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Jagadeesh 16/03/2016 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Ramadevi replied | 29/06/2016

intestinal juices contains enzymes that breaks down the proteins to peptiles

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Deepika replied | 01/10/2016

Colipase is necessary, along with bile salts, to enable lipase function. Intestinal juice also contains hormones, digestive enzymes, mucus, substances to neutralize hydrochloric acid coming from the stomach and erepsin which further digests polypeptides into amino acids, completing protein digestion.

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Dilpreet 15/03/2016 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Chandrakala replied | 17/03/2016

cyanobacteria

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Gyanendra replied | 13/04/2016

cyanobacteria

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Mang 15/03/2016 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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M replied | 16/03/2016

Liver largest gland and pineal smallest

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Chandrakala replied | 17/03/2016

Liver

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Arunima 15/03/2016 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Sushil replied | 22/04/2016

Yeah! This is the organ which works involuntarily ,without our conrol. It circulates the oxygenated blood by pumping it forcibly. It is also the factor for Low & High blood pressure of people...

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Shaily replied | 26/04/2016

The heart is a hollow, cone-shaped muscle that's about the size of an adult fist and usually found to the left of our breastbone.
The heart is the most important organ in our body. It is basically a complex pump, responsible for circulating blood, oxygen and nutrients around the body.

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Geetanjali 15/03/2016 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Ganeshprasad replied | 15/03/2016

No enzymes present

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Jyoti replied | 16/03/2016

Humans can not digest cellulose bcz human body do not secrete cellulase,an enzyme which is necessary for the breakdown of cellulose into simpler compounds

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Vijaya 15/03/2016 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Chetan replied | 15/03/2016

Wind currents occur due to
(a) uneven heating between the regions near the equator and the poles and the rotation of the earth and
(b) uneven heating of land and water in coastal areas.
The equatorial and tropical regions get hotter than the polar regions as they get maximum heat from the sun. The warm air at the equator rises, and the cold air moves in from the...  more»
Wind currents occur due to
(a) uneven heating between the regions near the equator and the poles and the rotation of the earth and
(b) uneven heating of land and water in coastal areas.
The equatorial and tropical regions get hotter than the polar regions as they get maximum heat from the sun. The warm air at the equator rises, and the cold air moves in from the polar regions. The air moves due to uneven heating of the earth’s surface between the equator and poles, which results in the circulation of wind across the globe. But the wind flow is not in the exact north-south direction because a change in direction is caused by the rotation of the earth. «less

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Chandrakala replied | 17/03/2016

Wind currents form when air rushes from a high pressure cell to an area of lower pressure. Example: air rushing out of a puncture in a car tire).

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Pooja replied | 10 Apr

Rs. 5000 monthly.

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Pooja replied | 11 Apr

Rs. 5000 monthly.

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Balaji 12/03/2016 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

What is solar penumbra eclipse?

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Deepika replied | 27/09/2016

A total solar eclipse occurs when the Earth intersects the umbra portion of the Moon's shadow. When the umbra does not reach the surface of the Earth, the Sun is only partially occulted, resulting in an annular eclipse. Partial solar eclipses occur when the viewer is inside the penumbra.

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Dr. Anshu 11/03/2016 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Rakesh replied | 26/05/2016

Mercury

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Anuya replied | 27/05/2016

MERCURY

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Dr. Anshu 11/03/2016 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Vijay replied | 31/05/2016

Group of stars forming particular shape

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Ramswroop replied | 01/06/2016

A group of start forming a recognized pattern of psychology

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Dr. Anshu 11/03/2016 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Mahendra replied | 02/04/2016

in our enviroment inner planet- mercury, venus, earth, mars. outer planet- jupiter, uranus neptune

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Ramanjaneya replied | 04/04/2016

Inner planets are mercury,venus,earth,mars
outer planets are Jupiter,Saturn,Neptune,Uranus

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Archisman replied | 27/05/2016

Saturn posses a ring basically made of hydrogen gas which is not present in case of any other planet..

