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what is Algae
Ayan Reply
a group of organise that has the ability to do photosysnetic
Adonor
what is sneez
Sulaiman Reply
sneez is a involuntary expansion of air
dalaa
what is approach
dalaa
approach is to get near samething approach comes from Latin word means go near to you can physically
Ayan
what is a prokaryotic organism
Al Reply
prokaryotic are cells which lack a nucleus. pro means false and yotic is nucleus...prokaryotic cells they don't have nucleus, nuclear membrane and organelles example bacteria.
Henok
These are unicellular organisms that lack organelles or other internal membrane bound structures .. for example they do not have nucleus and its membrane. e.g Escherichia coli bacterium
Mosimanegape
yes
Kennedy
Hello please can someone help me with protein synthesis explanation
Ishaq Reply
Protein synthesis is the process in which cells make proteins. It occurs in two stages: transcription and translation. Transcription is the transfer of genetic instructions in DNA to mRNA in the nucleus. It includes three steps
Siaw
what is microorganisms
Noble Reply
microorganisms are very minutes living things that are seen under microscope only,
emanuel
micro organisms are small living things that can not be seen with the hunam naked eye
Kessy
Micro organisms are minutes organisms that can not be seen with the human naked eye but with the aid of a microscope .
Siaw
the contribution that they made the following people to microbiology John snow , Louis Pasteur,klebs and Fredrick loeffler
Sandra Reply
what that contribute?
Aisha
scope of microbiology
Mahira Reply
investigating role of microorganisms in environment, medicine, food,atmosphere studying in depth physiology,diversity and metabolic process played by microorganism in relation to target environment
Muhammad
sir microbiology nursing 1st book c p bavaj pdf send
Kamlesh
What is the cause of headache
Peter Reply
i don,t know.i want to know clear and proper .
Fazal
my opinion it's sign and symptom for more diseases or disorders.
Abdullahi
which microbals are likely to be find on the skin but they don't cause infection.
osward Reply
what is the difference between prokaryotic and eukaryotic?
Brian Reply
how many types of cell
Brian Reply
Two PLANT AND ANIMAL CELL
Shafi
actually we have two major types eukaryotic and prokaryotic eukaryotic may me unicellular as yeast or multicellular as plant ,animal, algae,fungi prokaryotic as bacteria
Khaled
hi, what are the most important things i should focus on to passed this class
Mulbah
guys I know is out of topic but I really need help
Mulbah
Hi
Brian
hi, any tips on this subject
Mulbah
you only need to focus on your study and you should expand your time of studying if there is any blockage for you
Alieu
Hi dear any one can splain how it is made Collagen peptide
natural
It's made of many bonds and proteins that are used to block
Lee
what is the evolutionary Trent of butterfly
ANTHONY
the history of cell theory.
Usman Reply
what are the principle of gram staining?
Hussaina
gram positive bacteria have matrix 10% and murein 90% which consists of peptidoglycan about four layers (very thick). gram negative bacteria have matrix 90% and murein 10% which consists of peptidoglycan about 2 layers (thin)
Khaled
so in gram positive bacteria : purple stain is trapped make alcohol can't leach it in gram procedure so appear purple (violet) in gram negative bacteria : purple stain is leached by alcohol and red stain of safranin after leaching give red colour appearance to gram negative.
Khaled
Name 4 Afb positive and negative bacteria?
sujay Reply
e coli staphylococcus streptococcus pseudomomas
Matilda
what invention
MALAMI Reply
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Teressa
learn about micro bacterium tuberculosis
Dian
What are the conventional methods of microorganism detection?
Anna Reply
What are the convectional methods for microorganism detection
Anna

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