Samples "Biology"

Biology

Digestion The organs of the gastrointestinal system directly involved with digestion are the mouth, stomach, small intestine and large intestine. Each organ produces different enzymes which are activated or deactivated by changes in the acidity level of the food-fluid mixture as it moves through through the tract. Salivary glands in...

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There has been much debate throughout modern biology about the differences between human and animal genetics. Some differentiate between the concept of the type of cognitive and consciousness development that humans have versus animals, while others look plainly at how effective they are in terms of laboratory studies. The skill...

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Paul Berg is an American molecular biologist and biochemist. Berg was born on June, 30 1926 in Brooklyn, New York (CHF, 2010). Berg underwent high school education at the Abraham Lincoln School where he graduated in 1946. In 1948, Berg received a Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry from Penn State...

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The changing world has led to numerous developments in the ecosystem. Some of the species have become extinct, while new ones have emerged. The changes in the environmental patterns and ecological conditions leading to the innumerable kinds of living things. Notably, Australia has numerous invasive species that have emanated from...

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The transformations occurring in the world under the influence of technological progress change not only the quality of people’s lives making them safer and more comfortable but also the surrounding nature. The chemicals produced by various plants, factories, and billions of automobiles all over the world have triggered greenhouse effect...

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The biochemical process of pheromone component degradation from body and antenna is cardinal for olfaction by permeating sensitivity to incoming pheromones. Substrate-specific enzymes synthesized by moths are responsible for degradation of pheromone components in the body. Studies conducted using pheromone analogues and 3H-labeled pheromones coupled with the application of radioactive...

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IntroductionGenetic exchange plays the key role of enhancing evolution amongst bacteria species. Precisely, accumulated data on nucleotide sequences from various bacterial genera have shown the impacts of recombinations on nucleotide sequences. In regards to the previously mentioned views, a detailed review of mutations and recombinations, and tools used in tracking changes...

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One of the aims of social psychology is to understand the factors that contribute to human behavior. There have been many variables that have been attributed to the development of personality, including culture, biology, and the social environment in which a person grows up. The biological approach to social psychology...

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Colchicine is a plant that is derived from Colchicum autumnale. Mostly, the plant is called autumn crocus. The scientific name is Colchicum autumnale L. Other species include Colchicum speciosum and Bulbocodium vernum L (Walia, 2016). It is a flower that looks like crocuses, but blossoms in autumn. Sometimes it is...

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