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Deepika replied | 01/10/2016

Saturn is well known for its system of three rings. It is a large planet: at 120,536 kilometres it is only a little smaller than Jupiter. It revolves around the Sun in 12 years, and rotates a little more than 10 hours. Like Jupiter, Saturn is composed of mostly gas, and has a core composed of rock and metallic hydrogen. The surface of Saturn looks banded, and has a brown-yellow,...  more»
Saturn is well known for its system of three rings. It is a large planet: at 120,536 kilometres it is only a little smaller than Jupiter. It revolves around the Sun in 12 years, and rotates a little more than 10 hours. Like Jupiter, Saturn is composed of mostly gas, and has a core composed of rock and metallic hydrogen. The surface of Saturn looks banded, and has a brown-yellow, butterscotch colour. Saturn’s rings are probably composed of small particles of ice and rock. Saturn has 62 moons (as of 2016). It is named for the Roman god of agriculture
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Dr. Anshu 11/03/2016 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Somil replied | 11/04/2016

The pressure exerted by the atmosphere on the earth surface above a specific place

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Jenifer replied | 13/04/2016

the pressure exerted by the weight of the atmosphere, which at sea level has a mean value of 101,325 pascals (roughly 14.6959 pounds per square inch).

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Dr. Anshu 11/03/2016 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Ramanuj replied | 24/05/2016

A light-year is a unit of distance. It is the distance that light can travel in one year. Light moves at a velocity of about 300,000 kilometers (km) each second. So in one year, it can travel about 10 trillion km. More p recisely, one light-year is equal to 9,500,000,000,000 kilometers.

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Gourav replied | 26/05/2016

Its the astronomical distance that light travels in one year.

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Dr. Anshu 11/03/2016 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Mohit replied | 04/06/2016

jupiter

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Uttam replied | 03 Mar

Jupiter.

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Prema replied | 01/07/2016

A non-contact force is a force applied to an object by another body that is not in direct contact with it. The most familiar example of a non-contact force is weight. In contrast a contact force is a force applied to a body by another body that is in contact with it. In physics, a contact force, is a force that acts at the point of contact between two objects, in contrast to body...  more»
A non-contact force is a force applied to an object by another body that is not in direct contact with it. The most familiar example of a non-contact force is weight. In contrast a contact force is a force applied to a body by another body that is in contact with it. In physics, a contact force, is a force that acts at the point of contact between two objects, in contrast to body forces. Contact forces are described by Newton's laws of motion, as with all other forces in dynamics. Contact force is the force in which an object comes in contact with another object. «less

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Deepika replied | 01/10/2016

A non-contact force is a force applied to an object by another body that is not in direct contact with it. The most familiar example of a non-contact force is weight.
In contrast a contact force is a force applied to a body by another body that is in contact with it.

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Mahendra replied | 29/03/2016

a satellite is an artificial object which has been intentionally placed into orbit

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Deepika replied | 01/10/2016

An artificial satellite is an object that people have made and launched into orbit using rockets. There are currently over a thousand active satellites orbiting the Earth.

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Aishwarya replied | 31/03/2016

1000-1200

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Pooja replied | 11 Apr

Rs. 350 per hour.

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Gyanendra replied | 13/04/2016

humidity = amt of water
specific humidity=amt of water vapour specificly
absolut humidity=net content

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Pooja replied | 17 Apr

Humidity.

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Avinash replied | 20/03/2016

Specific heat - energy required to change a unit of a material by 1 degree C.
Latent heat - energy required to change the state of a unit mass of material.

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Lakshita Sharma replied | 12/06/2016

specific heat of any substance is the energy in kilojoule required to increase the temperature of one mole of the substance by 1 kelvin or 1 degree celsius. whereas the latent heat is the amount of energy released or absorbed by a substance during phase change, it is a hidden heat during which change of temperature does not take place

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Sandeep 03/03/2016 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Rani replied | 21/03/2016

Warren Hastings was the first Governor General of India.

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Pooja replied | 11 Apr

Warren hastings

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Sandeep 03/03/2016 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Pujari replied | 13/03/2016

yuri gagarin

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Pooja replied | 11 Apr

Yuri Gagarin

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Sandeep 03/03/2016 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Scienceutsav replied | 12/03/2016

Junko Tabei

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Pooja replied | 17 Apr

Junko tabei

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Aameruddin 03/03/2016 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Kaushlendra replied | 09/03/2016

royal albatross

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Pooja replied | 17 Apr

Albatross

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Sandeep 03/03/2016 in  Class VI-VIII Tuition

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Pooja replied | 17 Apr

Progress.

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Deepika replied | 30 Apr

Charkha: A symbol of freedom. It means freedom of equality, growth, integrity, secularism and so on.

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