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Lipids – Definition, Structure, Properties, Types, Functions, Examples

Lipids Definition, Structure, Properties, types, Examples, and Functions

It is common to discuss fat as if it was a villainous substance that is bent to destroy our diets. However, they are beautiful tiny molecules composed of three hydrocarbon tails that are attached to a small coathanger-like molecule known as Glycerol. Similar to the other big organic molecules they perform crucial functions in the biology of both humans and other living things. (Also numerous recent diet studies suggest that sugar can cause many more health issues that fat!)

Carbohydrates – Definition, Structure, Types, Examples, Functions

Carbohydrates - Definition, Structure, Types, Examples, Functions

What is Carbohydrate? Definition of Carbohydrate Advertisements Carbohydrates are organic compounds consisting of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen atoms, and they serve as a primary source of energy for the body. Structure of Carbohydrates The structure of carbohydrates is based on their composition of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen atoms. The empirical formula for carbohydrates is typically … Read more

RNA – Definition, Structure, Types, Application

RNA - Definition, Structure, Types, Application

What is RNA? Definition of RNA Advertisements RNA, or Ribonucleic acid, is a nucleic acid molecule that plays a crucial role in gene expression and protein synthesis. It is a single-stranded molecule composed of nucleotides, including adenine (A), cytosine (C), guanine (G), and uracil (U). RNA carries genetic information from DNA and acts as a … Read more

Carbohydrates Definition, Examples, Structure, Types, and Functions

Carbohydrates Definition, Examples, Structure, Types, and Functions

The term “carbohydrate” comes from the Greek word sakharon meaning “sugar”. In the field of chemistry, carbohydrates comprise the most common type of organic compounds with simple structures. A carbohydrate is an aldehyde , or one that contains other hydroxyl groups. The most basic carbohydrates are known as monosaccharides. They have the fundamental structure (C*H2O)n where 3 or more is the minimum.

Amoeba Cell Labeled Structure, Characteristics, Movement, Nutrition, Reproduction, Disease, Habitat.

Amoeba Cell

Advertisements In this article, we will learn about the Habitat, structure, nutrition, characteristics, reproduction, locomotion of the Amoeba cell with diagram. Domain Eukaryota Phylum Amoebozoa Class Tubulinea Order Euamoebida Family Amoebidae Genus Amoeba Amoeba cell also known as the ameba or amoeboid. Amoeba is a unicellular eukaryotic organism which can alter their shape by extending … Read more

Protozoa Definition, Classification, Characteristics, Structure, Diseases, Examples

Protozoa Definition

Advertisements Protozoa don’t have any cell walls, instead they contain pellicle. The structure of Protozoa is similar to the eukaryotic cells. Some examples of protozoa are Trypanosoma, Trichonympha, Plasmodium, Paramecium. Now, Protozoa is a strictly descriptive term, they are no longer recognized as a formal group in current biological classification systems. Protozoa are ubiquitous, which … Read more

Prions: Definition, Structure, Function, Disease, Prevention, Control, Treatment, Transmission.

Prions Disease: Definition, Structure, Prevention, Control, Treatment, Transmission.

What is Prions? Prion is an abnormal or misfolded protein that causes fatal disease in animals and humans by transmitting their misfolded shape onto normal variants of the same protein. Prion causes untreatable, fatal, and transmissible neurodegenerative diseases in both humans and animals. In this disease, a progressive decline is occurring in brain function. In … Read more

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