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Plant Cell

Plant Cell: Various Types of Plant Functions What It Is The plant cell is very similar to the animal cell, it only differs from the second because it has a few more organelles, such as the cell wall and chloroplasts. Components and Functions The plant cell is made up of protoplasmic components (nucleus, endoplasmic reticulum, cytoplasm, ribosomes, golgi complex, mitochondria, lysosomes and plasts.
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Virology Books

Virology Books: nominated bibliography Bibliography (Virology book nomination): Introduction to Human Virology Author: Romanos, maria T. V and others Publisher: Guanabara Themes: Virus, Microbiology, Biology, Infectious Diseases, Medicine, Health. Veterinary Virology Author: Flores Publisher: UFSM Themes: Virus, Microbiology, Biology, Animal Science Virology Laboratory Author: Candeias, José A.
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Teiú

Teiú: a very common reptile in Brazil What it is - biological definition Teiú is a reptile belonging to the Teiidae family (scaly reptiles, with elongated body and developed limbs). Teiú is a popular name for several Tupinambis reptile species. The web is a very common animal in Brazil.
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Leather turtle

Leatherback Turtle: the largest turtle of all species Summary of Key Information and Features: - The leatherback turtle is a reptile that inhabits deep-sea areas in the oceans. Females approach the coast at the time of spawning, as they lay their eggs on the sea sands. - The scientific name of the leatherback turtle is Dermochelys coriacea.
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Karyoplasma

Karyoplasma: rich in organic molecules What it is (definition) Karyoplasma, also known as nucleoplasma, halioplasma or karyolymph, is an aqueous (semi-liquid) solution composed of proteins, nucleotides, RNAs, nucleosides and ions. In this compound are the nucleoli and chromatin dipped.
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Pharmacology

Pharmacology: science focused on the study of medicines What is Pharmacology Pharmacology is a science that studies the production, composition and effects of chemicals (medicines, for example) in the body of humans. Main objectives of pharmacology: - medicinal properties of certain chemical substances (drugs, medicines); - physical and chemical composition of drugs; - absorption of drugs by the body; - action of drugs to combat certain diseases; - effects of associations between different remedies; - excretion of medicines by the body; Curiosity: - The professional who works in this area is called a pharmacist or pharmacologist.
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