Nobel Prize is established in ?
The longest bone in the human body is
The femur is the longest bone in the human body. It is also called as thigh bone. Stapes in the shortest bone in the body that is present in the middle ear.
Credit of developing polio vaccine goes to
Fat in the body helps to protect vital organs.
In the body, the fat stored can be served as a cushions or insulation which protects the vital organs in the body from the external damage in the environment.
Which of the following foods does not support bacterial growth?
Dried foods like raw egg, raw carrots, milk powder, etc... are the foods that do not support bacterial growth and has a long storage life.
Clove the commonly used spice is obtained from the
Clove the commonly used spice which is obtained from the flower buds of a tree in the family Myrtaceae, Syzygium aromaticum.
What is one map unit equivalent to
The distance between two genes is measured with a unit called map unit. One map unit is equivalent to 1% recombination frequency.
What is a group of emus called
A group of emus is called as a mob. Emus is a kind of bird which is next to ostrich in its size.
What are amino acids made of?
The carbon, oxygen, hydrogen and nitrogen are the key elements in aminoacids as all aminoacids contain amine (NH2) and carboxyl (COOH) as functional groups and R group for every specific aminoacid.
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