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HUMAN MICROFLORA

BY DAKSHITA NAITHANI INTRODUCTION Microorganisms that survive on another living thing (human or animal) or inanimate item without producing disease are referred to as normal flora. The human body, like most other ecosystems on the planet, provides a vital habitat for millions of microorganisms such as bacteria, fungus, protozoa, and […]

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ROLE OF QUAD IN SOUTH CHINA SEA

BY DAKSHITA NAITHANI The Quadrilateral Dialogue was established in 2007 when four countries—the United States, India, Japan, and Australia—joined forces. However, it did not take off at first due to a variety of factors, and it was resurrected in 2017 after almost a decade due to factors such as growing […]

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VACCINE TECHNOLOGY

BY DAKSHITA NAITHANI ABSTRACT The immune system is a system that operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week to keep assaults at bay and diseases at bay. The whole system is made up of organs, tissues, and a variety of cell types that work together to defend the […]

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BLESSING IN DISGUISE

BY DAKSHITA NAITHANI The year 2020, as we all know, will be a major change in our life. It has also demonstrated the opposite side of existence. We continued to count things for the future, and when the pandemic struck, it reminded us of how unexpected life can be; different […]

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PLIGHT OF WOMEN IN AFGHANISTAN

BY DAKSHITA NAITHANI The Afghan women, maybe more than anybody else, have dreaded the Taliban’s return. There have been many advances in women’s rights over the last 20 years, which appear to be set to erase nearly overnight. A quick lesson from history… The Taliban, a political and military force, is said […]

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STRESS- CAUSES, EFFECTS,SYMPTOMS AND TREATMENT

BY DAKSHITA NAITHANI INTRODUCTION Stress is a human emotion that is natural and affects everyone at some point in their lives. The human body is built to recognise and respond to stress. An individual’s body creates physical and mental reactions in response to changes or difficulties (stressors). It is any sort of change […]

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EXTREMOPHILES: SALINITY AND AT LOW NUTRIENT LEVELS

BY DAKSHITA NAITHANI Prokaryotic life has dominated much of our planet’s evolutionary history, developing to fill nearly every possible environmental niche. Extremophiles are one of these. Extremophiles have been identified on Earth that can survive in conditions that were previously considered to be inhospitable to life. Heat, extremely acidic conditions, extreme […]

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PERMACULTURE-ETHICS,PRINCIPLES,METHODS

BY DAKSHITA NAITHANI INTRODUCTION TO PERMACULTURE: Permaculture is a method of design in agriculture that emphasises whole-systems thinking and the use of or stimulation of natural patterns. Bill Mollison, a senior lecturer in Environmental Psychology at the University of Tasmania, and David Holmgren, a graduate student in the Department of Environmental […]

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ASPERGILLOSIS

BY DAKSHITA NAITHANI INTRODUCTION Pier Antonio Micheli, a priest and scientist, named Aspergillus while documenting moulds in 1729. The mould looked like an aspergillum, which is a type of holy water sprinkler. Physician Georg W. Fresenius described the species fumigatus for the first time in 1863.  Apergillus spp., found in abundance of nature, can […]

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