Actin: example of contractile protein Introduction (classification criteria) Proteins can be classified according to the functions they perform in the body. Carrier proteins These are the proteins that carry molecules in and out of cells. They are plasma membrane proteins.
Bibliographic indication for the study of Human Parasitology Bibliography (indication of Human Parasitology books): Parasitology - parasites and parasitic diseases Author: Rey, Luis Publisher: Guanabara Themes: Medicine, Health, Infectious Diseases, Parasitology Manual of Parasitology Author: Berenguer, Jaime Gallego Publisher: Argos Themes: Medicine, Health, Clinical Pathology Basic Parasitology Author: Filippis, Thelma de Publisher: Atheneu Themes: Human Parasitology, Health, Medicine Human Parasitology Author: Neves, David Pereira Publisher: Atheneu Themes: Human Parasitology, Health, Infectious Diseases, Medicine Parasitology and Human Mycology Author: Moraes Publisher: Guanabara Themes: Human Parasitology, Health, Infectiousness Manual of Human Parasitology Author: Various Publisher: Editus - UESC Themes: Human Parasitology, Health, Infectology Medical Parasitology - text and atlas Author: Cheadle, Russel Publisher: Premier Themes: Human Parasitology, Health, Clinical Pathology Parasitolog ia Dinâmica Author: Neves, David Pereira Publisher: Atheneu Themes: Human Parasitology, Health, Infectious Diseases Bases of Medical Parasitology Author: Rey, Luis Publisher: Guanabara Themes: Human Parasitology, Health, Medicine Atlas of Parasitology Author: Bittencourt Neto, João Batista Publisher: Atheneu Themes: Human Parasitology, Health, Medicine What We Should All Know: Animal and Plant Parasites Author: Barroso, Sebastião Publisher: Catilina Themes: Parasitology, Health
Hemophilia: Need for Constant Blood Transfusions What It Is - Definition Hemophilia is a congenital and hereditary disease. Its carriers suffer from difficult-to-control hemorrhages, which can occur either spontaneously or through minor trauma. Understanding More About Haemophilia: Key Features These haemorrhages occur due to a deficiency in the blood clotting of hemophiliacs.
Bibliographic indication for the study of Microbiology Bibliography (book indication on Microbiology): Food Microbiology Author: Franco, Bernadette DG De M. Publisher: Atheneu Microbiology Author: Trabulsi, Luiz Rachid Publisher: Atheneu Microbiology and Simplified Pharmacology Author: Tavares, José Caetano Publisher: Revinter Illustrated Microbiology Author: Harvey, Richard A.
Genetic diversity: related to biodiversity What it is - definition Genetic diversity is the degree of gene variety within a single species (animal or plant). It corresponds to the total number of genetic characteristics in the genetic composition of species or subspecies. Remember that genetic diversity is not the same as genetic variability.
Lobster: example of crustacean What they are - biological definition Crustaceans are invertebrate animals and belong to the class of arthropods. This classification includes beings with articulated legs but no backbone. Also in this category are barnacles (found in coastal ecosystems), shrimp, lobster and crab.
Jellyfish: also known as jellyfish What is - biological definition Jellyfish, also known as jellyfish, is a marine animal. There are currently about 1,500 cataloged jellyfish species. Summary of the main features of a jellyfish - They have tentacles that can burn the skin of a person who touches it.
Metazoa Kingdom: multicellular and heterotrophic animals What is - biological definition Also known as Animal Kingdom and Animalia kingdom, The Metazoa Kingdom is made up of multicellular living beings (composed of more than one cell) and heterotrophs (unable to make their own food ). Main phyla of the kingdom Metazoa and their characteristics: Vertebrate strands - Amphibians: animals that have the ability to live in water and also on land.
True Coral Snake: One of the Most Venomous in Brazil Key Features of the True Coral Snake: The true coral snake is a small snake. It has a strong color and easily recognized: striped in black, red and yellow. It is a venomous, ie poisonous snake. It is considered one of the most poisonous in Brazil due to the high toxicity of its poison.
