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Yogita Ingle 5 hours ago

Gauss’s Law

According to Gauss’s law, the total of the electric flux out of a closed surface is equal to the charge enclosed divided by the permittivity. The total electric flux through a closed surface is zero if no charge is enclosed by the surface.

  • Gauss’s law is true for any closed surface, no matter what its shape or size.
  • The term q on the right side of Gauss’s lawincludes the sum of all charges enclosed by the surface. The charges may be located anywhere inside the surface.
  • In the situation when the surface is so chosen that there are some charges inside and some outside, the electric field [whose flux appears on the left side of Eq. (1.31)] is due to all the charges, both inside and outside S. The term q on the right side of Gauss’s law, however, represents only the total charge inside S.
  • The surface that we choose for the application of Gauss’s law is called the Gaussian surface. The Gaussian surface can pass through a continuous charge distribution.
  • Gauss’s law is useful for the calculation of the electrostatic field for a symmetric system.
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Yogita Ingle 9 hours ago

Cilia

Flagella
The number of cilia is comparatively more (typically ranges in the thousands)

The number of flagella is comparatively less (usually ranges from 1 to 8)

Cilia is usually shorter in length

Flagella is comparatively longer in length
Beating pattern of cilia is very complicated – Can move in a wide range of motions

Beating pattern of Flagella involves circular, wave-like or propeller-like motion

Found in Eukaryotic cells

Found in prokaryotic cells and eukaryotic cells
Cilia are of two types: Non-motile cilia and Motile cilia

Flagella are of three types: Bacterial flagella, Archaeal flagella and Eukaryotic flagella

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Yogita Ingle 10 hours ago

Hibiscus is a plant that does not produce any fruit or you can say that the fruit id hidden.

The fruit of the hibiscus flower is the five lobed pod or capsule just below the flower.

The lobs of pods contain seeds like any other fruit. So, the hibiscus plant does not have any distinct fruit.

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Tushar Bhardwaj 8 hours ago

We can add comments in two ways 1)Single line comments 2)Multi line comments
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Tushar Bhardwaj 8 hours ago

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