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Isopods

Garden Peacock: example of terrestrial isopod What they are - biological definition Isopods are small crustacean animals (order Isopoda). They can be found in soil and in freshwater, although most species live in seawater (seas and oceans). One of the best known species of Isopods is the Garden Peacock.
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Molecular biology

Molecular Biology: an important branch of the biological sciences What is Molecular Biology - definition Molecular Biology is a scientific discipline and branch of biology that has as its main objective the study of processes that develop in living beings from the molecular point of view. Molecular Biology is directly related to other sciences such as Genetics, Biochemistry, Cytology and Microbiology.
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Menstruation Books

Bibliographic indication for the study on Menstruation Bibliographic indication on Menstruation: Menstruation - the useless bleed Author: Coutinho, Elsimar Publisher: People Menstruation and its myths Author: Vasconcellos, Isabel Publisher: Mercuryo Menstruation Author: Tercelli, Mauricio Publisher: Expression and Art Menstruation Author: Gardner-Loulan, Joann Publisher: Gryphus Menstruation - Everything You Must Know to Feel Good Author: Feinmann, Jane Publisher: Publish A Menstruation Author: Madux, Hilary C.
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Butchers Animals

Hyena: example of a butcher animal What they are (definition and main characteristics) Butcher animals are those that feed on carrion, ie, meat in a state of decay. These animals usually feed on the abandoned carcass of animals that have been hunted by others (predators).
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Leprosy

Mycobacterium leprae: Leprosy-causing bacteria (magnified image under microscope) Cause of the disease Leprosy (formerly known as leprosy) is a contagious infectious disease caused by a microorganism (bacteria) called Mycobacterium leprae. Transmission Transmission occurs through direct contact with untreated patients, as they eliminate the bacilli through the upper respiratory tract amid nasal secretions and droplets of speech, cough and sneeze.
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Active Transport

Active Transport in a Cell What it is - Definition Active transport is the energy used by cells to transport substances across their plasma membrane. Active transport process and main features. This process involves a carrier protein called a pump, which performs transport by carrying a substance across the cell membrane from a lower concentration area to a higher concentration area.
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