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.net training and discussions
This group is mainly to help somebody revise and learn coding using .net framework
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NodeJs Traning
NodeJs
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NCERT 10th Exam Preparation
Discussions on 10th Maths and Science topics
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Non Medical
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NCERT
NCERT
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NCERT Solutions
NCERT Solutions
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I have done b.tech in CSE from DAVIET,Jalandhar.
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.net and COM assemblies
When you start working with the .net framework you will hear about two types of assemblies - .net assemblies written using managed code and COM assemblies written using C++ code. COM assemblies is an ...
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Posted By: Open E-School
Posted On: 2017-09-18
Name the mode of reproduction in Yeast
Answer The mode of reproduction in yeast is budding. In this the division is unequal and small buds are produced that remain attached initially to the parent cell which eventually gets separated and ...
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Posted On: 2017-12-04
Name the mode of reproduction in Yeast
Answer The mode of reproduction in yeast is Budding. In this the division is unequal and small buds are produced that remain attached initially to the parent cell which eventually gets separated and ...
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Posted On: 2016-04-12
Name an organism where cell division is itself a mode of reproduction
Answer Bacteria
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Posted On: 2017-12-01
Name the world’s most problematic aquatic weed. What is the nature of water body in which the weeds grow abundantly
Answer The world’s most problematic aquatic weed is water hyacinth. It grows abundantly in standing water.
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Posted On: 2017-12-09
Name the phenomenon and one bird where the female gamete directly develops in to new organism
AnswerPhenomenon-ParthenogenesisBird-Turkey
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Posted On: 2017-12-01
Name the vegetative propagules in the following a) Agave b) Bryophyllum
Answer a) Bulbilb) Leaf buds
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Posted On: 2017-11-30
Name the plant which is a major contributor to the pollen allergy.
AnswerCarrot grass (Parthenium)
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Posted On: 2017-12-06
Name one of the most common abiotic agents of pollination. List any three characteristics of pollen grains pollinating the flowers through this agent.
  Answer The most common abiotic agent of pollination is wind. Characteristics    i) Pollen grains are small,light and winged or dusty and can be blown by wind up to a distance of 1300 km.Example-...
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Posted On: 2017-11-27
Name the cells which secrete testicular hormone (androgens).
 Answer Interstitial cells or Leydig cells
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Posted On: 2016-04-12
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