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Essay on Environment Pollution

environment-pollution

Essay on Environment Pollution All the living beings live in nature. Because of modern urbanization, etc. The natural environment has been changed adversely. Pollution refers to the contamination of waste products which we find in our environment. It means the degradation of quality and the number of natural resources. There are different types of pollution … Read more

Human Nervous | SEE Biology Notes

human-nervous-system

Human Nervous | SEE Biology Notes Stimulus: The external substance which can change morphology and physiology of organism is called Stimulus. Examples:- a) Light b) Pressure/ Touch c) Heat d) Gravity e) Water f) Flow of wind g) Chemical, etc. Response: Definition: The change seems in the organism is called Response/ Reaction. Example: a) When we … Read more

Invertebrates Class 10 | SEE Biology Notes

invertebrate-notes

Invertebrates Class 10 | SEE Biology Notes Useful Insects/ Invertebrates:- Silkworm Honeybee, etc. Honeybee: It is a social insect because it has a division of labor. The queen workers and drones have distinct roles in honey-comb. Apiculture: The cultivation of honey bees. Sericulture: The cultivation of silkworm. Life cycle: Completed in four stages:-  Puparium: The outer coat of … Read more

Essay on Child Labour

essay-on-child-labour

Essay on Child Labour Children deserve some rights such as the right to education, right to food, right to shelter, right to freedom and so on. They are not suitable to work as laborers but we can see many children working as laborers in different places. They also badly treated in the places where they work. … Read more

Computer Science | SEE 2071 (2015) Paper Solved

Model-question-of-computer

Computer Science | SEE 2071 (2015) Paper Solved Group A (Fundamental) Answer the following questions. Give two differences between peer-to-peer and client-server network architecture. Ans: Following are the differences between peer-to-peer and client-server network architecture. Peer-to-Peer Client-server It has no central server. There are separate dedicated servers and clients in the client/server network. Not good for a database … Read more