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Biology

Classification Of Proteins

Contents What are proteins? Proteins are complex, nitrogenous organic substances which occur in all animals and plants.  Importance of proteins in our body. Cells and body tissues are formed from proteins. Classification of proteins. Read in detail below. What are Proteins? Proteins are complex, nitrogenous organic substances which occur in all animals and plants (especially in seeds). Animals contain much more proteins than plants. They are structural units of animal tissues. About 19% of animal body consists of proteins. For example hairs, nails, hoofs, feathers, skin, horns, etc., all are made up largely of protein. Importance of protein Proteins are most essential part of human diet. A man will remain alive if diet does not contain carbohydrates and fats but will not remain alive…

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Biology

What is Menstrual cycle?

Menstrual cycle is a series of cyclic changes that occur in the reproduction tract of human females with a periodicity of 28 days. It is characterised by menses or loss of blood for a few days. Phases of Menstrual cycle Menstrual Phase Post-menstrual or Follicular Phase Recovery Phase Proliferative Phase Fertility Phase or ovulation Luteal or secretery phase 1. Menstrual Phase It is the phase of menstrual flow or menses which continues for 3-5 days. It involves discharge of blood ( a total of 50-100 ml) and cast off endometrial lining(uterus, fallopial tube and vagina) due to reduced level of both estrogen and progesterone hormones. Menstrual phase is also called funeral of unfertilised egg or shedding tears of lost ovum. Post-menstrual Phase or Follicular…

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Strategic Planning Gap In Marketing

The strategic planning gap is the gap between your projected sales and future desired sales. In this image the lowest curve projects expected sales from current business portfolio over the next 10 years. The highest describe the desired sales over the same period. Three types of strategic growth planning are there: Intensive Growth Integrative Growth Diversification Growth Let’s discuss each of this growth strategy in details. Intensive Growth According to this corporate management should first review opportunities for improving existing business. The company first consider whether it could gain more market share with its current products in their current markets, using a market penetration strategy. Second, whether it can find or develop new markets for its current products, in a market development strategy. Third,…

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