Environment Science - Environment Science - Biodiversity Biodiversity infers the conventional assortment of life in each one of its structures—the various assortment of species, of genetic assortments inside one creature sorts, and of organic groups. A normal 40 for each penny of the overall economy relies upon characteristic things and systems. Destitute people, especially those…

Environment Science - Environment Science - Bioprospecting  Definition of Bioprospecting Bioprospecting is the process of discovery and commercialization of new products based in biological resources. Bioprospecting often draws on indigenous knowledge about uses and characteristics of plants and animals. Thus, Bioprospecting includes Biopiracy, the exploitative appropriation of indigenous forms of knowledge by commercial actors, as well as the…

Indian Economy - Indian Economy Growth - Hibernation Animals that shows hibernation There are several animals that hibernate– skunks, bees, snakes, and groundhogs to name a few– butbears and bats are the most well-known. Bears enter their dens for hibernation based on changes in the weather. They generally begin hibernating in September or October and emerge six to seven months later…

Environment Science - Environment Science - Crocodiles Alligators & Crocodile Difference Snout shape: Alligators have wider, U-shaped snouts, while crocodile front ends are more pointed and V-shaped. Toothy grin: When their snouts are shut, crocodiles look like they're flashing a toothy grin, as the fourth tooth on each side of the lower jaw sticks up over the upper lip. Family of…

Environment Science - Environment Science - Global Warming Global warming potential (GWP) is a relative measure of how much heat a greenhouse gas traps in the atmosphere. It compares the amount of heat trapped by a certain mass of the gas in question to the amount of heat trapped by a similar mass of carbon dioxide. Global-warming…

Environment Science - Environment Science - Captive Breeding Definition of Captive Breeding Captive breeding is the process of breeding animals in controlled environments within well-defined settings, such as wildlife reserves, zoos and other commercial and noncommercial conservation facilities. Captive breeding means that members of a wild species are captured, then bred and raised in a special facility under the…

Environment Science - Environment Science - Exsitu Conservation Mode Captive breeding is the process of breeding animals in controlled environments within well-defined settings, such as wildlife reserves, zoos and other commercial and noncommercial conservation facilities. Captive breeding means that members of a wild species are captured, then bred and raised in a special facility under the care of wildlife…

Environment Science - Environment Science - Food Chain Food chain refers to a linked feeding series in an ecosystem. A food chain illustrates the order in which a chain of organisms feed upon each other and the sequence of organisms through which energy and materials are transferred, in the form of food, from one tropic…

Environment Science - Environment Science - Tropical Monsoon Throughout the world, the tropical monsoon climate experiences abundant rainfall like that of the tropical rain forest climate, but it is concentrated in the high-sun season. Such forests are called Tropical Monsoon Forests. Distribution of Tropical Monsoon Forests They are located in the monsoon climate beyond the…