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All living things can create the energy they need to survive through a series of chemical processes known as respiration. Air travels between the tissues… Read More
Receptors are characterized as specific cell membrane structures. They are mostly made of proteins, which attach to ligands and trigger signaling reactions. A molecule inside… Read More
Different fluids make up the majority of our bodies. Body fluids are crucial for the normal operation of our tissues and perform the crucial tasks… Read More
Cell signaling (cell communication in British English) is the capacity of a cell to receive, process, and transmit messages with its surroundings and with itself.… Read More
Algae, bryophytes, pteridophytes, gymnosperms, and angiosperms are all members of the plant kingdom. Algae are chlorophyll-containing, simple, thalloid, autotrophic, aquatic creatures. Algae are categorised into… Read More
The father of modern genetics, “Gregor Mendel,” was the first person to discover the principle of heredity. He conducted various experiments, including one on pea… Read More
Plantae is the plant kingdom that contains all plants on Earth. They are eukaryotes with many cells. The presence of the cell wall, an impermeable… Read More
According to the theory of abiogenesis, Earth’s first signs of life appeared more than 3.5 billion years ago. According to the theory of abiogenesis, the… Read More
In the event that nutritional intake is inadequate or absent, fresh glucose is created from non-carbohydrate precursors. It is also necessary for the management of… Read More
The process through which a plant transforms light energy into chemical energy to produce food is known as photosynthesis. In the presence of chlorophyll, plants… Read More
The nervous system is a very complicated structure in the human body. There are millions of neurons are present in a body of a human.… Read More
Chemical substances that bind to a specific protein receptor (signaling molecule) on or in a cell, such as hormones, neurotransmitters, and growth factors, represent the… Read More
Morphology is the branch of biological science that deals with the study of various external features, relative positions, and forms of various organs of various… Read More
Our bodies are primarily made of fluids. Body fluids are crucial for the normal operation of our tissues and perform the crucial tasks of supplying… Read More
The tendency of genes on a chromosome to stick together during chromosomal inheritance is known as linkage. Contrarily, crossing over is the process through which… Read More

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