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Graph

Graph 1. A line or tracing denoting varying values of commodities, temperatures, urinary output, etc.; more generally, any... Read More

Carrying capacity

Carrying Capacity Definition What is carrying capacity? In biology and environmental science, the carrying capacity of a... Read More

Vmax

Vmax Definition Vmax is the maximal reaction rate or velocity of an enzymatically catalyzed reaction when the enzyme is... Read More

Pictograph

pictograph A picture or hieroglyph representing and expressing an idea. Pictograph''ic. See: picture, and... Read More

Kymograph

Kymograph (Science: physiology) An instrument for measuring, and recording graphically, the pressure of the blood in any of... Read More

Diversification

An organism in the mainland experiences two competitions namely inter and intraspecific. Hence due to the pressure on the... Read More

Environmental resistance

Environmental Resistance Definition Environmental resistance is such a process in which certain different elements or... Read More

Net primary productivity

In order to keep the biosphere running, different organisms play different roles and functions. Some help in oxygen... Read More

Apomixis

Apomixis Definition Just like any other organism, the process of reproduction is pivotal to the life cycle of plants. There... Read More

Apical Dominance

a condition where vertical growth supercedes lateral growth in a plant. this is controlled by auxins, where in high... Read More

Enzyme

An enzyme is a biomolecule that can be synthesized biologically (naturally occurring) or through other processes... Read More

Photosynthesis

Photosynthesis is a physio-chemical process carried out by photo-auto-lithotrophs by converting light energy into chemical... Read More

Bifurcation

Bifurcation split into two parts. a change in the stability or in the types of solutions which occurs as a parameter is... Read More

Heating curve

Definition noun A plot of temperature versus time, showing the amount of energy a substance has absorbed with increasing... Read More

Recalcitrant

Several words of the English language find wide usage in subjects as diverse as literature, science, social science,... Read More

Viability

Whether we talk about “a travel plan” or “a science experiment” or “the chances of a pregnancy reaching its... Read More

Species area curve

species area curve The curve on a graph produced when plotting the cumulative number of plant species found in a series of... Read More

Secondary succession

We all have come across news where forest lands got destroyed by wildfires. Or sometimes we have read about an entire... Read More

Elution profile

Definition noun A time-based graphic output of the chromatograph which shows how much material is being carried out of the... Read More

Disruptive Selection

An evolutionary process known as disruptive selection (or disruptive natural selection) causes a population to become... Read More

H and d curve

Definition noun A graph in which the density of the photographic film (vertical axis) is plotted against the logarithm of... Read More

Density dependent factor

Density-dependent factors are the limiting factors of an ecosystem that regulate population growth in a density-dependent... Read More

Inhibitory postsynaptic potential

Inhibitory Postsynaptic Potential Definition An inhibitory postsynaptic potential is a type of synaptic potential. It is... Read More

Bacteria

Bacteria Definition What are bacteria? What is the definition of bacteria in biology? Bacteria are defined as organisms... Read More

Interspecific competition

Interspecific Competition Definition In Biology, competition is defined as the process that occurs among species that have... Read More

Absorption Spectrum

The spectrum of electromagnetic radiation that has passed through a medium that absorbed radiation of certain... Read More