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What is the cell ? / कोशिका क्या होती है ?

“The cell is basic structural and unit of all known organism”, अगर आप गूगल पर ‘what is the cell?’ खोजेंगे तो ये व्याख्या आपको मिल जाएगी। पर इसको हम संक्षिप रूप से कहेंगे तो 38 more words

[Eukaryote] Animal and Plant cell differences

Here are differences between Plant and Animal cell:

  • Cell Wall (not found in animal cell)
    • This is rigid strong outer layer that protects cell from osmosis (bursting) and supports the cell by maintaining the shape.
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Microbiology

The Great Mystery of Biology: The Eukaryote Cell’s Origin

The origin of eukaryotes is one of the hardest and most intriguing problems in the study of the evolution of life, and arguably, in the whole of biology.”(Koonin, 2015) 975 more words

Eukaryotic cell components

Here are basic cell components of eukaryotes:

All cells have: (also found in Prokaryotes)

  • Cell Wall (not found in animal cell)
    • This is rigid strong outer layer that protects cell from osmosis (bursting) and supports the cell by maintaining the shape.
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Microbiology

Beyond the Mountains of Westworld: Part 3b - The Emergence of Consciousness

       Manufacturing another host on HBO’s Westworld

As previously discussed the physicist, futurist and popularizer of science Michio Kaku presented a model on consciousness in his book… 1,552 more words

H.P. Lovecraft

Polyploidy

328. Heslop-Harrison JS. 2017. Polyploidy. In: Reference Module in Life Sciences, Elsevier, ISBN: 978-0-12- 809633-8, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-12-809633-8.06934-X (££$$€€) (see https://www.elsevier.com/solutions/sciencedirect/content/reference-modules for information about the series.)

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Publications

Nitrogen Breathing Animals – Single-Celled Animals that will Survive at all Costs

As a writer I try and provide some sort of possible reasoning behind my stories – I feel it makes them more realistic and plausible and the “what if” factor is a great thing to leave with a reader long after they’e finished the book.

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