Author: Smriti

Hinduism and Buddhism share a lot of the same terminology and principles, but these shared terms and concepts have some very distinct meanings. In both Hinduism and Buddhism, the basic concept is that there is a continuing life, pain, death, and rebirth cycle called samsara and that this cycle is centered on karma, i.e., actions and subsequent reactions. Differences Between Hinduism and Buddhism Hinduism and Buddhism both share the conviction that liberation from samsara can be accomplished, but to accomplish this, each follows a different direction. This liberation from samsara is called moksha in Hinduism, although it is known as…

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Transcription is a DNA template synthesis of RNA where the code in the DNA is translated to a complementary RNA code. Translation is a protein synthesis from an mRNA template where the mRNA code is translated into a series of amino acids in a protein.  Difference Between Transcription and Translation In the process of genetic material flowing within a cell, from genes in DNA to proteins, both transcription and translation are equally significant. Without the other, no process will occur. In these processes, though, there are some significant differences. Here are the 10 major differences between transcription and translation in…

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A personal loan is a form of installment loan that provides you with a fixed amount of money in one lump sum, typically anywhere from $1,000 to $50,000. Personal loans are usually unsecured, which means that you do not have to use collateral to secure money, and the terms of repayment can be from one to 10 years. Personal loans may be used for almost anything, although limits on their use can be imposed by individual lenders. Interest rates on personal loans are also fixed, so while you repay the loan, the interest rate won’t change. It is close to…

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