Learning Bio Etymology Part-4

Bio- Etymology PART – 4:  PHYLUM – CNIDARIA LEARNING BIO- ETYMOLOGY ‘Making Biology students interested in Etymologies’ !!! FUN TO LEARN BIOLOGICAL TERMINOLOGY THE LANGUAGE OF BIOLOGISTS SOWING SEEDS OF SYSTEMATICS / TAXONOMY AT THE GRASSROOT LEVEL The Episode: The episode of ‘Bio-etymology’ is devoted to analyzing the hidden meanings derived from the Names of various Animal Phyla and Classes, […]

Learning Bio Etymology Part-3

‘Making Biology students interested in Etymologies’ !!! FUN TO LEARN BIOLOGICAL TERMINOLOGY THE LANGUAGE OF BIOLOGISTS SOWING SEEDS OF SYSTEMATICS / TAXONOMY AT THE GRASS ROOT LEVEL The Episode: The episode of ‘Bio-etymology’ is devoted to analyzing the hidden meanings derived from the Names of various Animal Phyla and Classes, along with the terms specifically used to describe their respective […]

Learning Bio Etymology Part-2

• FUN TO LEARN BIOLOGICAL TERMINOLOGY • THE LANGUAGE OF BIOLOGISTS • SOWING SEEDS OF SYSTEMATICS / TAXONOMY AT THE GRASSROOT LEVEL This Episode: This episode of ‘Bio-etymology’ is devoted to analyzing the hidden meanings derived from the Names of various Animal Phyla and Classes, along with the terms specifically used to describe their respective diagnostics, important examples (Genus or […]

Learning Bio Etymology

PART – 1 FUN TO LEARN BIOLOGICAL TERMINOLOGY THE LANGUAGE OF BIOLOGISTS SOWING SEEDS OF SYSTEMATICS / TAXONOMY AT THE GRASSROOT LEVEL   The lingua franca of the world: ‘lingua franca’ is an Italian phrase, meaning thereby ‘a language that is adopted as a common language between speakers whose native languages are different’. English is one such language, spoken and […]

Survey of Researches in Life Sciences

With the financial support of Department of Science and Technology (DST), Government of India, New Delhi, Dr. Brijesh K. Dwivedi, the General Secretary, Bioved Research Scoiety, Allahabad, compiled a monumental work in Five Volumes, entitled ‘Survey of Researches in Life Sciences’. The said work incorporated contributions of various ‘Life Science’ workers, the Vol. I and II being purely devoted to […]