An ‘organisation’ is a business or industrial organisation set up with an objective to perform a manufacturing activity or to provide a service etc. The term ‘Structure’ is highly abstract and illusive. However its existence is real and affects everyone in the organisation. It is the pattern in which various parts or components are inter-related […]
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Organisation is a mechanism or structure which helps the activities to be performed effectively. The organisation is established for the purpose of achieving the business objectives. The business objectives may differ from one business to another. Whatever may be the business objectives, there is a need of an organisation.The word ‘Organisation’ is derived from the […]
Distinct features of Internal structure of dicotyledon stem. The anatomy of a typical dicot stem shows clear distinction into different regions. The primary structure shows (i) epidermis, (ii) hypodermis, (iii) cortex which is generally narrow, (iv)Endodermis, (v) Pericycle, (vi)stele and (vii) pith.
10 most essential features of Internal structure of young root of Canna. The transverse section of canna root shows the following features under microscope.
Features of Internal structure of young root of gram. A transverse section of the young root of gram (Cicer arietinum) shows the following features:-
Brief notes on the Internal structure of root. Root is the part of the plant axis that mostly remains underground. It is a simple organ and lacks any lateral appendages and nodes. The internal structure is very simple and shows little difference at different level.
What is the Basic aspects of protein structure? The proteins are irregular or mixed polymers like the nucleic acids and unlike cellulose. The four basic aspects of protein structure are primary, secondary, tertiary and quartenary.
What is the structure and function of Peroxisome? Peroxisomes are small, membranebound cytoplasmic organelles found in both plant and animal cells. Beaufaytt and Berther (1963) called these micro-bodies as peroxisome.
Notes on the meaning, structure and functions of Lysosome. Lysosomes are membranous vesicles discovered by Belgian biochemist Christian de Duve in 1955. Presence of lysosomes in Neurospora, an ascomycetous fungus was reported by P.Matile in 1964.
Notes on the meaning, structure and functions of Golgi comple. In 1898, Camillo Golgi, an Italian neurobiologist, discovered a reticulate structure in the cytoplasm of nerve cell of an owl. This organelle is known as Golgi complex, Golgi apparatus, Golgi body or dictyosomes.