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Tag Archives: Cell-Biology

Cells are the basic unit of life in all organisms. Cytoplasm and cytoplasm are two components of the cell. Cytosol is the intracellular fluid present… Read More
Nucleus and nucleoid both carry the genetic material of cell. But nucleus is double membrane closed organelle and the nucleoid is present in Prokaryotes. In… Read More
The main difference between Glycolysis and Krebs Cycle is that: Glycolysis is the first step of respiration in which one molecule of glucose undergoes partial… Read More
Two eukaryotic cell lines are combined to create cybrids and hybrids. They are wildly popular in the field of cytogenetics. Heteroplasts and cytoplasmic hybrids are… Read More
Although both lysosomes and ribosomes are essential parts of cells, their responsibilities and activities are different. Ribosomes are tiny, intricate molecular factories that are in… Read More
Ribosomes are important molecules to life on Earth, Ribosomes were discovered by George E. Palade in the year 1955 as a small component in the… Read More
Chromatids are one of the essential components of a chromosome, and they play a vital role in cell division, DNA replication, and genetic inheritance. Chromatids… Read More
Mitochondria and chloroplasts are two organelles found in eukaryotic cells that are involved in energy conversion and metabolism. While chloroplasts are involved in the process… Read More
Diffusion and Osmosis are fundamental concepts in biology and physics that have been observed and studied for many years. The first recorded observations of diffusion… Read More
The human body is a complex structure. There are several organs are present in this body. There is a complex network of blood vessels that… Read More
Cells are classified into prokaryotic (primitive cell) and eukaryotic cells on the basis of the nucleus. Pk is a primitive cell while Ek evolved from… Read More
The extracellular matrix can be understood as a suspension of macromolecules that aids in the maintenance of a complete organ as well as local tissue… Read More
Animals and plants contain several cell types and organelles, which are primarily categorized based on their function. Animal and plant cells are quite different from one… Read More
Every living organism is made up of cells. The basic structural organization of any multicellular living organism is as follows: Cells-Tissue-Organ-Organ System Structural Organization in… Read More
Plants obtain a variety of inorganic elements (ions) and salts from their surroundings, especially from water and soil. The movement of these nutrients from the… Read More

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