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Craig

What causes osmosis?

Osmosis is described in textbooks as a special case of diffusion, where water molecules move from a high to a lower water potential, across a semi-permeable membrane i.e. they move fr...
Omar

Revision guidance

What exactly does studying mean? Should I read, make notes or attempt some questions? How much time should I allocate to my revision? Do you often find yourself asking these questions...
Gideon

Does your dog really love you?

Many people who own dogs (or almost any other pet for that matter) will tell you that they have a deep emotional connection to them. They love their pets. And as in any loving rel...
Kanay

How Stem Cells Can Cure Neurodegenerative Diseases

Your nervous system controls breathing, movement, senses, your consciousness and your memories. It is safe to say your nervous system is incredibly important, and any slight defect ca...
Lolita

A FORETASTE OF THE MEDICAL DEVICE TECHNOLOGY

The medical device sector is one of the largest industry in the healthcare field, focused on new technologies and innovation. A medical device can be defined as an instrument used i...
Md Mohibul

Survival of Bacillus spp. SUBB01 at high temperatures and a preliminary assessment of its ability to protect heat‑stressed Escherichia coli cells

Background: The bacterial stressed state upon temperature raise has widely been observed especially in Escherichia coli cells. The current study extended such physiological investigat...
Thomas

Ecological Relationships

Ecological RelationshipsA summary explanation of the science of Ecological Relationships. A habitat is any place where organisms live.  Organisms can survive only in habitats...
Ankit

Cellular respiration

Cellular respiration is a set of metabolicreactions and processes that take place in thecells of organisms to convert biochemical energy from nutrients into adenosine triphosphate (AT...
Foram

The different ways organisms use ATP.

Adenosine triphosphate is the immediate source of energy in an organism. Animal cells use ATP in many different ways such as synthesis of new cells, synthesis of amino acids, active t...
Margaret

Photosynthesis

The Main Ideas1. Cells need energy in the form of ATP so they can carry out essential jobs.2. Cells make their own ATP and plant cells can make it during photosynthesis as well as res...
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