Glycolysis: The 10 Step Process of Glucose Metabolism

Glycolysis The 10 Step Process of Glucose Metabolism

Glycolysis is a vital metabolic pathway present in nearly all living organisms that involves the breakdown of glucose to generate energy as ATP. This ancient evolutionarily conserved process forms the foundation for both aerobic and anaerobic respiration and serves as … Read more

Desert Food Chain and Food Web

Desert Food Chain and Food Web

The desert is one of the most barren biomes on Earth. The desert may appear devoid of life with the scorching heat, scarce water, and limited vegetation. The desert food chain and food web show how organisms adapt to survive … Read more

Ecological success of species

Ecological success of species

Introduction: “The ecological success of species” population depends on its capacity to cope with its physical environment and the associated organisms. The success of species may be measured based on the characteristics such as density, cover, frequency, vitality, etc. Species … Read more

Golgi apparatus | Definition, Function, Location & Facts

Golgi apparatus

Discovery: Italian cytologist Camillo Golgi was the first to observe the Golgi apparatus, which now bears his name, in 1897. Golgi used a staining technique on nervous tissue called the “internal reticular apparatus.” Location: In plants, these are dispersed, while … Read more

Phosphorus Cycle – Definition, Steps, Human Impact

Phosphorus Cycle

The phosphorus cycle is the biogeochemical cycle that describes the movement of phosphorus through the lithosphere, hydrosphere, and biosphere. Phosphates are essential for growing and maintaining animal and human bones and teeth. In contrast, organic phosphates are required for cell … Read more

Relation of organisms with the same and different species

Relation of organisms with organisms of same and different species

Introduction: This article will cover the “relation of organisms with the same and different species” in detail with examples. Nature interacts not only with other species but with an individual of other species. Again the interaction may be between animals themselves, … Read more