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all bacterial cells have
Millie Reply
refamycin kills bacterial cell by acting on ...?
Yogesh Reply
monensin kills bacterial cell by acting on
Yogesh
genetic linkage cross over ratio ?
Yogesh
what is microbiology?
onuoha Reply
Hi!!! wants to know the meaning of microbiology
Christian Reply
Microbiology, study of microorganisms, or microbes, a diverse group of generally minute, simple life-forms that include bacteria, archaea, algae, fungi, protozoa, and viruses. The field is concerned with the structure, function, and classification of such organisms .
si
to study the life of microorganisms or microbes by knowing their characteristics types and relative species in lab
ayesha
Microbiology is simply the study of microbial world.
Shyamji
Microbiology is the branch of biology in which we study microorganisms those which cannot be seen with naked eye these are bacteria,fungi,viruses Protozoa etc.
Nisar
thanks for that information
Better
microbiology, is a study of microorganisms adiversegroup of generally, simple life,
Better
Thanks ever so much for the discussion.
Christian
Can anyone help with Organic Chemistry, and types?
Christian
which topic in organic chemistry
si
Introduction to organic chemistry.
Christian
Organic chemistry is the chemistry of carbon, an element that forms strong chemical bonds to other carbon atoms as well as to many other elements like hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen, and the halogens. ... Many are composed of only carbon and hydrogen, collectively called hydrocarbons.
si
microbiology is the study of microorganisms like (bacteria ,viruses,fungi,protozoa and algae) their relationship to environment and their impact on environment .
TASAWAR
can one tell me what are reservoirs and their types with explanation.
onuoha
structure of protists
Rayyanu Reply
what is enzyme engineering
swati Reply
what is the difference between prokaryotes and eukaryotes?
Guirlaine Reply
Prokaryotes lack nucleus in their cells while eukaryotes have well defined nucleus in their cells
Ayo
Prokaryotes are organisms that consist of a single prokaryotic cell. Eukaryotic cells are found in plants, animals, fungi, and protists. They range from 10–100 μm in diameter, and their DNA is contained within a membrane-bound nucleus. Eukaryotes are organisms containing eukaryotic cells.
Pratibha
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Alexia Reply
cytoplasmic membrane system in eukaryotes is called
Myerlyn Reply
I study in French,but I guess it's the same: we call it as the procaryotes "cytoplasme" but it's structure "cytosquelette" hope I helped.
BENNINI
hi bennini , I studied in English but I want to pursue in French .could u plz help me with French .thanks in advance
si
hi Si Yo, yes,of course how can I help you?
BENNINI
here can I download it where I could study it with relax dear
Irfan
hi
Ruth
ok
Francis
meaning of contagium vivum?
Royce Reply
explain transglutaminase cycle ?
Dilsath Reply
what a tropism in host
Khaliil Reply
HPV vaccine given to school children
Jayani Reply
Differentiation between electron, proton and neutron
Zainab Reply
proton .possitive charge electron . negative charge neutron . having no charge
Kifayat
proton positive charge. electron negative charge. And no charge of the neutron.
Saman
the nucleus is composed of electrons (-) charge and they turn around the Nucleon the Nucleon = neutron(no charge) + proton (+) a neutron can turn to a proton and vice versa (cuz they have the same mass=1)
BENNINI
what are the roles of microorganisms in human being
Buhari Reply
some causes disease, others are not disease causing
Clark
they're necessary in our digestive system+the skin,everywhere actually the number of them in the human body alone is higher(by millions)than the number of humans cells,they're indispensable in the food industry,others are fundamental to make medicines and more,what exactly are you asking about ?
BENNINI

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