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NEETPrep student
2 years ago | Zoology | Structural Organisation in Animals
  • what is stratum corneum
NEETPrep student
2 years ago
  •  the outer part of the epidermis consisting chiefly of layers of dead flattened non-nucleated cells filled with keratin
NEETPrep student
2 years ago | Zoology | Structural Organisation in Animals
  • what is the Work of leucoplast
NEETPrep student
2 years ago
  • it converts carbohydrates into proteins
Nabeela Hameed
2 years ago | Zoology | Structural Organisation in Animals
  • In 4th video-Glandular epithelium & cell junction ; you told that mammary glands is the example of Merocrine gland. But I read that mammary glands is the example of Apocrine gland..... If this question comes than what should i mark Merocrine OR Apocrine gland??

NEETprep
2 years ago
  • Thank you so much Nabeela for pointin this out. Sir has made a mistake. The right answer is Apocrine gland. If you see the video again, we have put a note stating the same. 

priyanka kumari
2 years ago | Zoology | Structural Organisation in Animals
  • both RBCs and WBCs are formed in

Nayilreza
a year ago
  • blood

     

priyanka kumari
2 years ago | Zoology | Structural Organisation in Animals
  • stratum germinativum is an example of which kind of epithelium?

Ammara Fatima
a year ago
  • Columnar epithelium

priyanka kumari
2 years ago | Zoology | Structural Organisation in Animals
  • in which one of the following preparations are you likely to come across cell junctions most frequently?

Kapil Gupta
10 months ago
  • priyanka, question is not clear...where is the following?

Monica
2 years ago | Zoology | Structural Organisation in Animals
  • can you add videos for frog and earthworm also? please

     

Kapil Gupta
10 months ago
  • not in NEET syllabus...only Cockroach is in syllabus

Rugveda
a year ago | Zoology | Structural Organisation in Animals
  • What dors this mean, "Fibroblast can easily be cultured in animal world".

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NEETprep
a year ago
  • Cell culture is the process by which cells are grown under controlled conditions, generally outside their natural environment. See details here

Pallavi bisen
a year ago | Zoology | Structural Organisation in Animals
  • in this video 

    timing - 22min 7sec 

    sir ne kaha protein disaccharide se banti h but sir fir to vo carbohydrate bn jayga protein to dipeptide ya poypeptide se banta h

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NAINSHEET
a year ago
  • Sir ne ye nhi kaha protein disaccharides se bnti h..unhone ne kaha ki protein k saath disaccharides associate ho k proteoglyacan bnata h

Ratika
a year ago | Zoology | Structural Organisation in Animals
  • No need to study earthworm n frog in ncert also

     

NAINSHEET
a year ago
  • No