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Shubham Singh an hour ago

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Yogita Ingle 53 minutes ago

Monocotyledon Dicotyledon
The monocot embryos have a single cotyledon The dicot embryos have a pair of cotyledons
They have a fibrous root system They have a tap root system
Leaves in monocots have parallel venation Leaves in dicots have reticulate or net venation
In monocot flowers, the count of parts of the flower is a multiple of three or equal to  three The count of parts in a dicot flower is a multiple of four or five or equal to  four or five
The roots and stems of Monocotyledons does not possess a cambium and cannot increase in diameter The roots and stems of Dicotyledons possess a cambium and have the ability to increase in diameter.
A few examples of monocotyledons are garlic, onions, wheat, corn and grass A few examples of dicots are beans, cauliflower, apples and pear
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Aashi Singh an hour ago

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Sita Ram 11 hours ago

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Bolan Biswas 13 hours ago

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Praveen Kumar 16 hours ago

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Yogita Ingle 16 hours ago

By Justin Ray, CJR. Carlos Manuel Maza's mother, Vivian, remembers when her son broke the news. They were singing Madonna's “Like a Prayer” in her white BMW, coasting down Miami's Palmetto Expressway on a Sunday afternoon after visiting his aunt's house.A Story of Murder in 1930s Paris Sarah Maza.

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12 = 22 × 31 18 = 21 × 32 LCM(12,18) = 22 × 32 LCM(12,18) = 36

Yogita Ingle 15 hours ago

12 = 22 × 31
18 = 21 × 32
LCM(12,18) = 22 × 32
LCM(12,18) = 36

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Tannu Sri 3 hours ago

What are the three major heat zones on earth

Gaurav Seth 23 hours ago

  • Shivaji was born to Shahaji Bhonsle, a Maratha general who held the jagirs of Pune and Supe under the Bijapur Sultanate. Shivaji’s mother was Jijabai, a pious woman whose religious qualities had a profound influence on him. Shahaji had also served the Ahmednagar and Deccan sultanates.
  • Shivaji was given excellent training in military warfare and administration. He was married for the first time in 1640 to Saibai.
  • Shivaji displayed his military zeal for the first time in 1645, when as a teenager, he successfully got control of the Torna Fort which was under Bijapur.
  • He also acquired the Kondana Fort. Both these forts were under Adil Shah of Bijapur. Shah then got Shahaji imprisoned in a bid to contain Shivaji. Some accounts say that Shivaji surrendered these forts to get his father released. Shahaji died in 1664-65 in an accident. After this, Shivaji resumed his raids and extended his territories.
  • He achieved great name when he defeated Afzal Khan, a veteran general of Adil Shah.
  • In the Battle of Pratapgarh in 1659, Shivaji’s forces vanquished the Bijapur Sultanate’s army. From this victory, he acquired a large quantity of weapons and horses which greatly added to his growing Maratha army’s strength.
  • In the same year, another battle was fought with the Adilshahi camp at Kolhapur where Shivaji’s outnumbered army defeated the enemy force. Shivaji displayed great military prowess during this battle. This victory now alarmed Aurangzeb.
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Naitik Singh 21 hours ago

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Yash Kumar 1 day, 13 hours ago

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Yash Kumar 22 hours ago

In the chapter lazy frog the frog name is Fred .
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Gaurav Seth 1 day, 15 hours ago

Methods of soil conservation:

  1. Contour ploughing: Ploughing along the contour lines can check the flow of water down the slopes. It is called contour ploughing. It can be practised on the hills.
  2. Terrace cultivation: Steps can be cut out on the slopes making terraces. It restricts soil erosion. It is practiced in western and central Himalayas.
  3. Strip cropping: Large fields can be divided into strips. Strips of grass are left to grow between the crops. This breaks up the force of wind. This method is called strip cropping.
  4. Planting of shelter belts: Planting lines of trees to create shelter also checks the soil erosion. Rows of such trees are called Shelter Belts. These shelter belts have contributed significantly to the stabilisation of sand dunes and in stabilising the desert in western India.
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Gaurav Seth 1 day, 17 hours ago

The polar bear's Latin name, Ursus maritimus, means "sea bear." It's an apt name for this majestic species, which spends much of its life in, around, or on the ocean–predominantly on the sea ice. In the United States, Alaska is home to two polar bear subpopulations.

Considered talented swimmers, polar bears can sustain a pace of six miles per hour by paddling with their front paws and holding their hind legs flat like a rudder. They have a thick layer of body fat and a water-repellent coat that insulates them from the cold air and water.

Polar bears spend over 50% of their time hunting for food. A polar bear might catch only one or two out of 10 seals it hunts, depending on the time of year and other variables. Their diet mainly consists of ringed and bearded seals because they need large amounts of fat to survive.

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Het Patel 1 day, 19 hours ago

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Yogita Ingle 1 day, 21 hours ago

Due to its location in the southern hemisphere Australia experiences winter between the months of June and August. The mere fact that Australia is an incredibly large country means that the winter experience like every other Australian experience can vary dramatically according to location.

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Dyuti Mishra 20 hours ago

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Gaurav Seth 1 day, 22 hours ago

 

Name of the seed      Color   Texture
Rajma Reddish brown   Smooth
Moong Green    Soft
Chana Brown    Soft
Papaya Black   Rough
Mango Whitish yellow   Rough
Aniseed Green     Soft
Cumin Brown   Soft
Apple Brown   Soft
Mustard Green   Soft
Lady's finger Green   Soft
Musk melon White   Soft
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Shweta Sharma an hour ago

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