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Dogs do sweat. Sweating is a physiological response to heat where sweat glands secrete salty water. When the water evaporates, it takes energy with it, cooling down the organism in the process. Although dogs don't sweat profusely and visibly the ...
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Camels do not store water in their humps. Instead, camels use the humps to store energy-rich fat deposits. Many animals, including humans, use body fat as an energy storage. Unique to a camel, however, is the fact that it stores the ...
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A virus is made up of a core of genetic material, either DNA or RNA, surrounded by a protective coat called a capsid which is made up of protein. Sometimes the capsid is surrounded by an additional spikey coat called the envelope. Viruses are ...
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Are Bats Blind-Flying Bats Bats are not blind and can actually see very well with their eyes.It has nothing to do with vision. Despite the tiny eyes and nocturnal lifestyle, none of the roughly 1,100 bat species is blind.While most bats ...
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All of earth's oxygen does not come from trees. Rather, the atmospheric oxygen that we depend on as humans comes predominantly from the ocean. According to National Geographic, about 70% of the oxygen in the atmosphere comes from marine plants and ...
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Spirogyra is a genus of green algae that belong to the order Zygnematales.These free-flowing, filamentous algae have ribbon-shaped chloroplasts that are arranged in a helical manner inside the cells. So the name is derived from ...
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Living organisms are products of biomolecules (biological molecules) that are essential for playacting physiological functions: carbohydrates, proteins, lipids, and nucleic acids. These molecules vary in size, structure, properties, and functions in and among cells. Among these four biomolecules, lipids are ...
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Gene splicing, conjointly called alternative splicing is a crucial post transcriptional activity within the being organisms. Gene splicing provides a sound experimental basis in support of the multiple proteins per factor theory. Thousands of factors gift in being organisms ...
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Genes are very important when it comes to organisms because they are the hereditary units that make up an individual. Cells have specific organelles that take the genes from the nucleus and use them to help build specific proteins for ...
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