Discuss the morphologically the importance of human tissues.
Discuss the physiologically the importance of human tissues.
Discuss the morphological and physiological characteristics of plant organs.
Discuss the reproductive organs of plants
Discuss the various classifications of plant tissue systems.
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Which of the statements below correctly compares features of plant and animal cells? Plant cells have a cell membrane, while animal cells have both a cell wall and a cell membrane. Plant cells have ribosomes only on the rough ER, while animal cells have ribosomes in the cytopl...
What property of water forms a meniscus?
How is phosphorus evident in estuaries?
What type of monomer does ATP represent?
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Relationship between free energy change and metabolism in biological system
What is the role of electron donor and electron acceptor in bioremediation?
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why cells within the same organism have the same ADN, but look and function differently?
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A farmer planted a field of Bt 123 corn and wants to estimate the yield in terms of bushels per acre. He counts 22 ears in 1/1000 of an acre. He determines that each ear has about 700 kernels on average. He also knows that a bushel contains about 90 000 kernels on average. Wha...
In biology I have to make a model of a plasma membrane.. i need a picture that shows a phospolipid bi layer and cell surface markers channel protiens and receptor protiens .. Whats good site for the BESIDES google.. Or do you know a direct link for a picture that could help me...
Question: which is an example of excretion? a) release of sweat from the sweat glands b) removal of carbondioxide from the lungs Please tell me what is the answer. I thought both urea(from the sweat) and CO2 are products of excretion? In fact, my textbook says that "carbo...
One of the way that a virus can avoid being detected by the immune system is to egress from the host cell by: a. lysis b. Excocytosis c. Direct cell cell spread d. budding
Describe the dilemma posed by the taxon representing the protostome to scientists studying systematics in animal kingdom
Hi there, For my biology class we are doing a lab on seed germination. Our job is to create a purpose on what we would like to test in terms of seeds. Could you give me some ideas on what i should test. Thanks a bunch :)
when might you use the "poor-quality website" in an academic Assignment in Biology?
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What is Confidence Interval? Is it better to have a large Confidence Interval or a small Confidence Interval? Briefly explain.
To find the equilibrium constant a. one should take the log10 of the concentration of products over the concentration of reactants none of the above b. none of the answers is correct c. one should measure the concentrations of products and reactants in the cell d. one should c...
Can two different species occupy exactly the same niche? What happens?
Why is polymerization such a useful process for cells to make macromolecules?
Is the side chain of lysine polar or nonpolar? How would lysine interact with phenylalanine (side chain? Explain why.
Can someone please explain: Why are non-coding regions of DNA more discriminating than coding regions? I forgot my textbook at school, and the internet is not providing me with a detailed enough explanation. Thanks.