Nature of Universe Tnspc notes

Earth and Universe, Nature of Universe - Solar System

Nature of Universe This article is written for the Tnpsc and Upsc exams. Points to remember for the topic “Nature of Universe” and “Earth and universe Tnpsc“. This reference material is compiled from the Samacheer Kalvi book. The universe is a vast endless space with galaxies, stars, planets, energies, etc. It is about the universe … Read more

Power of Reasoning Rote Learning Vs Conceptual Learning Tnpsc

Power of Reasoning Rote Learning Vs Conceptual Learning Tnpsc

Rote Learning Rote Learning is something, that a child needs the foundation to be strong needs rote learning. It is a type of learning, that needs a child or student needs to remember the facts, knowledge without a need to understand. It is just like storing data on a memory card. Such learning is referred … Read more

Human Diseases Tnpsc

Human Diseases Tnpsc

Disease Disease is a condition of the body or a part of it in which functions are disturbed Human Diseases It is divided into types Congenital and Acquired Diseases. The Acquired disease is further divided into Communicable and Non- Communicable disease. Communicable Disease Bacteria Virus Protozoa Fungi Helminth Non Communicable Diseases It is further divided … Read more

Relationship between DNA, Genes, Chromosomes and Traits Tnpsc

Genetics- Twins

Tnpsc: Genetics, DNA, Genes and Chromosomes What is Genetics? Genetics is the branch of biology that deals with the genes, genetic variation, and heredity of living organisms. What is heredity? It is the character transmission from one generation to the next generation. What is Variation? It is the differences exhibited by the individuals of the … Read more

Head mirror Uses

Light - Tnpsc

Uses of Concave Mirror // Note: Images formed by Concave mirrors are diminished and inverted, yet they are used in telescopes. The head mirror used by ent doctors is concave or convex? The heart mirror used by End doctors is a Concave mirror. It is because the concave mirror combines all the light rays from … Read more

Health and hygiene Tnpsc, Food and Health awareness campaign

Health and Hygiene

This article is written for Tnpsc General Science -Biology, for the topic Health and Hygiene.

Acids Bases and Salts Tnpsc

This article is written for the Tnpsc exam for the topic  “Acids, Bases, Salts“. This is prepared from Samacheer Kalvi’s books. Let’s study acid, bases, salts, and how are acids, bases, and salts distinguished from one another? Acid and base difference Acids, Bases, and Salts are used in daily life. Ex: Soap, Juice, Detergent, etc. … Read more

Main concepts of life Science Tnpsc

main concepts of life science tnpsc notes

Main Concepts of Life Science Life science definition The life sciences or biological sciences comprise the branches of science that involve the scientific study of life and organisms – such as microorganisms, plants, and animals including human beings. Concepts of life science Life science is one of the two major branches of natural science, the … Read more

Matthias Schleiden Cell Theory

Matthias Schleiden was a German botanist who made significant contributions to the development of the cell theory. In 1838, he published a book called “Contributions to the Phytogenesis” in which he proposed that all plants are made up of cells or derivatives of cells. He also stated that the cell is the basic unit of … Read more

Viviparous and Oviparous Animals and Plants Tnpsc

Directly giving birth to young ones are vivipary animals. Vivipary means placental mammals. The young ones directly receive food and oxygen from the mother through the Placenta. Oviparous Animals The animals that lay eggs laden with the yolk are called Oviparous. The embryonic development takes place outside the body of the mother called Oviparous Animals. … Read more

* * All the Notes in this blog, are referred from Tamil Nadu State Board Books and Samacheer Kalvi Books. Kindly check with the original Tamil Nadu state board books and Ncert Books.