Psychological and Functional Theories of Religion

Psychological and Functional Theories of Religion: Psychological Theories of Religion: Sigmund Freud in his book ‘Totem and Taboo’ accepted totemism as the earliest form of religion but deferred from Durkheim in explaining the theory of totemism. According to him, in prehistoric times people lived in hordes. Each horde contained men and women. The senior-most male monopolized …

Limitation of Dalton Plan of Education

Limitation of Dalton Plan of Education: Dalton Plan has not been introduced all over the world. It was experimented in America and is prevalent in certain parts of England. It could not be introduced at other places on account of certain reasons. Following are the limitations of the Dalton Plan- (1) Notions of the old teachers- …

Aim of Education Under Dalton Plan

Dalton Plan: In the 20th century, Individualism had an impact on education and this thing brought about a new system of education which is known as the “Dalton Plan”. Miss Helen Parkhurst was the original exponent of this plan. She was responsible for the education of the children of various classes and, therefore, it was not …

Rhizopus Reproduction Methods

Rhizopus Reproduction Methods: Rhizopus reproduces by following methods- Vegetative Reproduction: Vegetative Reproduction takes place by fragmentation. The hyphae break up into small pieces called fragments. Each fragment by apical growth and branching forms a new mycelium under favourable conditions. Asexual Reproduction: Asexual Reproduction takes place under favourable conditions of temperature and moisture. It takes place as …

Rhizopus Morphology and Cell Structure

Rhizopus Morphology and Cell Structure: Rhizopus is also called a common bread mould or black mould. Morphology- The plant body of Rhizopus is a thallus and is called Mycelium. The mycelium consists of a network of a thread-like structure called hyphae. The mycelium of Rhizopus consists of three types of hyphae- (1) Stolons or Stoloniferous Hyphae …