder that includes a combination of birth defects, including some degree of mental retardation, characteristic facial features and, often, heart defects and other health problems. The severity of these problems varies greatly among affected individuals. What are Chromosomal Abnormalities What are Gene Families and How they Evolved? What are interrupted Genes How often the syndrome occurs? ...

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What are Chromosomal Abnormalities

What are Chromosomal Abnormalities

About 1 in every 200 babies is born with a chromosomal abnormality. The syndrome, which causes a baby is born with an extra chromosome 21, is one of the most common chromosomal abnormalities whose effects are known by most people. Children affected with this syndrome have varying degrees of intellectual disabilities, characteristic facial features and, often, heart defects and other ...

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Biomolecules Practice Test 1

CSIR UGC NET Life sciences Practice Tests

A biomolecule is any molecule that is present in living organisms, including large macromolecules such as proteins, polysaccharides, lipids, and nucleic acids, as well as small molecules such as primary metabolites, secondary metabolites, and natural products. Check this Part I (Part A) section Practice Papers: CSIR UGC NET Compulsory – Model Paper 1 CSIR UGC NET Compulsory – Model Paper ...

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CSIR UGC NET Compulsory – Model Paper 3

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Hello CSIR UGC NET aspirants, This is the Model paper series for COMPULSORY paper – A from the CSIR syllabus – PAPER – I (Part A). This is useful for all aspirants. Check your ability with this model paper series. This is Model Paper 3. CSIR UGC NET Compulsory – Model Paper 3 Mark the letter of your choice then ...

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CSIR UGC NET Compulsory – Model Paper 2

csir ugc net Model paper series

Hello CSIR UGC NET aspirants, This is the Model paper series for COMPULSORY paper – A from the CSIR syllabus – PAPER – I (Part A). This is useful for all aspirants. Check your ability with this model paper series. This is Model Paper -2. Check our Model Paper 1 Mark the letter of your choice then click on the ...

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Peroxisomes: Special Microbodies in both plants and Animals

Peroxisomes: Special Microbodies in both plants and Animals

Peroxisomes are ovid granules limited by a single membranes. They contain a fine, granular substance that many condense in the centre, forming an opaque and homogenous core. Originally J.Rhodin described intracellular components called “Microbodies” in 1954. Lysosomes: Structure and Functions Structure and functions of Nucleus The Peroxisomes are isolated by De Duve and co-workers in 1965, were enriched with some ...

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