BREEDING, CROP IMPROVEMENT AND BIOTECHNOLOGY |complex breeding | new technological developments | underlying biological concepts

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This online course includes both basic, more complex breeding and selection methods, new technological developments, and underlying biological concepts. Online learning offers you a flexible learning process and the possibility to compose your own course. It is ideal for professionals and enables them to study the lecture material at their own pace and place. The course will start by presenting an overview of the pl, followed by methods of crop improvement.To be more particular, this course is divided into four quadrants that are consequently divided into lessons each lesson covering a topic in substantial details.

GENETICS

GENETICS

B.Sc. Botany Semester 5 N CORE Course; Course Name- Cell Biology, Genetics and Plant Breeding Course Code- BOT5; Course Duration- Theory – 60 Hrs., Practical – 30 Hrs.; Instructor: KVM MODULE – II GENETICS “The Genetics serves as a foundation for multiple courses that will be offered to you throughout your study. The course will … Read more

PLANT BREEDING

plant breeding

B.Sc. Botany Semester 5 N CORE Course; Course Name- Cell Biology, Genetics and Plant Breeding Course Code- BOT5; Course Duration- Theory – 60 Hrs., Practical – 30 Hrs.; Instructor: KVM MODULE – III PLANT BREEDING The Plant Breeding focuses on the genetic improvement of crop plants through the study and application of genetics, statistics, agronomy, … Read more

BREEDING, CROP IMPROVEMENT AND BIOTECHNOLOGY

plant breeding

BREEDING, CROP IMPROVEMENT AND BIOTECHNOLOGY B.Sc. Botany Semester 5 N CORE Course; Course Name- Cell Biology, Genetics and Plant Breeding Course Code- BOT5; Course Duration- Theory – 60 Hrs., Practical – 30 Hrs.; Instructor: KVM MODULE – IV BREEDING, CROP IMPROVEMENT AND BIOTECHNOLOGY This online course includes both basic, more complex breeding and selection methods, … Read more

TISSUE CULTURE

tissue culture

B.Sc. Botany Semester 6 CORE Course; Course Name- Plant tissue culture and its biotechnological applications – BOT6; Course Duration- Theory – 60 Hrs., Practical – 30 Hrs.; Instructor: KVM MODULE – V TISSUE CULTURE Tissue culture involves growing plants from very small sections (sometimes microscopic) in a laboratory. It is a propagation method which is … Read more

RECOMBINANT DNA TECHNOLOGY

recombinant dna technology

B.Sc. Botany Semester 6 CORE Course; Course Name- Plant tissue culture and its biotechnological applications – BOT6; Course Duration- Theory – 60 Hrs., Practical – 30 Hrs.; Instructor: KVM RECOMBINANT DNA TECHNOLOGY This module teaches students the principle theories of recombinant DNA, advanced techniques for working with recombinant DNA, and the applications of the science … Read more

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what are Antigens and Antibodies? Difference between Antigens and Antibodies? what are the reaction occurs between between Antigens and Antibodies?

antigens and antibodies

what are Antigens and Antibodies? Difference between Antigens and Antibodies? what are the reaction occurs between between Antigens and Antibodies?

what is Immunity? types of Immunity | what is Initiate immunity? what is Acquired immunity? differences between Acquired immunity and Initiate immunity?

immunity

Immunity what is Immunity? types of Immunity | what is Initiate immunity? what is Acquired immunity? differences between Acquired immunity and Initiate immunity? The resistance offered by the host to the harmful effects of pathogenic microbial infection is called immunity. Immunity is of different types:- Initiate immunity. Acquired immunity. Initiate immunity:- Innate immunity is the … Read more

What is Immune system? Types of Immune system? Organs of the immune system | Primary lymphoid organs | Secondary lymphoid organs |

immune system

Immune system   Cells of immune system:- One of the major ways through which the immune system operates by producing different kinds of cells. All the cells of immune system develop from the same group of stem cells of bone marrow. Stem cells: – The stem cells are the precursor cells of lymphocytes. The hematopoietic … Read more

What is immunological techniques what types of antigen- antibody reactions occurs in immunological techniques

immunological techniques

Immunological techniques What is immunological techniques? what types of antigen- antibody reactions occurs in  immunological techniques? Immunological techniques:- Types of antigen- antibody reactions:- Precipitation:  It refers to a antigen antibody reaction between is soluble antigen and its corresponding antibody resulting in the formation of insoluble precipitate. Antibody causing precipitation is precipitinin. Mechanism: Precipitation is due … Read more

what is Hypersensitivity and vaccination? Types of Hypersensitivity and vaccination? Uses Of Hypersensitivity and vaccination?

what is Hypersensitivity and vaccination

Hypersensitivity and vaccination Hypersensitivity: It is defined as the reaction of immune system leading to serve and even death indian sensitized animals when we exposed to the same antigen time. Types of hypersensitivity : Hypersensitivity is classified into two ways:-  based on time taken for the reaction  based on the mechanism of pathogen 1} Based … Read more

Isotopes in biology | what are isotopes | what are Isotopes in biology | what is Radioactivity isotopes | type of Isotopes in biology |

what are isotopes

Isotopes in biology The Phenomenon of natural radioactivity was accidentally discovered by the french scientist henry becquerel. When he found that crystals of potassium uranyl sulphate spontaneously emitted a radiation which could blacken photographic plate. Subsequently other naturally radioactive elements like radium, thorium and radon were discovered. Isotopes: the word isotope is derived from the … Read more

What is Chromatography? What are the uses of Chromatography? Types of of Chromatography?Column chromatography,Paper chromatography,Partition principle

chromatography

Partition principle: When a solute is allowed to equalibrate itself between two equals volumes of two immiscible liquids the ratio of the concentration of the solute in the two phases at equilibrium at a given temperature is called the partition coefficient. A mixture of substance with different partitions coefficients can be quantitatively separated by a … Read more

Spectrophotometry,what is Spectrophotometry? uses of Spectrophotometry? types of Spectrophotometry?

spectrophotometry

Spectrophotometry spectrum of light light is supposed to have a dual characteristics corpuscular and wave form. thus a beam of light has an Electromagnetic wave form a {or} photon of energy propagated at 3×108m/sec at the speed of light. The term Electromagnetic is precise description of the radiation in that radiation is made up of … Read more

what is Lock and key hypothesis? what are the uses of Lock and key hypothesis? detailed explination about Lock and key hypothesis?

lock and key hypothesis

Lock and key hypothesis:- This model assumes that enzyme and substrate have mutual complementary structure in their free state and are rigid molecules. Any compound having complementary structure to the enzyme can bind to the enzyme and the reaction is possible where as any compound that takes complementary structure to the enzyme cannot bind to … Read more