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  • test 1 practice test with answers

    the most correct response to answer the statement. ___1. Archaea a. belong to the kingdom Protista b. have petidoglycan in their...

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  • C. Trachomatis

    passed from mom to baby during birth in the form of eye infections and pneumonia. HOW WAS IT DISCOVERED? c. Trachamotis was first...

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  • Potential of Adult Stem cells

    potential for adult stem cell research? The capability to revert blindness, cure diabetes, let paralyzed people walk again, replace deficient...

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  • Cells

    Assignment # : The cell is the basic structural and functional unit of all known living organisms. It is the smallest unit of life that is...

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  • The Observation of Bacteria in Pond Water, Cheek Cells, and E. Coli, S. Aureus, M.smegmatis under Compound Light Microscope by Using Staining Technique

    Pyogenes under the Compound Light Microscope INTRODUCTION: A German bacteriologist, Dr. Theodore von Escherich, was the first man in 1885...

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  • essays

    A cell is capable of independent existence and can carry out all the functions which are necessary for a living being. A cell...

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  • BIO 104 Chapter 3

    Chapter 3  Cell Function and Structure Wonder Drug j What You Will Be Learning 3.1 How Penicillin Was Discovered 3.2...

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  • Alcatraz

    Alcatraz held less than 1% of the total Federal prison population). Many prisoners actually considered the living conditions (for instance, one man to a...

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  • Microscopic Cell Observation

    English scientist who looked at a thin slice of cork (oak cork) through a compound microscope and observed tiny, hollow, roomlike structures...

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  • Cell

    related to cell discovery Study of Microscope Study of Hypotonic/Isotonic/ Hypertonic solutions relation to osmosis. Cell...

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  • Bucky Balls

    to form a ball. They were discovered on accident when scientists were trying to vaporize carbon. The unnamed atom product was appealing to the...

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  • Aditya

    living units called cells. 2. Organisms consisting of only one cell are called unicellular organisms. e.g. Paramecium, Amoeba,...

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  • The Microbial World

    Cell Theory Robert Hooke coined the term “cell” in 1665, based on his initial microscopic observations of cork....

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  • A Brief History of Antibiotics, Antibiotic Resistance, and Antibiotic Alternatives

    antibiotic, penicillin, was discovered in 1928, and introduced in 1929 when Alexander Fleming published his seminal paper in the British...

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  • This is carzy

    cyanobacteria) and eukaryotes (fungi, mosses, ferns, gymnosperms and angiosperms) were included under ‘Plants’. It is based on the presence of...

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  • Bio Notes

    that got free (typically very small) and are more closely related to cells that they affect No monophyletic group at all. Group based on...

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  • The History of Cell Theory

    The History of Cell Theory As we all probably know today, every single living being is made up by cells – the building blocks...

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  • Soapstones

    speaker. She is a woman who has a picture of Henrietta Lacks hanging on her wall. As she was in her community college biology...

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  • Penicillin Essay

    agent produced naturally by the microbe Penicilium notatum; a form of filamentous fungus. Originally discovered by Ernest Duschesne in 1896,...

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  • Antibiotic Resistance in Bacteria

    resistant to these medicines. Antibiotic resistance can be the result of different things. One cause of resistance could be drug abuse. There are people...

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