Microscope and Microscopy

Microscope An optical instrument used for viewing very small objects, such as mineral samples or animal or plant cells, typically magnified several hundred times. Microscopy:- Microscopy is the use of microscope to observe minute living organisms.

Importance of Biodiversity

Biodiversity Biodiversity: The term “biodiversity” has been derived from ‘bio’ and ‘diversity’.  Biodiversity is a measure of the variety of organisms present in different ecosystems or earth surface. Flora: Diversity of plants in an ecosystem is called flora. Fauna: Diversity of animals in an ecosystem is called flora.

Data Organization and Data Analysis

Data Organization and Data Analysis DATA : Data can be defined as the information such as names, dates or values made from observations and experimentation.   “OR”   Recorded observations is called data.  “OR”   Collection of facts and figures is called data.   Data organization In order to formulate and then to test hypotheses, scientists collect and …

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Theory vs Law

Theory: When a hypothesis is given a repeated exposure to experimentation and is not falsified, then it is called theory. When a hypothesis has been proved by consistent results it becomes a theory. The hypotheses that stand the test of time (often tested and never rejected), are called theories. A theory is supported by a great …

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Steps of a Biological or Scientific Method

Scientific method A way to gather information and answer questions in science is called scientific method.   “OR”   A method used by scientists to solve scientific problems is called scientific method.    “OR”   The scientific method is a process for experimentation that is use to explore observations and answer questions.


CELLULAR ORGANIZATIONS The arrangement of cells in a specific passion to make an entire living organism is called Cellular organization. Cellular organization are of three types. 1) Unicellular Organization: In this type of organization an organism is composed of only one cell. Those type of organisms are called unicellular organisms. Examples: Amoeba, Paramecium, and Euglena, …



Famous MUSLIM SCIENTISTS Muslim scientists have made great contributions to the study of science and we are aware of their success in different fields of science. Here we would summarize the work of Jabir Bin Hayan, Abdul Malik Asmai and Bu Ali Sina in the development of the present day knowledge of plants and animals.


QURAN AND BIOLOGY At many places in Holy Quran, Allah hints about the origin and characteristics of living organisms. In the same verses human beings have been instructed to expose the unknown aspects of life, after getting the hints. Here are few examples of such guidelines.   “We made every living thing from water.” (Sura: …