ICSE Articles Biology

ICSE publications contain a carefully selected list of topics from the biological literature. The articles will help the students to better understand the language concepts in an easy way for the students.

Often the material provided in textbooks is inadequate or written in really technical language that is difficult for students to understand.

Content is prepared after extensive research by subject matter experts. It contains all the important topics that are frequently asked in exams.

All topics were reviewed in detail before the articles were prepared. Therefore, it will also provide information in addition to what is provided in the textbook. This should also help students in competitive exams.

  • Feedback Mechanism Of Hormones

    Nerves are responsible for regulating internal body temperature. The feedback mechanism tends to accelerate or inhibit hormone release. This loop…

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  • Modes of Transmission of Diseases

    Transmission is the process by which pathogens spread from one place to another. Diseases or infections are often contagious. It…

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  • Exocrine Glands

    An exocrine gland is an exocrine gland. These channels secrete material to the surface of the body. There are skin…

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  • Miller Urey Experiment

    Stanley L. Muller and Harold C. Ure used experiments to explain the origin of life on Earth. They believed that…

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  • Phylogeny

    What is Phylogeny? Phylogeny is the history of the evolution of a species or group. About 100 million species live…

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  • Vector Borne Diseases

    What is a Vector-Borne Disease? Infectious diseases transmitted by pathogens. Vectors are insects that carry various disease-causing microorganisms such as…

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  • Parts Of A Seed

    The seed is an important part of a flowering plant. They give birth to a new plant. They should be…

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  • Mass Extinctions

    What is Mass Extinction? The fossil record shows that something unusual happened millions of years ago. A variety of animals,…

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  • Protoplasm

    Protoplasm Definition Protoplasm is defined as the organic and inorganic materials that make up the nucleus, cytoplasm, plastids and mitochondria…

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  • Cryptobiosis

    What is Cryptobiosis? Cryptobiosis is a state of passive metabolic activity under adverse environmental conditions. In this case, the organism…

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