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  • Cytokinesis In Onion Lab Report

    Observation of mitosis in Onion root tips Answer the following question to its full explanation: 1. What is Cytokinesis? Compare and contrast cytokinesis between plant and animal cells. Cytokinesis is the last step in cell division, where the cytoplasm divide and the two daughter cells appear. In Animals, the cytokinesis processes occurs through cleavage. Firstly, in the old metaphase plate position, a cleavage furrow is formed. On each sides of the furrow, a contractile ring formed of actin…

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  • Similarities And Differences Between Prokaryotic And Eukaryotic Cells

    There are two main types’ of cells. These are prokaryotic (see diagram 1) and Eukaryotic. ( See diagram 2). Prokaryotic cells are the cells of microorganisms such as Bacteria and Achaea. Eukaryotic cells are basically cells that make all other living things such as humans and animals. You can identify the difference between these cells by their structure they both have a number of features in common but all so lots of differences. The eukaryotic cell has a membrane enclosed organelle called…

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  • Muckle-Wells Syndrome

    Muckle-Wells syndrome (MWS) is a rare genetic disorder that causes hive-like skin rashes, chills, fever, partial or total hearing loss, swollen joints, loss of kidney function, and can eventually lead to amyloidosis in some patients. Muckle-Wells syndrome is named after Thomas J. Muckle and Michael V. Wells who first described the disease in April of 1962 [1]. Muckle-Wells is in a family of diseases called Cryopyrin-Associated Autoinflammatory Syndromes (CAPS) which all are related because they…

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  • Electron Microscope

    Electron microscope (Manning, n.d.) is the instrument used to magnify different scientific artifacts with the used of electron beams to create the illustration of the sample, and has the capacity to magnify two million times of the original specimen. The development of the electron microscope was first known in the year 1931 because Ernst Ruska and Maximoll Knoll magnified electron image successfully, but the equipment was actually constructed in 1933 (Innes, n.d.). The concept of the electron…

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  • Essay On Eukaryotes And Prokaryotes

    Even though systematics previously used more conventional systems such as Chatton’s division of life in to two main cellular groups; the eukaryote-prokaryote dichonomy (cited in Sapp, 2005), as well as Whittaker’s Five Kingdom system to organise all living things (Whittaker, 1969), they do not co-exist compatibly or correctly. The five kingdom system is not phylogenetically correct and eukaryote and prokaryote systems do not take into consideration new sequencing abilities (Kandler, Wheelis &…

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  • Cell Differentiation In The Human Body

    M2: Cell differentiation is the process in which a generic embryonic cell develops into a specialized cell to do a particular job or function which has been triggered by the body or the actual cell itself by signals. The signals are sent to the cell receptor, which interprets the message through a signal transduction pathway. This pathway converts the message into something that the cell is able to recognize and understand. This is how a cell learns its functions and purpose. Cell…

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  • AP Chemistry: Chapter 2 And 26 Guided Chemistry

    An isotope is an atom containing different numbers of neutrons, differing in atomic mass. Basically an atom with a different atomic mass. What’s special about radioactive isotopes is that a radioactive isotope has a nucleus that decays spontaneously giving off particles and energy. 6. Radioactive tracers are used in science to label certain chemical substances, so metabolic processes can be followed and substances can be located in an organism. Radioactive tracers are important diagnostic…

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  • Yellow Fever Research Paper

    Introduction Why are viruses causing such an impact on humans in recent times? H1N1, MERS, swine flu, Zika, chikungunya, one more virus with a strange name always appears to be popping up, threatening to grow into a pandemic. Quite a few of the pathogens that trigger deadly outbreaks are not entirely new viruses. Some of them have evolved with us for centuries. Nowadays, these viruses can travel and infect around the globe with larger efficiency and shorter times than ever before and when they…

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  • Functions Of Membrane Transport

    Textbook Reference: 6.4 What Are the Active Processes of Membrane Transport? Page: 120 5. Barrier formation is only one function of the cell membrane. Describe some other functions of the membrane and discuss how the membrane is suited for those functions. Answer: Membranes function in processing energy transformation and in the organization of chemical reactions. Integral and peripheral proteins contribute to these functions. The membrane serves as a holding site for the catalytic enzymes…

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  • Prokaryotic Cell Biology

    The next topic a student should be schooled in is cells and cellular biology. While cells are the building blocks of all living organism, scientists have confirmed that there are actually different types of cells depending on the organism. The two main classes of organisms are the prokaryotes and the eukaryotes. The prokaryotic is the simpler of the two and are the one-celled organisms such as bacteria and archaea. The interior of a prokaryotic cell consists of a main nucleoid, which contains…

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