Types of Stem Cells – Biology

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There are two kinds of stem cells 1. Embryonic Stem Cells: The embryonic stem cells can be derived from early embryo which is developed by “invitro fertilization” (fertilization made artificially in the laboratory). After fertilization the zygote develops into a hollow blastula by cell division. The inner mass of undifferentiated cells are isolated and they […]

BIO-TECHNOLOGICAL TERMS

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Brewing Industry: Fermentation in alcoholic beverages like beer, wine etc., Enzyme Technology : Enzymes are bio-catalysts that speed up reaction in cells. They can be used to catalyze the industrially important reactions and are more efficient than inorganic catalysts. Many enzymes are utilized in the pharmaceutical industry. Anti-Biotics : These are substances produced by some […]

Windows XP Hidden Applications

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You might wondering seeing this title as i did. Yes, Windows XP itself coming with many Application that we are not at all using!! To run any of these apps go to Start > Run and type the executable name (ie charmap). WINDOWS XP HIDDEN APPS: ========================================= 1) Character Map = charmap.exe (very useful for […]

J2EE with EJB and Web logic interview questions – 04

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What is the function of T3 in WebLogic Server? – T3 provides a framework for WebLogic Server messages that support for enhancements. These enhancements include abbreviations and features, such as object replacement, that work in the context of WebLogic Server clusters and HTTP and other product tunneling. T3 predates Java Object Serialization and RMI, while […]

J2EE with EJB and Web logic interview questions – 02

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Components of JNDI – Naming Interface- The naming interface organizes information hierarchically and maps human-friendly names to addresses or objects that are machine-friendly. It allows access to named objects through multiple namespaces. Directory Interface – JNDI includes a directory service interface that provides access to directory objects, which can contain attributes, thereby providing attribute-based searching […]