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Human lungs

Human lungs: important organs of the respiratory system. Knowing the Lungs of Humans (summary) Lungs are organs that are part of the respiratory system of humans. Each human being has a pair of lungs. Function Gas exchanges between the blood and the environment are performed by the lungs.

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Ecological Relations

Predatism: Inharmonious Ecological Relationship What they are They are the relationships between living beings or between them and the environment. These relationships can be harmonic when there is no loss between the species involved or inharmonious, when one species takes advantage over the other.
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Pantanal Biome

Pantanal: a biome with rich biodiversity General characteristics of the biome The Pantanal is a biome known for its characteristic of flooding for most of its extension and times of the year. Pantanal is reminiscent of our Brazilian Midwest, extensive cattle-raising territories, which have served as a setting for Brazilian dramaturgy.
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Echinoderms

Starfish: One of the Most Known Echinoderms What They Are - Definition Echinoderms are the beings of the phylum Echinodermata (echinos, thorn; derma, skin), usually found at great depths. Summary of the main characteristics of the echinoderms: They are marine animals, free-living, except for crinoids that live fixed to the rocky substrate (sessile) and with radial symmetry that also contains their exception: the sea feathers, which move through the cumin.
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Antibodies

Vaccine: Method of Strengthening the Immune System What it is - biological definition The antibody is a specific protein that reacts only with the foreign body against which it was produced. Action, Antibody Function, and Main Characteristics In the case of an insect bite, the body will produce antibodies against its antigens, that is, if you are bitten by a rubber, the antibodies produced will only combat the effects caused by the rubber, not serving to bites of no other insect.
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Flatworms

Tapeworm Solium: A Platelminth that Parasitates Humans What They Are (Definition) and General Characteristics of Platelminths Platelminths, also popularly known as worms, are animals belonging to the phylum Platyhelminthes, Kingdom Animalia, and Metazoa Sub-Kingdom. The body of the flatworms is flat as they have no respiratory and circulatory systems.
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Turbars

Dugesia sp: example of turbellaria What they are - biological definition Also known as planarians, turbellaria (Turbellaria class) are free-living flatworm worms. There are about 3,000 species of turbellars. Habitat Turbellarians live in freshwater (rivers and lakes), seas (saltwater) and also in wetland soil locations.
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Ciphozoans

Medusa: example of a kyphozoan What they are - biological definition Kiphozoa are animals belonging to the phylum Cnidaria, which live in the seas. There are about 200 (known) species of kyphozoans. Most species of kyphozoans are composed of jellyfish. Summary of Key Characteristics of Cyphozoans - There is a wide range of size and morphology among species.
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Moorish cat

Moorish cat: a common feline in America Moorish cat Scientific name: Puma yagouaroundi Other names: jaguarundi, eira, black maracajá and black cat. Habitat: From the forests of southern Texas (USA) to the Argentine territory. It is also found in Brazilian territory (except in southern RS). It is mainly found near the banks of rivers and lakes.
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Geneticist

Geneticist: an important professional in today's world What is / what he does Geneticist is a professional who works in the field of Genetics, mainly focused on scientific research. Before going into the field of genetics, anyone interested in being a geneticist should take an undergraduate degree in biology or medicine.
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Cartilaginous Fish

Shark: examples of cartilaginous fish What they are - biological definition Scientifically known as chondrictes (Chondrichthyes class), they are fish that have a skeleton composed of cartilage. Summary of the main characteristics of cartilage fish - Skeleton formed exclusively by cartilage.
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Rh factor

Red Blood Cells Introduction - What It Is The Rh blood group is thus known by the fact that the Rh antigen was first identified through research in the blood of a Rhesus monkey. Rh Factor Characteristics and Information People with Rh factor in their red blood cells are identified as Rh + (Rh positive).
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Zoology Books

Bibliographic indication for the study of Zoology Bibliography (book indication on Zoology): Invertebrate Zoology Author: Ruppert, Edward E. Publisher: Roca - Brazil Integrated Principles of Zoology Author: Hickman Jr., Cleveland P .; Roberts, Larry S .; Larson, Allan Publisher: Guanabara Koogan Amphibians and Reptiles of Brazil - Brazilian Zoology Collection Author: Santos, Eurico Publisher: Villa Rica Atlas of Zoology Author: Tola, José Publisher: FTD Atlas of Zoology - Invertebrates Author: Vera, de Haro Publisher: Iberoamerican Freshwater Fish - Brazilian Zoology Collection Author: Santos, Eurico Publisher: Villa Rica Zoology General Author: Storer, I.
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Human Classification in the Animal Kingdom

Human: Hominidae family Introduction Human beings, like all animal and plant species, have a biological taxonomic classification (also known as a scientific classification). This classification is interesting and important because it shows the main biological characteristics of humans and the similarities we have with other animal species.
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Mites

(Enlarged) image of a mite What they are - biological definition Mite is the common name of approximately 30,000 tiny, tick-like arachnids with their head, thorax and abdomen united in a segmented body, but much smaller and impossible size to be seen with the naked eye.
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Rattlesnake

Rattlesnake: venomous and common in Brazil Rattlesnake Snake Scientific name: Crotalus durissus terrificus Habitat - This reptile inhabits wooded areas and fields in much of the Brazilian territory. It is also found in several countries of the American continent, mainly between Mexico and Argentina.
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Arachnology

Arachnology: Arachnid Studies What it is - biological definition Arachnology is a branch of zoology that scientifically studies arachnid animals (Arachnida class). It is a very complex branch of study due mainly to the large number of species in this class. Just to give you an idea, there are about 40,000 spiders cataloged.
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Poisonous Spiders

Brown Spider: Small but Very Poisonous What they are There are several species of spiders that have poison. By stinging a human being can cause, in addition to pain, various health problems. In some cases, they can even cause the death of the person who has been bitten if there is no prompt and effective medical treatment.
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Animal Movement

Snake: Wave Movement Importance of Animal Movement Animals can move in a variety of ways. Some species can perform more than one type of movement, while others have the ability to move in only one way. Movement is extremely important for most animal species because through it they can fetch food and water, evade predators, and migrate to environments more suited to maintaining life and reproduction.
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Down's syndrome

Down Syndrome: Alteration on chromosome 21 What it is - definition Down syndrome consists of a group of genetic alterations, in which there is one more chromosome on chromosome 21. In genetics this phenomenon is known as trisomy. Information and main characteristics of Down Syndrome Patients with this syndrome have learning difficulties and quite variable physical disability.
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Arthropod Classification

Arthropods: wide variety of species Arthropod classes INSECTA - Insects have terrestrial life. - The body is divided into head, chest and abdomen. - Hexapods: have six legs. - They have a pair of antennas. - They have tracheal breathing. Examples of insects: bees, flies, mosquitoes, cockroaches, bed bugs, butterflies, dragonflies and wasps.
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