Biology- One-Liners- for various competitive examinations

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Biology- One-Liners- for various competitive examinations

Thank You all for landing on the page of Biology. The subject Biology plays an important role in various competitive examinations conducted by various organizations. Biology One-Liners help a lot.

The subject plays an important role in various competitive examinations conducted by various organizations. Biology bits help a lot.


1-The study of trees called Dendrology.


2- The other name of root cap is Calyptra.


3-Clinostat is an apparatus used to demonstrate photoperiodism.


4-In Japan the hormone gibberellin was discovered.


5-The insectivorous plants are

1. Drosera

2. Dionaea

3. Aldrovanda

4. Utricularia.


6-The organelle where photosynthesis takes place is Chloroplast.


7- The modification of stem to carry the function of the leaf is called cladode. Example: Opuntia.


8-Bacteria which do not have flagella are called Atrichous bacteria.


9-The most common nutritive tissue for the developing embryos in angiosperm known as Endosperm.


10-A flying fox is a kind of bat.


11- Murrah is a hybrid buffalo which is a high milk producer.


12-Pangolin is a mammal which does not have teeth.


13-Animals have hair as they help to retain the internally producing heat.


14-Cheetah is the fastest on foot


15-Alexander Fleming discovered penicillin.


16- Robert Koch discovered the bacterium which causes anthrax.


17-Edward Calvin Kendall was the inventor of cortisone.


18-John Ray in 17th century proposed the term Species.


19-Sperm Whale animal has the biggest brain.


20-The animal Chameleon has a tongue longer than its body.


21-Herbivorous is the term used to describe plant-eating animals.


22-A viviparous animal is one that gives birth to young ones.


23- Tortoise living animal has the longest lifespan


24- Invertebrates are a division of the animals which have no vertebral column.


25- The male reproductive part of the flower is known as Stamens.


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