fresh water habitat and features

FRESH WATER HABITAT Fresh water habitat is a body of water formed mainly from inland waters and contain very low level of salinity.Examples of fresh water habitats are:rivers, ponds, streams, springs and lakes Types of Fresh Waters Fresh waters are classified on the basis of their mobility. Based on this, two types are identified. These… Continue reading fresh water habitat and features

AQUATIC HABITATS AND [TS FEATURES

AQUATIC HABITATS WHAT IS AQUATIC HABITAT Aquatic habitat is a body of water in which certain organisms live naturally. In other words, aquatic habitats are habitats or places that relates to lives in water.Organisms that live in water are called aquatic organisms. Examples of aquatic organisms are fish, crabs, toads and plants. Types of aquatic… Continue reading AQUATIC HABITATS AND [TS FEATURES

SYMBIOSIS AND COMMENSALISM

WHAT IS SYMBIOSIS AND COMMENSALISM SYMBIOSISSymbiosis is a close association between two organisms in which the two of them benefits from the association. Symbiosis is therefore a beneficial association where each member is called a SYMBIONT EXAMPLES OF SYMBIOTIC ASSOCIATION 1. alga and fungus in lichen:Lichen is made up of two organisms, namely a fungus… Continue reading SYMBIOSIS AND COMMENSALISM

PARASITISM

WHAT IS PARASITISM Definition of parasitismParasitism is a feeding relationship or association between two organisms, in which the parasite live in or on the body of the host, deriving benefit from and causes harm to it while the host loses in the processIn other words, parasitism is a close association between two organisms in which… Continue reading PARASITISM

MECHANISM OF TRANSPORTATION IN PLANTS

MECHANISM OF TRANSPORTATION IN PLANTS Plants generally y require sufficient quantities of several minerals and other substances which are transported in them. Materials transported in plants include manufactured food, carbon dioxide, water, oxygen, nitrogenous waste products, latex, amino acids, glucose, Auxins and mineral salts. The medium of transport in plants is the latex or cell… Continue reading MECHANISM OF TRANSPORTATION IN PLANTS

HUMAN CONTAGIOUS DISEASES AND TRANSMISSION METHODS

DISEASES CAUSED BY BODY CONTACT When a health threat appears, we may not know right away why or how many people are affected, but we have world-class expertise to find out what is making people sick or die and what to do about it.1. RINGWORM Ringworm is a disease commonly noticed among school children. It… Continue reading HUMAN CONTAGIOUS DISEASES AND TRANSMISSION METHODS

carborhydrates, types of carbohydrates and importance of carbohydrates

TYPES OF CARBOHYDRATES There are three types of carbohydrates, they are Keywords carbohydrates classification how to pronounce carbohydrate specific carbohydrate diet fats carbohydrates foods lipids carbohydrates problems examples of carbohydrates function of fats what do fats do carbohydrates elements function of glucose importance of protein carbohydrates monomer 1. MONOSACCHARIDES OR SIMPLE SUGARS They are the… Continue reading carborhydrates, types of carbohydrates and importance of carbohydrates

MECHANISM OF TRANSPORTATION IN HIGHER ANIMALS

MECHANISM OF TRANSPORTATION IN HIGHER ANIMALS In higher animals, like the mammals, the blood is made to circulate round the body by the pumping action of the heart through the blood vessels like the arteries, veins and capillaries. Mammals exhibit double circulation, blood passes through the heart twice every time it makes on complete movement… Continue reading MECHANISM OF TRANSPORTATION IN HIGHER ANIMALS