Poaceae Family And Oryzoide Subfamily

Rice (Oryza sativa (2n = 24) is a monocot plant and belongs to the Poaceae family and Oryzoidea subfamily. ...

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The Development Of Colorectal Cancer

Colorectal Cancer (CRC) presents in two varieties: hereditary and sporadic ...

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Dna Repair

By the term DNA REPAIR we refer to the process by which a cell identifies and corrects damage to DNA molecule that encodes its genome. ...

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Drosophila Optic Lobe

How progenitor cells develop into mature neurons in the CNS remains to be elusive. Neuroepithelial (NE) cells in flies follow a similar program of neurogenesis ...

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Byks Antibodies Of Immune System

Monoclonal antibodies are made in the laboratory and their prime function is to enhance the bodies own immune system and eradicate any disease that may be present in the body more effectively than the bodies own immune system alone. ...

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Immunology

An examination of the concepts used in immunology prompts us to wonder about the origins and the legitimacy of the notions of self and non-self ...

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Dwarf Rabbit Research Paper

The ideal home for two dwarf rabbits is 120 cm x 60 cm. Of course the bunny won't hate you for getting a larger cage for just himself ...

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Pain

PAIN RELIEF USING NON-STEROIDAL ANTI-INFLAMMATORY DRUGS (NSAIDS): MECHANISMS OF ACTION AND THE RISE AND FALL OF VIOXX. ...

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Staphylococcus

There is a big concern with bacterial resistance and this has increased significantly in recent years. ...

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Diabetes Mellitus Type 1 And Type 2

Diabetes mellitus (DM) is a metabolic disorder consists of two major types namely type I and type II. ...

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Transcription In Prokaryotes And Eukaryotes

Proteins holds significant important functions for every living organism ...

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Green Revolution Technologies

Green revolution technologies arrived in Pakistan in the 1960s through the introduction of high yielding varieties (HYVs). ...

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Transcription

Transcription is the process of making ribonucleic acid (RNA) by using the DNA genetic information code. ...

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Eye Laser Procedure

A person has to go through a few stages before he or she is ready to go for an eye corrective surgery ...

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Bio Labreport Of Garlic

What images come to mind when we think about garlic? ...

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Pisum Sativa

The effect of Pisum sativa seeds germinating while soaked in water for 24 hours, and seeds wrapped in paper towel for an additional 24 and 48 hours on the rate of oxygen consumption (ml/min) as measured by respirometers surrounded by a 25C water bath ...

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Wat And Bat

Adipose tissue is specialized connective tissue that plays an important part in controlling whole-body energy homeostasis. ...

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Anaemia

Anaemia is a syndrome characterised by a lack of healthy red blood cells or haemoglobin deficiency in the red blood cells, resulting in inadequate oxygen supply to the tissues. ...

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Middle Aged Woman Case

A middle-aged woman was admitted to hospital suffering from sub-acute liver failure. She presented with jaundice ...

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Blood Cells

The red blood cell count is an estimation of the number of red blood cells (RBCs) per litre of blood. ...

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Hiv Infected Injection

The first evidence of Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection in Pakistan was reported in 1987 among patients receiving tainted blood or blood products ...

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The Staple Food

Bread has always been considered as the staple food of choice in Northern Africa and it was probably the first ever man produced processed food, and still remains the most universally accepted. ...

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South Asians

South Asian people make up four per cent (2,455,964) of the total UK population (61,399,118) ...

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Cortical Visual Areas

The discovery and analysis of cortical visual areas is a major accomplishment of visual neuroscience. ...

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Lipids

Lipids are biological molecules made up of carbon, hydrogen and oxygen. ...

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Controlled Slow Cooling

The oocyte will undergo chilling sensitivity and osmotic instability when they are cooled to the sub zero temperatures. ...

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Mechanistic Pathway

Mechanistic pathways by which the membrane bound or embedded protein achieves channel formation are one of the most fundamental questions asked in cell biology. ...

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History Of E.coli

E.coli is one of the commonly found bacteria found in the intestine of human beings and animals and is typically harmless ...

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Personal Responses

So it has been two days of taking this HIV course and I feel as if I am starting to gain some more interest in the subject and what it entails. ...

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The Biotechnological Applications Of Stem Cells

The focus on Stem Cell Research recently has increased immensely mainly due to their potential utility in numerous biomedical applications ...

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Flavodoxin Protein Bioinformatics Cw2

The aim of this report was to design oligonucleotide primers for a Flavodoxin protein from an unknown Desulfovibrio species. ...

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Extremophile

Extremophile term come from the combination of Latin and Greek words. ...

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Microdamage And Bone Remodelling

In addition to its role in calcium homeostasis, the bone remodelling process is essential for maintaining the structural integrity of the skeleton ...

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Algal Polysachharides In Food Industry

The consumption of polysaccharides as dietary fibres has gained importance over the last few years mainly because of their ability to improve health. Marine algae have been used as dietary supplements by maritime societies since centuries ago [1]. Seaweeds were also used as supplements in animal meals, fertilizers and soil conditioners [2]. ...

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The Germination Of Radish Seeds

Alleleopathy is an area of research that investigates the harmful and beneficial effects that plants have on one another through their creation of chemical compounds which escape into the environment. ...

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