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    isomers

    molecules that differ from one another even though they share the same chemical formula

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Questions & Answers

why the applied science are deal with problem of world?
John Reply
what the importance of Anatolia?
John
when did nature science come to be achieve in life?
John
why do most organisms store lipids instead of carbohydrates
Anthony Reply
Amyloids and prions are all the following EXCEPT:
Malek Reply
who introduced cell
Angel Reply
what is the control system of the nervous system
Milly Reply
is for the passage of blood vasscles
Jabbie
what is cell
Kasu
@Kasu kasu, a cell is the basic unit of all living organisms. it's the structural and functional unit of all organisms.
Leadership
correct
Merub
Which cells causes cancer ?
Merub
what is the main function of the heart
Tessy Reply
the heart pumps blood through out the body
Wakilu
who introduced cell
Angel
How is xylem & phloem adapted to their function
John Reply
What is the importance of biodiversity?
London Reply
histology of the gonads means what
Modesta Reply
Explain the effect of insulin on a named target organ
Blessed Reply
as how
Steve
it increases the rate of glucose consumption
Steve
I think it increases the rate of energy consumed
Steve
glucose ,energy wat shld we take
ama
the effect of insulin on a named organ*** insulin carries out it's effect on an organ called the LIVER.. INSULIN helps to convert excess Glucose in the body to Glycogen (animal fat)..... The inability of the pancreas to produce insulin results in sugar disease called DIABETES MELLITUS....
Emmanuel
hi I wanted to know the difference between hydrotropism and xerotropism
Steve Reply
according to me hydrotropism refers to a condition where living organism such as plants adapts its self to wet conditions for example a water lilly is a Hydrophyte while xerotropism is a condition where living organisms such as cuctus has the ability to adapt itself to dry condition
John
what is fragmentation
Dari Reply
fragmentation simply means scartted
John
la fragmentation est une subdivision d'une particule ou d'une cellule en fragments!!
Louis
so fragmentation means subdivition thanks Louis Sepi
John
yes john !! we can say like that!!
Louis
what is the function of cellulose fibres in a plant cell
John
it is for storing food for plants
Steve
la cellulose est tu forme de stockage des glucides chez les plantes
Louis
Thanks louis but your language can't be easily understood could you please put it in simple terms? please
John
it is because I am mostly written in French!!
Louis
then please try using britain or American English
John
is there a specific number of cells that an organism has to be with
Isaac Reply
how water vapour loss is affected by stomata
Tlotliso Reply
distinguish between archaebacteria and kingdom eubacteria
Anita Reply
what is the name of the sweetest elements on earth
Josiah
how is earth sweet
Olisa

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