name the intermediate host of trypanosoma gambience?1 3759
what is the basic difference between ascon and sycon type of sponges?1 12283
in schistosoma haematobiasis what is the use of gynaecophoric canal?2 9406
what is copulatory bursa?what is gubernaculum?1 5328
what is the study of molluscs called?2 4027
why the coelome is considered as perihaemal system in phylum echinodermata?1 2252
explain the madreporite of water vascular system?1 2320
name the 3 layers of the shell?1 2700
what is umbo?1 3980
what is the function of statocysts in arthropoda?1 8809
what r the peculiarities found in phyllobranch?1 2144
what are the differences between maxillae and maxillulae in arthropoda?1148
what's difference between polyperson and polyorigin theory of polymorphism?1 4026
what is the period for cycle of golgi?1 2624
the insect not useful toman is
what steps or advice would you recommend for me to good an perpared for this type of career
why do you join pharma
How is the role of regional fishery bodies changing?
How to extract DNA from semen (sperm)?
why you are intrested in junior reasearch fellow
why the blood cholesterol level of birds is very high ?
What are the risks associated with the contaminants affecting fish?
What is balantidium coli infection and prevention measures?
How do molluscs grow their shells?
What is a central pattern generator (CPG)?
What is a transgenic animal? A transgenic knockout mouse? What are the advantages and disadvantages of such animals for neuroscientific studies? Please give one or two specific examples.
In mammals, somatosensory, visual, auditory, and olfactory sensory systems all project to the cerebral cortex. To what extent does this imply some common form of neural processing?
What contaminants are affecting fisheries?
What do you know about high-frequency oscillations (20-50 Hz) in invertebrates or vertebrates? What causes them?