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    blood urea nitrogen (BUN)

    estimate of urea in the blood and an indicator of kidney function

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if an organism is cartilaginous is fully capable of a protecting the internal organs
Verah Reply
what is different between cell and tissue
Rose Reply
cell is the functional and structural unit of life while tissue is a group of cells aggregate to perform a similar or particular function
Tajudeen
cell is the basic unit of life while tissue is group of related cells that perform the same function Eg. the nerve tissue is made up of nerve cells
AAGifty
please what is meant by mutation
Kyere Reply
mutation is the change in DNA which results in the evolution
Shshank
what is binominal nomenclature?
Furaha Reply
the system of naming organisms depending on their xtics of origin
Vincent
The system of naming organisms using two-words Latin names
Agyeiwaa
what is the fate of reduced NAD in cell metabolism
namirembe Reply
what is plant cell
OLUWAKEMI Reply
what is the importance of meoisis
Kamasa Reply
it also aids in formation of pollen grain in anther and formation of ovules in ovary of flowering plant
Orawo
it also aids in formation of sperm or ova in animals
Orawo
explain the function of the skeleton
Jonathan Reply
skeleton is mainly the infrastructure of the organisms
Shshank
what 's different between immunity and vaccination
Symon Reply
vaccination simply refers to as drugs usually injected,most times in a liquid form given to a person or an animal,while immunity refers to a source of prevention usually in a liquid form that help in disease prevention
Grace
In children
Grace
Golgi apparatus helps in the formation of lysosomes
Diana
what is the difference between placenta and umbilical cord?
Grace Reply
No difference
Onwane
what's golgi apparatus.
Grace
What is biology
Rita Reply
is the study of living things
Kisa
biology is the study of living and non living things
Tinta
Biology is the study of living things
Addai
the study of living organisms
Furaha
Biology is the study of living organism or things
Rose
Biology is the study of both living and non living things
Funteh
distinguish between sex linked characters and sex limited characters
Kisa Reply
what is active transport
Jessy Reply
why is diffusion important
Jessy
dissolved substance move with in the cytoplasm by diffusion
Kisa
what role does mutation play in the process of evolution
Kisa
active transport refers to the movement of certain molecules or substances from lower to higher concentration with the help of energy or ATP
Shshank
mutation occurs due to change in DNA and DNA forms our body & if DNA changes then our body also acquire some changes & these changes gradually leads to the evolution of new species
Shshank
what's the meaning of inductive reasoning and deductive reasoning
Godfred Reply
inductive reason means the method of ones experiences and observation including things learn from others are synthesized to come up with a general truth
Adoma
deductive reasoning starts with a statement or hypothesis and then test to see if it's true through observation where inductive reasoning starts with observations and moves backwards towards generalizations and theories
michelle
Deductive guarantees the truth of the conclusion,if the premises are true whereas inductive does not guarantees the truth of the conclusion,but only makes it more reasonable for us to believe the conclusion.
Mule
what is DNA?
Dravin Reply
DNA is a complex molecule that contains all of the information necessary to build and maintain an organism.
Chinese
Deoxyribonucleicacid.🤔
John

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