Category: Biology

Is it possible to cultivate in lunar soil ?

May 16, 2022

Scientists (UFlorida & UFIFA Solutions) used the regolith sample collected during the Apollo 11,12 & 17 mission to experimentally grow Thale Cress (Arabidopsis taliana) in the soil (Regolith) first brought from the lunar surface. In response to the fact that plants grow in regolith, we will now see if it will help us to cultivate…

Can man survive death?

May 5, 2022

There are many immortal creatures in the biological world. Large red prawns found in the sea are biologically immortal. Some species of turtles can live up to five centuries. There are many creatures on this earth that live in impossible conditions. Bacteria such as Deinococcus radiodurans can survive in any adverse conditions. This micro-organism does…

X-Ray, CT & MRI

May 1, 2022

All of us have had at least one medical imaging test at some point in our lives. The three most common types of imaging are X-ray, computed tomography (CT) scans, and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) tests. X-rays are brighter than gamma rays and more intense than ultraviolet rays. They pass easily through soft tissues such…

Universal Elements v / s Human Body

April 2, 2022

Our body is made up of four main elements. The four elements are oxygen, carbon, hydrogen and nitrogen. So, let’s see exactly what these components do. That is, 65% to 67% of the human body’s oxygen is in the first place, because most of our body is water – about 50% to 60% – so…

Kipuka: A different kind of volcanic island

March 24, 2022

When a volcano erupts and subsequent lava flows engulf the mountain slope and surrounding lands, parts of the earth, due to their elevation, escape destruction. The land, which remains intact, is later turned into an island for plants, animals, and birds alike. They are called kipuka, a word derived from the Hawaiian language, meaning “hole”…


March 22, 2022

Now in the territory of North AfricaSpinosaurus is a genus of spinosaurid dinosaurs that lived from the Cenomanian to the Late Cretaceous to the Upper Turonian, about 99 to 93.5 million years ago. The name means Spine Lizard. The Spinosaurus was the largest of all known terrestrial carnivores to date.

Few people are not intoxicated by the smell of fresh soil when it rains. What exactly is that smell?

March 16, 2022

The smell is called petrichor. Streptomycete is the odor of a compound called geosmin, which forms the stems of bacteria.

Socotra – Galapagos in the Indian Ocean

March 14, 2022

Socotra is an island nation in the northwestern Indian Ocean off the coast of Aden, between Yemen and Somalia. The island community is part of Yemen. It is located 340 km from Yemen. Covering an area of ​​4,600 sq km, the island community is known as the Galapagos in the Indian Ocean. Socotra is estimated…

In the future, we will see that man is in the process of becoming a multi-planetary being.
The most important part of it is that man will reach Mars. That dream has yet to come true.

March 9, 2022

Why Mars is a question that bothers many people. There are many reasons for this, but some are; Mars is one of the most similar planets to Earth in the Solar System.Like Earth, Mars has two polar ice caps. The North Pole is made up of a layer of ice about 3 km thick. The…

Amazonian Tree with human sized leaves is finally classified as a new species:

February 16, 2022

Scientists have known about this extremely rare tree for decades, but did not have any genetic material to describe it. In 2005 a couple of botanists collected seeds from a tree in Jamari National Forest, a ancient tropical forest in the Amazon. They took the seeds and planted them and waited for one to flower….