Carbon Dioxide Vs Carbon Monoxide

Carbon Dioxide Vs Carbon Monoxide

Introduction Carbon is considered to be the element that is present in almost all objects that we use in our day-to-day life and also is the basic element for the formation of almost all biological and abiological beings present on our planet Earth. Its elements are spread all over and are widely used to make … Read more

What is an Inverted pyramid of biomass?

Inverted pyramid of biomass

Know in one minute about the inverted pyramid of biomass The inverted pyramid of biomass shows the biomass of an organism in each trophic level of the food chain. It is inverted because the amount of biomass is high in consumers and low in producers. Here several generations of phytoplankton are thus consumed by a … Read more

What are the levels of ecological organization?

levels of ecological organization

Know in one minute about levels of ecological organization There are 6 levels of ecological organization. These are organisms, population, biological community, ecosystem, biome, and biosphere. Organisms: They are classified as prokaryotes and eukaryotes. Need food, water, and air to sustain life. It is the lowest level of ecological organization. Population: A population can be … Read more

Biotic factors in the tropical rainforest

Biotic factors in the tropical rainforest

Know in one minute about Biotic factors in the tropical rainforest The tropical rainforest has the oldest and largest diversity of biotic factor areas on earth and is the largest biome. About 50% of total carbon dioxide is absorbed by this rainforest. Tropical rainforests can be characterized by two terms: warm and humid. The climatic … Read more

Chemical weathering: Definition and description

Chemical weathering

Introduction Weathering is a process of breaking rocks and complex matter in the environment into simple substances under the influence of the atmosphere.  There are three types of weathering. These are physical weathering or mechanical weathering, chemical weathering, and biological weathering. Below is a discussion of chemical weathering.  The physio-chemical conditions of the rock layer … Read more

Nitrogen fixation: definition and description

Nitrogen Fixation

Introduction There are various elements in nature and nitrogen is one of the most abundant elements. Nitrogen is a major component of protein which is the main building block for all organisms.  And nitrogen is essential for the formation of cells in the body of an organism. Plants receive this nitrogen directly from the air … Read more

What are the components of population change?

components of population change

Introduction The increase or decrease in the number or quantity of the population in the chronological stage is called population change. Populations around the world are always changing. But this change is not one-sided, it is multifaceted. Some components are responsible for this change in population. Below is a discussion of what are the components … Read more

Sleet vs Hail: Definition and differences

Sleet vs Hail

Introduction Weather phenomena is a natural phenomenon that occurs as a result of combinations of the water cycle, Coriolis force, and pressure system. Precipitation is one of the most important weather phenomena having different forms. Sleet and hail both are forms of precipitation, the topic of the discussion below is sleet vs hail. Water evaporates … Read more

What is the crude birth rate and how to calculate?

crude birth rate

Introduction Geography covers a large part of the population, human socio-economic activity, and its impact analysis. Population refers to the people who live in a particular territory or region and are related to each other. It varies by space and time. The type of population growth in different countries of the world is determined by … Read more

Population composition: definition and factors

population composition

Introduction Population refers to people living and interacting in a particular area or region. It is a very important factor for geographical boundaries. The population can not remain stable due to birth rate, death rate, migration, etc and therefore the concept of population is highly dynamic. Thus the population composition depends upon some important factors. … Read more