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Yogita Ingle 5 minutes ago

A monohybrid ratio is the phenotypic ratio of different types of individuals occurring in the F2 generation of a monohybrid cross. The Mendelian monohybrid ratio is 3:1.

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Yogita Ingle 9 minutes ago

The pituitary gland is about the size of a pea. It is located in the brain, and sits just behind the bridge of the nose. The pituitary gland is called the master gland of the endocrine system. This is because it controls many other hormone glands in the body.

The master gland present in the brain is known as pituitary gland
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Gaurav Seth an hour ago

 The Civil Disobedience Movement led by M.K. Gandhi, in the year 1930 was an important milestone in the history of Indian Nationalism.
1. Economic depression on Indian economy : 
a. Agricultural prices began to fall and collapsed in 1930. 
b. Demand for agricultural goods declined. 
c. It became difficult for the peasants to sell their harvest and pay revenue. 
d. The entire country was in crisis.
e. It helped in reshaping the national movement. 
2. Failure of the Simon commission : 
a. The British appointed Simon Commission in 1927 . It was to examine the functioning of the constitutional system in India.
b. The main pupose was to determine India's fitness for self governemnt. Activate Windows Settings to activate Wi 
c. Since the Commission did not have a single Indian member it was seen as an insult to the self respect of Indians. 
d. Leaders boycotted the commission and greeted it with Black flags and slogans Simon go back'. 
e. British retaliated in a brutal manner, with lathi charge in which Lala Lajpat Rai was fatally wounded 
3. Oppressive salt laws : 
a. To wage a struggle against the oppressive British policies and laws, Mahatma Gandhi sent a letter to Viceroy Irwin stating eleven demands on 31st January 1930. These demands represented the general interests and which all the classes identified with. 
b. The most important demand was to abolish salt tax. 
c. Since salt was consumed by rich and poor alike and was one of the most essential food items. The salt tax levied by the government revealed the most oppressive side of the colonial. rule. 
d. Salt was seen by Mahatma Gandhi as a powerful symbol that could unite masses. 
e. The eleven demands served as an ultimatum to the government failing to fulfill which he would resort to his agenda of swaraj. , These demands represented the general interests and which all the classes identified with.The most important demand was to abolish salt tax. 
f. The colonial government failed to concede to the demands, 
g. Hereby, Gandhi chose to break the salt law peacefully and show resistance to the British rule. This instigated the Civil disobedience movement and the salt march to Dandi. 

Yogita Ingle an hour ago

The Civil Disobedience Movement led by M.K. Gandhi, in the year 1930 was an important milestone in the history of Indian Nationalism.
1. Economic depression on Indian economy : 
a. Agricultural prices began to fall and collapsed in 1930. 
b. Demand for agricultural goods declined. 
c. It became difficult for the peasants to sell their harvest and pay revenue. 
d. The entire country was in crisis.
e. It helped in reshaping the national movement. 
2. Failure of the Simon commission : 
a. The British appointed Simon Commission in 1927 . It was to examine the functioning of the constitutional system in India.
b. The main pupose was to determine India's fitness for self governemnt. Activate Windows Settings to activate Wi 
c. Since the Commission did not have a single Indian member it was seen as an insult to the self respect of Indians. 
d. Leaders boycotted the commission and greeted it with Black flags and slogans Simon go back'. 
e. British retaliated in a brutal manner, with lathi charge in which Lala Lajpat Rai was fatally wounded 
3. Oppressive salt laws : 
a. To wage a struggle against the oppressive British policies and laws, Mahatma Gandhi sent a letter to Viceroy Irwin stating eleven demands on 31st January 1930. These demands represented the general interests and which all the classes identified with. 
b. The most important demand was to abolish salt tax. 
c. Since salt was consumed by rich and poor alike and was one of the most essential food items. The salt tax levied by the government revealed the most oppressive side of the colonial. rule. 
d. Salt was seen by Mahatma Gandhi as a powerful symbol that could unite masses. 
e. The eleven demands served as an ultimatum to the government failing to fulfill which he would resort to his agenda of swaraj. , These demands represented the general interests and which all the classes identified with.The most important demand was to abolish salt tax. 
f. The colonial government failed to concede to the demands, 
g. Hereby, Gandhi chose to break the salt law peacefully and show resistance to the British rule. This instigated the Civil disobedience movement and the salt march to Dandi. 
The following were the main features of the Civil Disobedience movement: 
a) The people refused to obey unjust laws. Gandhi led the Dandi March and broke the unjust salt tax law as a challenge to the British Government. b) Foreign cloth was boycotted and liquor shops were picketed. Peasants refused to pay revenue and taxes. People also broke the forest laws. 
c) Schools, colleges and government offices and institutions were boycotted. 
d) There was large- scale arrest of people and leaders who participated in the Civil Disobedience Movement. 

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Deepa Kumari 56 minutes ago

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Yogita Ingle 2 hours ago

CFC stands for Chlorofluorocarbon. As the name suggests, it consists of chlorine, fluorine, and carbon. They are mainly used as refrigerants in cooling systems. As it is released in the atmosphere, it reacts with light and produces the chlorine (Cl-) radical. This chlorine radical, catalyzes the Ozone (O3) present in the atmosphere, and breaks down ozone into oxygen molecule. Hence, ozone depletion occurs.

Sanket Sundar 2 hours ago

Chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) are nontoxic, nonflammable chemicals containing atoms of carbon, chlorine, and fluorine. They are used in the manufacture of aerosol sprays and etc
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Rohit Khari 2 hours ago

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Sanket Sundar 2 hours ago

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Khushi ✌️ 3 hours ago

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Yogita Ingle 2 hours ago

Food industries store the products under refrigeration or make the food stored in an airtight container.

Rancidity occurs because of the presence of Oxygen in the air.

So, if the food is some type of packed food, they remove air and fill the package with hydrogen which does not spoil the food.

Kept things in air tight container or in nitrogen gas
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Sanket Sundar 2 hours ago

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Khushi ✌️ 3 hours ago

The influence to give unfair advantage to family by giving them jobs for ex:- bollywood mein actor ka beta actor hi banega....
Using your power of influence to give unfair advantage to your family especially by giving them jobs
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Khushi ✌️ 3 hours ago

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Sumesh Pandit an hour ago

Only nationalism in Europe and nationlism in india
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Deepa Kumari 3 hours ago

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I) Romantic artists and poets created a sense of shared collective heritage, a common cultural past, as the basis of a nation. (ii) It was through folk songs, folk poetry, and folk dances that the true spirit of the nation was popularised.

Gaurav Seth 4 hours ago

Romanticism, a cultural movement which sought to develop a particular form of nationalist sentiment. Romantic artists and poets generally criticised the glorification of reason and science and focused instead on emotions, intuition and mystical feelings. Their effort was to create a sense of a shared collective heritage, a common cultural past, as the basis of a nation. The emphasis on vernacular language and the collection of local folklore was not just to recover an ancient national spirit, but also to carry the modern nationalist message to large audiences who were mostly illiterate.

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I) Romantic artists and poets created a sense of shared collective heritage, a common cultural past, as the basis of a nation.

(ii) It was through folk songs, folk poetry, and folk dances that the true spirit of the nation was popularised.

(iii) Emphasis was given on the vernacular language and the collection of folklore, to carry the modern nationalist message to large audiences
 

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