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Xerophytes ( Xero - Dry & phytes - Plant ) . Xerophytes are called " Dry Plants " because they need very little water to survive.

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A plant which needs very little water .

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plants which live in desert

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plants of arid areas , I think.

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from greek xero dry, phuton plant which plants needs very little water in desert

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Subject :NSO    Class : Class 7

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FIRST WRITE CORRECT SPELLING OF SOLUTION

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FIRST WRITE CORRECT SPELLING OF SOLUTION

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Subject :NSO    Class : Class 6

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A plant that consists of a thallus .

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they are microscopic non flowering plants like algae

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Subject :NSO    Class : Class 8

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The simple answer is that nerve cell, also known as neurons, are the cells present in the nerves. Function: They carry electrical stimulation throughout our body.

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Nerve cells are the specialised cells whose basic function is to transmit signals from our whole body to the brain.

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A thylakoid is a compartment present inside chloroplasts* and cyanobacteria**. They are the sites responsible for light dependent reactions during photosynthesis. They consist of a thylakoid membrane surrounding a thylakoid lumen. *a plastid in green plant cells which contains chlorophyll. **a bacteria which obtain energy from photosynthesis. A VERY EASY TOPIC IF YOU ARE ABLE TO UNDERSTAND IT.

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Subject :NSO    Class : Class 7

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ph is the negative logarithm of hydrogen ion.

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pH value are the value used to determine wheather a solution is acid or basic in nature Acids= pH<7 Bases= pH>7 Neutral= pH=7

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pH scale is a numerical representation of acidity and basicity of the substances. It varies from 1 to 14. The solutions with a pH value less than 7 are referred to as bases and those with a pH value of 7 are to as neutral.

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-pH stands for potenz Hydrogen, pH value indicates whether the substance is acidic, basic of neutral. - pH less than 7 is acidic -pH greater than 7 is basic - pH equal to 7 is neutral ( neither acidic nor basic)

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pH is the negative logarithm of H+ ions. A substance having <7 pH is a Base A substance having >7 pH is an Acid Exact pH 7 is a neutral substance

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Subject :NSO    Class : Class 8

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pleaseeeeeee someone answer........

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Class : Class 5
please answer officialy

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You cant simply earn batches in your house, it is just an online thing. I am not sure now but it used to be by getting 5000 points

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Class : Class 9
i too want the answer............

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by doing your best in the mock tests , I hope so..........

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Subject :NSO    Class : Class 8

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have u ever participated ??

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nooo.how can you say so?

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Class : Class 9
nooooooooooooo,never

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Class : Class 8
yes,he is MAD!

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Everyone's so funny It depends on the olympiad!

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Class : Class 9
are you crazy they enhance our knowledege

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Class : Class 8
how can you say like that

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ARE YOU MAD??????

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are you mad? olympiad is the best exam to test your logical,subjective and objective skills

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no

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Monkey what knows the flavour of ginger!!!!!!!!!

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Class : Class 9
NO WAY!!! How can you say that? Participate and get first rank. Then you'll see.

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