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Do Unicellular Organisms have a Nucleus ? Yes and No

Do Unicellular Organisms have a Nucleus - paramecium

Do Unicellular Organisms have a Nucleus ? The answer is “Yes” and also “No”. Some of them have while others don’t The unicellular organisms include 1. Bacteria 2. Archea 3. Protozoa 4. Single-celled algae 5. Yeast (Single-celled fungi) Not all unicellular organisms have the nucleus. For example, all the prokaryotic organisms have no nucleus. Yet […]

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How Hormones Work ? Their Mechanism and Inhibition

How Hormones Work

Hormones are the chemical messengers in the animal body. There are many hormones in the human body secreted from endocrine glands. Their function is vital for the normal body physiology. The deficiency or hypersecretion can lead to hormonal disorders in case of malfunction. So, their synthesis and secretion is tightly regulated by the brain. How […]

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Anatomy vs Physiology | The Differences and Significance

Anatomy vs Physiology

Anatomy and physiology are the two important aspects of the study of an organism. One is not complete without the study of another. They are completely inter-related systems in the body. But one is related to structure and other is related to function. Anatomy deals with structure form minute levels to the macro-levels. Similarly, physiology […]

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How are ATP and ADP Related ?

How ATP and ADP are related-

When we discuss how are atp and adp related, we should focus in three aspects like their role in the body, their chemistry and finally their synthesis and location. ATP and ADP are both involved in energy generation to the body, Both of them are energy molecules which can impart required energy for different physiological […]

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Types of Immune Cells | Their Role in Body Defense

Types of Immune Cells

There are different types of immune cells in the body like Lymphocytes Monocytes and macrophages Basophils Neutrophils Eosinophils The cells of the immune system attack the disease-causing agents like microorganisms, parasites and prevent infections. Some of the cells work by neutralization of foreign material. While others eat and destroy the disease-causing microbes. But few of […]

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Test for carbohydrates | Their Methods and Examples

Test for carbohydrates

Carbohydrates are quite common in many samples including our food. The test for carbohydrates are many and vary depending on the type of carbohydrate under analysis. However, we can list out them in 8 tests as below Test for carbohydrates: Fehlings test Molisch’s test Osazone formation test Selivanoff’s test Test for pentoses Keller kiliani test […]

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