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  • The Perfect Tense

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    Tense and voice are not parts of speech. They are just grammatical tools for functions of expressing time of action (tense) and emphasising on doer or receiver of action (voice).

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  • what is ancient Greek civilization

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  • please give detailed description of golgi appratus

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    Golgi Apparatus:
    The Golgi apparatus was first described by Camillo Golgi. Golgi apparatus consists of a set of membrane-bounded, fluid filled vesicles, vacuoles and flattened cisternae. Cisternae are usually stacked together (placed one above the other) in parallel rows.
    Functions:
    a.Its functions include the storage, modification and packaging of products in vesicles.
    b.In some cases, complex sugars may be made from simple sugars in the Golgi apparatus.
    c.The Golgi apparatus is also involved in the formation of lysosomes, cell wall and plasma membrane.

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  • I cannot understand the difference between DNA , GENE, CHROMOSOME

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    Chromosomes are composed of coiled strands of DNA and some proteins. DNA is a molecule expanded to deoxyribonucleic acid. These molecules are unique to people, basically forming a DNA fingerprint of the person.Genes are short segments of these strands of DNA that code for a specific protein.

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  • What will be the result obtained after heating the gas?

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    On increasing the temp. of gas, the kinetic energy of the particles increases. Due to the increase in kinetic energy, particles starts vibrating at greater speed and thus, the gas expands.

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  • Table salt is made from sodium chlorine which is poisonous. but we eat without getting poisoned

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    First of all it's not sodium chlorine it's sodium chloride ,as we all know when two elements form a compound they give up their chemical properties and form new chemical properties that's why we eat it without getting poisened

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  • What is meant by uniform and non uniform motion?

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    Uniform Motion:- A body is said to have a uniform motion if it travels equal distances in equal intervals of time, no matter how small these intervals may be.
    Eg. A vehicle running at a constant speed of 10m/sec ,will cover equal distances of 10metres every second, so its motion will be uniform.
    A distance-Time graph for uniform motion is a straight line.

    Non-Uniform Motion:- A body is said to have a non- uniform motion if it travels unequal distances in equal intervals of time, no matter how small these intervals may be.
    Eg. A freely ball from a certain height covers unequal distances in equal intervals of time, so its motion is non uniform.
    Non uniform motion is also called accelerated motion.
    The distance-time graph is curved for non uniform motion.

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  • defination of rectilinear,curvilinear,oscillatory,motions

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    when an object moves in a straight line it is called  rectilinear,
    when an object moves ina cirucular path it is called curvilinear
    when an object moves back and fro in an equal interval it is callled oscillatory,motions

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