Artificial Propagation of Plants is a method in which new plants are grown by placing them in a suitable environment. It consists of three methods i.e. cuttings, layering and grafting. This article deals with these methods and importance of artificial propagation of plants in the form of Questions and Answers.
The Early Medieval India was feudal in character and the rulers did not maintain their army but by the feudal lords. Varna system was the basis of social life. Brahmin and Kshatriyas enjoyed highest position. Brahman guided the society on the basis of dharmashastras and political power was possessed by the Kshatriyas. It was one of the reasons of the Downfall of Early Medieval Rulers in India. In this article, we are giving a complete summary on the causes of the Downfall of Early Medieval Rulers in India which will be useful for the UPSC-prelims, SSC, State Services, NDA, CDS, and Railways etc.
The International Water Treaty sets out a mechanism for cooperation and information exchange between the one or more countries regarding their use of river water under the arbitration of Neutral Expert. In this article, we are giving the list of important International Water treaties of India which is very useful for the competitive examinations like UPSC-prelims, SSC, State Services, NDA, CDS, and Railways etc.
Tissue culture is a technique of growing new plants tissue by transferring them into an artificial environment in which they can continue and function. This article deals with tissue culture, process how it is done, its importance and advantages.
Indian Constitution when adopted by Constituent Assembly in 1949 had 395 articles and 22 parts. Many other articles and three other parts were added to it by subsequent constitutional amendments. As of now Indian constitution contains more than 444 articles in 25 parts. Here, we are giving GK list of Important Articles of the Indian Constitution for the aspirants of the different examinations like IAS/IPS/PSC/State Exams/SSC/CDS/NDA/Railways etc which can be used as quick revision capsule.
Sex ratio is defined as the number of females per thousand males. Sex ratio in an important social indicator to measure the extent of prevailing equality between the males and females in a society at a given point of time. As per the census 2011 the sex ratio in India is 943 per 1000 males which was 933 in the previous census 2001.
The genetic engineering is one of the great marvels of 21st century human. It allowed for precise control over the genetic changes introduced into an organism. They are basically biological altered organism. In this article, we are giving the meaning, advantages and disadvantages of Genetically Modified or GM Crops which will be useful for the UPSC-prelims, SSC, State Services, NDA, CDS, and Railways etc.
Use of Chemical Weapons began in World War I. Such weapons consists of various chemicals like chlorine, phosgene etc. Chemical weapons can be used in any form whether gas or liquid. Let's study through this article about chemical weapons, its impact on the body, types of chemical weapons etc.