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Pawan Jha 3 minutes ago

Nil armstrong

Pawan Jha 4 minutes ago

What is matter

Harkirpal Khangura 9 minutes ago

Yuri Gagarin
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Harkirpal Khangura 7 minutes ago

The Nucleus,in case of eukaryotes is considered to be the 'brain of the cell'. So, if the nucleus is removed the cell will die. ... So, if the nucleus(assuming genetic material is removed along) is removed, there is no way the replication can occur. Eventually, the cell will undergo no division and will die finally.

Resh Khan 53 minutes ago

The nucleus , in case of eukaryotes is considered to be the brain of the cell So , if the nucleus is removed from the cell then the cell will die . Not immediately , but after some time . Because, the proteins and the mRNAs present in the cytoplasm will be enough to keep the cell alive for a quite a time.
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Harkirpal Khangura 3 minutes ago

Tendons may also attach muscles to structures such as the eyeball. A tendon serves to move the bone or structure. A ligament is a fibrous connective tissue which attaches bone to bone, and usually serves to hold structures together and keep them stable.

Akshita Pandey 2 hours ago

That join bone to muscle is called tendon & That join one bone to another is called ligament
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Akshita Pandey 5 hours ago

Brain of the cell and it control all the activities of the cell .It is oval or spherical in shape
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Rate of change of velocity with respect to the time
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Force=mass×velocity
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Kavita Sharma 17 hours ago

It will change because the gravitational force is maximum at the poles and minimum at the equator 🤗🤗🤗
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A=v-u\t At=v-u V=u+at

Vishesh Patil 17 hours ago

First take A graph then acceleration a=v_u by t v will interchange
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Kavita Sharma 17 hours ago

Look inthis app chemistry section
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Aditya Giri 20 hours ago

The substance which is not made up a particular type of atoms or mixed in indefinite proportion is called impure substance.a type of solution in which the size of disperse phase is more than 1 nanometer and less than 100 nanometer and shows tondle effect is known as colloid.the solution in which the level of solubility of the solvent is not reached compeletely is known as unsaturated solution.the solution in which the size of solute is more than 100 nanometer and shows tindle effect is known as suspension.
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Gaurav Seth 22 hours ago

A saturated solution is a solution in which no more solute can be dissolved at a given temparature.

E.G. If we add sugar continuosly and stirr it it dissolves but one stage will come where no more sugar can be dissolved this is known as saturated solution.

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Prem Chand 21 hours ago

Because it increases the time and decreases the chances of injuries by lowering the force of the ball.

Gaurav Seth 22 hours ago

While catching a ball, a cricket player lowers his hands, because by doing so, he increases the time of catch. That is, the person increases the time to bring about a given change in momentum, and hence rate of change of momentum decreases.
Thus, a small force is exerted by ball on the hands. 

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Striker Ajhar 23 hours ago

Golgi apparatus is also called golgi complex its main function is to store and pack the product.

Vishnu Kumar 1 day ago

1.Golgi apparatus store, modifies and pack product into the vesicles. 2.it is involved in the formation of lysosomes. 3.it is involved in the synthesis of cell wall and plasma membrane
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Yogita Ingle 22 hours ago

Crystallisation is a process that separates a pure solid in the form of its crystals from a solution. The crystallisation method is used to purify solids.

For example, the salt we get from sea water can have many impurities in it. To remove these impurities, the process of crystallisation is used.

Pari Bathla 1 day, 2 hours ago

It is the process in which pure solid can be seperated into solution from its crystals.
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Vedang Kulkarni 22 hours ago

No it is an energy and waves

Striker Ajhar 23 hours ago

Sound is not a matter because we can feel it,it is not occupy space and having no mass

Mehakpreet Kaur 1 day, 1 hour ago

No

Rishav Jha 1 day, 2 hours ago

Its a wave

Rishav Jha 1 day, 2 hours ago

No
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Super Khiladi 1 day, 3 hours ago

Colloidal solution is known as sol
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Super Khiladi 1 day, 3 hours ago

Marks. No. of questions. Total marks 1marks. 20questions. 20marks 2marks. 10questions. 20marks 5marks. 06questions. 30marks Total- 36questions. 80marks
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This is matter state not types

Mohak Shah 1 day, 1 hour ago

There are 6 types of matter which I know are: •Solid •liquid •Gas •Plasma •BEC:Bose-Einstein Condensates •Fermionic Condensates

Super Khiladi 1 day, 3 hours ago

There are five types of matter- solid, liquid, gas, plasma, bose einstien condensate(bec).

Dhruv Singh 1 day, 4 hours ago

Matter is of three types. Solid contain brick. Liquid contain petrol. Gas contain air, CO2.

Gayatri Singla 1 day, 4 hours ago

1. Solid 2. Liquid 3.Gas

Gaurav Seth 1 day, 4 hours ago

Solids

Matters which have fixed volume and shape are called solids. For example - stone, wood, brick, ice, sugar, salt, coal, etc.

All metals are solid except mercury and gallium.

Liquid

Matters which have fixed volume but indefinite shape are called liquids. For example - milk, water, petrol, kerosene, alcohol, oil, etc. Since liquid can flow, it is also called fluid.

Gas

Matters which have indefinite shape and volume are called gases. For example - air, oxygen, hydrogen, nitrogen, carbon-dioxide, etc.

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