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Methanogens: Members of Archaea

Thought to be among the oldest organisms on earth, methanogens live in extreme environments and have adaptations allowing them to thrive in their harsh habitats. 641 more words


Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID): Dealing with Inflammation and Infection of the Reproductive Organs

Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID) is a broad term for infection of one or more of the female reproductive organs – the uterus, cervix, fallopian tubes, and ovaries. 614 more words

Environmental Chemistry

Arcachon Oyster Problems in France: Disease and Pollution Damage Oyster Production in France

The huge lagoon at Arcachon produces all the young oysters for culturing in France, and there have been a number of setbacks and causes for concern. 419 more words


Whalers Logbooks: Preserve Useful Whale Distribution and Population Information

Ships’ captains kept daily records of exact location and weather conditions. Whalers would also record sightings and capture of all species of whale they came across. 430 more words


NEET- Environmental Chemistry - Important Questions

Chapter Summary of Environmental Chemistry Class XI part 2 Questions and Answers

Study of the environment associated with the sum of all social, economical, biological, physical and chemical interrelations with our surrounding. 147 more words

Neet Chemistry

Jellyfish Kill Salmon: Swarm of Mauve Stingers Destroys Salmon Farm

A large number of Mauve Stingers (Pelagia nocticula) recently wiped out the only salmon farm in Northern Ireland, and a second pack of jellyfish was sighted off the coast of Scotland. 394 more words


Probiotics and Young Children: Research Proves Reduced Upper Respiratory Symptoms

Do not think that all bacteria are disease-producing. Friendly bacteria live in the digestive tract and help our bodies run smoothly by enhancing the immune system, fighting off bad bacteria, and promoting good digestion. 444 more words

Environmental Chemistry