Bibliographic indication for the study of the Human Genome Bibliography (indication of books on the Human Genome): The Human Genome Project - Folha Explains Author: Teixeira, Monica Publisher: Publifolha Human Genome Project - Utopia of the Genetically Perfect Man Author: Souza, Valdomiro José de Publisher: Loyola Dna Recombinante - Genes and Genomes Author: Witkowski, Jan A.
Anurans: amphibians without tail and body adapted to jumping What they are - biological definition Anurans are amphibian animals that have no tail, such as frogs, frogs and tree frogs. The name comes from Greek, where it means without and uros means tail. Summary of the main characteristics of anurans: - They have no tail.
Kilopod: Many Articulated Legs What they are - biological definition Kilopods are animals that have a large number of articulated legs. They are arthropods and are part of the Chilopoda class. There are currently about 580 species of kilopods described. Summary of main features: - The body is composed of head and trunk.
Sponges: aquatic life invertebrates What they are and examples Sponges are aquatic life invertebrates, with most species living in saltwater. They are also called porifers. Examples of these animals are the approximately twelve thousand species of marine sponges in the world.
Poultry: classification into several orders Poultry orders: - Order Accipitriformes - Order Anseriformes - Order Apodiformes - Order Apterygiformes - Order Bucerotiformes - Order Caprimulgiformes - Order Cariamiformes - Order Charadriiformes - Order Ciconiiformes - Order Coliiformes - Order Columbiformes - Order Coraciiformes Order Cuculiformes - Order Eurypygiformes - Order Falconiformes - Order Galliformes - Order Gaviiformes - Order Gruiformes - Order Leptosomiformes - Order Mesitornithiformes - Order Musophagiformes - Order Otidiform - Order Passeriformes - Order Pelecaniformes - Order Phaethontiformes Order Phaethontiformes - Order Procellariiformes - Order Psittaciformes - Order Pteroclidiformes - Order Rheiformes - Order Sphenisciformes - Order Strigiformes - Order Struthioniformes - Order Suliformes - Order Tinamiformes - Order Trogoniformes Did you know?
Rodents: powerful teething What they are and their main characteristics Rodents are mammalian animals of the order Rodentia. There are about two thousand rodent species in the world. There is great diversity among rodents, but there is one feature in common with all of them: strong and powerful teething. With their incisive teeth they can gnaw various types of food, as well as wood and even some types of stones.
Fire salamander: a poisonous species What they are - biological definition Salamanders are amphibious animals belonging to the order of caudates. There are species of salamanders that live on land, while others are aquatic (mainly live in the river substrate). There are also those who are amphibious, that is, they have the ability to live in both water and land.
Platelminths: worms of various types Platelminth classes TURBELLARIA - The turbellars have a simple body with ciliated epidermis. - Incomplete digestive system. - Most of these animals have a free life. - Locomotion made by eyelashes. - They have muscle suction cups and adhesive glands. Examples: planarians: Dugesia tigrina and Geoplana burmeisteri.
Viviparous: development of the embryo in the mother's womb What they are - biological definition Viviparous are animals whose embryo develops within the mother's womb. Thus all placental mammals (eutherians) are viviparous animals. This type of animal reproduction is known as viviparity. Summary of main features: - In viviparous animals the nutrition of the embryo (and after the fetus) is performed in the maternal placenta.
Otter: carnivorous and excellent swimmer Data and main features: - Name: otter is a generic name, popularly used to refer to various mammalian animal species of the Lutrinae subfamily. - There are 13 species of otters. The best known are: European otter (Lutra lutra), Giant otter (Pteronura brasiliensis), Eastern Dwarf otter (Amblonyx cinereus) and Sea otter (Enhydra lutris).
Bluebottle: Example of Diptera Insect What they are - biological definition Diptera are insects that belong to the Diptera group. The word originates from the Greek, where di means two and ptero means wing. Therefore, the main feature that differentiates insects from this group from others is the presence of two wings.
Introduction Echinoderms can, according to their body characteristics, be divided into five classes. Asteroid Class Main features: They have 5 arms that start in a disc located in the center of the animal's body. Example: starfish Echinoidea Class Main features: have a round or flat body.