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Preeti Dabral 1 month ago

During his school days in a German school, Albert was regarded as a dull and problem child. He had a scientific attitude. He thought it is not facts but ideas that matter. He was a boy of determination. He knew that his father would not allow him to leave the school in a normal case. So, he hit upon a plan with the help of his friend Yuri. He got a medical certificate that he had a nervous breakdown. He was very good at mathematics. He was interested in the books on science. Apart from books on science, his only comfort was music. He was a boy of self-respect. When the headteacher asked him to get out of school, holding his head high he stalked out.

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Preeti Dabral 1 month, 2 weeks ago

Transportation in plants refers to the movement of water and minerals from the roots to different parts of the plants. It also includes the movement of the food prepared by the leaves to the entire plant.

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Preeti Dabral 2 months ago

Priests were placed in the first order in society and nobles in the second order. In the social process, the nobles enjoyed rights. The big landowners, the nobles, were the king's vassals, and the peasants were the landowners' vassals. The king was recognised by a nobleman as the senior who supported them with bread (seigneur/lord) and the kings would protect the vassals who would remain loyal to them in exchange. This was called vassalage. There was complete control over the land by the vassals. This control was the outcome of the Vassalage practice. The kings of France were linked to the people by ‘vassalage’.

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Preeti Dabral 2 months, 1 week ago

Basis of Classification is as follows:
- Level of Organisation
- Symmetry
- Layers of Cells
- Presence or Absence of Coelom
- Segmentation
- Presence or Absence of Notochord
Levels of Organisation
- Cellular Level. In some multicellular animals, the cell is responsible for all the metabolic activities in the animal body. This type of organization of function is termed as cellular level of organisation.
- Tissue Level. In certain animals cells performing the same function are arranged in a group. Example: Coelenterates.
- Organ Level. Some animals form specialized organs for specific functions.
Example: Platyhelminthes.
- Organ System Level. In higher and complex animals various organs group to form a complex organ system to perform specific function. Example:Molluscs, Chordata.

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Assets = Liabilities + Capital Cash+Bank = (-10,000)+10,000= 0 + 0
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