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    If deoxyribonucleotides that lack the 3’-OH groups are added during the replication process, what do you expect will occur?

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please which procedure can I use in growing salmonella
Shimi Reply
Classification of fungi
Rabbiyatou Reply
chemical properties of solid
Khadija Reply
describe anatomy of bacterial cell
Okweka Reply
bacteria has rigid cell wall which maintain it's shape (rod , coccus, spiral)
ayesha
lichen rocella source of
JAMADAR Reply
what does that mean
Maryam
lichen rocella source of please explain
Khalil
what is microorganisms
Khalil Reply
organism which cannot be seen with naked eye they need microscopes to be viewed.They are found everywhere from extreme cold places to hot springs.Some are boon to humans while some are bane.
Khushi
what does CD4 cells mean?
Oyong Reply
cell is the basic and structure functional unit of the body
Khalil
CD4 is a receptor that recognises antigens on the surface of a virus infected cell and secretes lymphokins that stimulate B cells and killer T cells.
Simon
Define microbiology
Simon
microbiology is the study of microorganisms that are too small to be seen with naked eye
Khushi
State the types of nutrients
Simon
What is carbohydrates
Simon
What is Name given to body building food?
Simon
carbohydrates is large group of organic compounds found in food and living tissues.Eg. starch ,cellulose,sugars
Khushi
body building food- proteins
Khushi
Define microbiology The bronch of science which deals the study microorganisms and their effect on other living organisms.
Khalil
types of nutrients macronutrients and micronutrients
Khushi
I really appreciate that my dear thanks
Simon
you're welcome
Khushi
Microbiology is the study of all living organisms that are too small to be visible with the naked eye. This includes bacteria, archaea, viruses, fungi, prions, protozoa and algae, collectively known as 'microbes'. These microbes play key roles in nutrient cyclin
mustafe
I want to join this group
Anastasia
In what way do carriers influence epidemics?
Crizzabarquero Reply
causes of occult blood
Acuc Reply
how can we highlight the text book?
Martha Reply
need to be sign in online to highlight
Martha
what do you mean
Zahreen
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Judy
what is anatomy
Suleiman Reply
human anatomy is the study of the structure of the human body
Roja
in Gram staining what is primary stain
Obed Reply
crystal violet
Mounika
Gentian violet
fiftrate
The initial infection with human cytomegalovirus most commonly occurs: A. during early childhood, by exchange of body fluids. B. in utero, by transplacental transmission from a latently infected pregnant woman. C. by transfer of saliva between young adults. D. by sexual intercourse. E. as a result of blood transfusion or organ transplantation.
Zahraa Reply
The initial infection with human cytomegalovirus most commonly occurs: A. during early childhood, by exchange of body fluids. B. in utero, by transplacental transmission from a latently infected pregnant woman. C. by transfer of saliva between young adults. D. by sexual intercourse. E. as a result o
Zahraa
define the most serious disease affects the human affects reproductive organs?
nuur
e. coli is one of the most common infectors of the urinary tract. it can attach to epithelial cell in the urethra and resist the pressure of voiding through____
Simeon Reply
adhesins and pili
Mounika
the product obtained by simplest conventional microbial process is
shridhan Reply
the product obtained by simplest conventional microbial fermentation process is
shridhan
curd
Mounika
beer cheese
Khushi

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Source:  OpenStax, Microbiology. OpenStax CNX. Nov 01, 2016 Download for free at http://cnx.org/content/col12087/1.4
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