Cell Essays

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Todays World of Economics

Whilst prokaryotes do not have a structured nucleus and other composite cell organelles found in eukaryotic cells, prokaryotic beings allocate the some general features with eukaryotes with the knowledge of cell division is, For instance, they both reproduce DNA in a semi traditional manner, and the separation of the lately formed DNA molecules can transpire […]

Pages: 3 Words: 878 Topics: Biotechnology, Cell, DNA, Mitosis

Plant Physiology Biology

Introduction In the study of general biology, a number of fields such as plant anatomy, plant taxonomy, plant physiology, comparative ecosystems, comparative animal physiology, neurophysiology, physiological ecology, endocrinology, and principles of electronic instrumentation may be topics of interest. In this paper, the writer will discuss plant physiology. The paper contains the definition of plant physiology […]

Pages: 13 Words: 3956 Topics: Cell, Photosynthesis, Physiology, Plant, Protein
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Are Viruses Living?

Case Study: Are Viruses Living? Dear Students, You came to me asking a question that has puzzled mankind ever since we have discovered them. Are viruses alive? Are the chicken pox, flu, HIV, and H1N1 viruses living? They are among the smallest microbes, but they can make people fell ill. So are they living or […]

Pages: 1 Words: 382 Topics: Cell, Life, Microbiology, Nature

Prokaryotic Vs Eukaryotic Cells

In life’s hierarchy, cells make up the lowest level of organization. Cells can perform activities required to sustain life. A cell’s ability to divide to form new cells is the basis for growth and repair in organisms. Cells also play a key role in the recycling of carbon, a chemical element essential to life, and […]

Pages: 2 Words: 519 Topics: Anatomy, Biotechnology, Cell

Stem Cells: Aspiring to Naivety

Stem cells are undifferentiated cells of multicellular organisms. Specifically embryonic stem cell are pluripotent, meaning they can create several different types of cells. With this new knowledge, biomedical research has ascended to new levels. To get embryonic stem cells biologists first produce via vitro fertilization, which is where an egg and sperm are combined outside […]

Pages: 4 Words: 1225 Topics: Biotechnology, Cell, Stem Cell

The Dalai Lama and Dolly the Lamb

The Dalai Lama and Dolly the lamb, what could these two possibly have in common? The Dalai Lama being the spiritual leader of Tibetan Buddhism and Dolly, a lamb. The answer is nothing except a confused middle schooler in science class. I first heard about Dolly the lamb and confused it with the Dalai Lama. […]

Pages: 2 Words: 712 Topics: Animals, Cell, Cloning

A Problem of Abnormal Number of Chromosomes

Having an abnormal number of chromosomes is known as aneuploidy. Aneuploidy opens the window for many possible diseases, and among these are down syndrome, acute lymphocytic leukemia, and acute myeloid leukemia. Normally, baby fetuses have 46 chromosomes; 23 from the sperm cell and 23 from the ovum. However, if there is an abnormal number of […]

Pages: 3 Words: 967 Topics: Biotechnology, Cell, Crispr, DNA, Genetic Engineering

First Common Genetic Clue to Lung Cancer

It is a well known fact that cigarettes can cause lung cancer. Even though this fact is well known, some people smoke daily for their whole lives, and never get the disease. Because of this, there was a search for an explanation. Three studies have found a marker in the same region of DNA that […]

Pages: 3 Words: 756 Topics: Cancer, Cell, Lung Cancer, Smoking

The Brain – an Amazing and Complex Organ

The brain is an amazing and complex organ. It consists of a network of nerve cells (or neurons) that produce thought, memory, action, and feeling. This complex system changes and develops from childhood into adulthood to late life. The changes and development occur to maintain optimal behavioral responses. The brain grows and develops faster than […]

Pages: 2 Words: 459 Topics: Brain, Cell, Microbiology, Neuroscience

Starting Years of the Brain Initiative

The BRAIN initiative objective is to unlock the mystery of the brain. An aspect of cracking this mystery is to map out the intricate neuronal signaling pathways happening between neurotransmitter for various activities. Building onto pre-existing methods and technologies, creating a map of the human brain continued to expand. A technology built on to provide […]

Pages: 2 Words: 526 Topics: Brain, Cell, Mystery, Neuroscience, Scientific Method

Human Anatomy and Physiology (dermis)

Have you ever wondered what structures lied in the dermis layer, or what was responsible for the stimulus reaction behind your involuntary response? Inside this vascularized layer lies microscopic structures. These structures carry out specific functions inside your dermis. These functions could be sweating, secreting, or an involuntary stimulus-response. Among these structures are the arrector […]

Pages: 1 Words: 448 Topics: Anatomy, Cell, Human Body, Physiology, Skin
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