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    structure on the end of an axon that can form a synapse with another neuron

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what do we mean by transgenic organisms?
FADILAT Reply
what is or are the functions of the Islets of Langarhaans
FADILAT
They are the regions of the pancreas that contains the endocrine cell
Iyadi
is the studly of life
Aisha Reply
what is biology
Asunta Reply
what is soil
Mukisa Reply
the top layer of the earth in which plant's, tree's
Ahmad
type of soil
Asunta
function of cell wall
Nthati Reply
function of cell wall
Asunta
To protect the cell from bursting
Maurice
to protect the cell from bursting
Deborah
What is escherichia coli
Tumise Reply
in what type of cells is meiosis taking place?
Rhyeann Reply
sex cells
Eric
hlo
Amit
reproductive system of earthworm plzz describes
Amit
applications of biology
Namawejje Reply
what is dormancy?
Aliyu Reply
hello guys what's the difference between prokaryotes and eukaryotes
Nwachukwu Reply
hlo what are the applications of biology?
Namawejje
eukaryotic cells have DNA in their nucleus while prokaryotic cells have their DNA present freely in their cytoplasm.
FADILAT
deviation from mendelian
Ogali Reply
what is lethal allele
Ogali
Explain how chemical , bioligical and physical interaction between themselves and the non living components ?
Beyan Reply
what is Tissues
Faith Reply
Group of similar cells performing some related functions We have some type of tissues Connective Muscle Epithelial Nervous tissues
peter
group of cells that is called tissue.
Nikita
tissue is the arrangement or combination of similar cells that perform the same function .
FADILAT
what is abiotic?
Williams Reply
state 2 abiotic factors that affect the rate of transpiration in plants?
Benenge
non living things
Chris
1) temperature:the temperature of the atmosphere affects the opening and closing of the stomata in the leaves of plants .high temperature encourages water loss . 2)wind : air flow encourages transpiration in plants . example,plants that are found on high areas like mountains transpire easily
FADILAT
I agree with Fadilat Muhammad In addition, water plants tend to reserve water during dry seasons so if they are not given plenty of water, they keep the water to them selves
Iyadi
what is a cell
Esther Reply
structural and functional group is called cells
Nikita
the structural and functional unit of life is called cell. the cell was discovered by Robert hook in 1665Ad.
ROHIT
The structural functional of unit is called cell
Anas
The structural and functional unit of cell
Anas
Halim I am. A biological cell is the basic unit of life made up of protoplasm, organelles, a mitochondria where ATP, adenosinetriphosphate produces our energy, and a membrane barrier that envelopes the entire cell separating the internal and the external like our epidermis skin.
halim
is isn't the cell
Amarachi
cell is the functional unit or basic unit of life
Deborah
hello.the cell is defined as the basic structural and functional unit of life.it is responsible for the information and activities of an organism.
FADILAT
Robert Hooke discovered cells while observing the bark of a tree under a microscope.the name CELL was given to the tiny structures or compartments because they looked like the cells of monks
FADILAT

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