Book reviews: Origin of Species, by Charles Darwin
By: Emma Conrad
Orgin of Species is an amazing work that one should read because it answers many questions. The selected works of Charles Darwin bring forth a number of questions that will be answered in the following paragraphs with the help of outside sources and paraphrasing of...
What are ananas comosus?
By: R. Renee Bembry
Deciphering the term "Ananas Comosus" one may decide the first word "ananas" sounds akin to "bananas" and the second word "Comosus" sounds astrological or something of that nature, however, Ananas Comosus is the botanical name for the most popular edible Bromeliaceae plant family member otherwise...
By: Janet Grischy
The Citrus sinensis is the sweet orange, the fruit of a subtropical tree. It probably originated in Southeast Asia, most likely from a hybrid; no wild oranges have been found. Like all citrus, the orange is a member of one large species that can be...
Darwinian evolution: Is it based on science or not?
By: Roberto Chiodetti
Darwinian Evolution: science or not? About 150 years ago a ship called The Beagle arrived at the Galapagos Islands carrying on board a naturalist researcher that's destined to forever change the way we look at ourselves and at the rest of the life on...
By: Emele Maisey
There are around 20 different species of moles, most commonly found in Europe (but not Ireland), Asia, South Africa, North America and Canada The common garden mole needs a lot of food to survive and spends up to half of its life searching for it...
By: Tarek Musslimani
Eukaryotic cells differ than prokaryotic cells in that the latter do not possess nucleus while eukaryotes do possess nucleus. The structure of eukaryotes is comprised of a membrane which surrounds the cell in addition to organelles suspended inside the membrane. The organelles are suspended within...
Darwinian evolution: Is it based on science or not?
By: Richard Para
Darwinian evolution: Is it based on science or not? On October 2, 1836 the young Charles Darwin finally set foot, once again, on English soil after a long and difficult voyage around the world, his mind was exploding with thoughts of what he had seen...
What are prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells?
By: Jordan Baker - 543381
The foundation for life itself begins with the cell. The cell is the fundamental unit of structure and function in every living thing; however, there are two different types of cells. There are prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells. Prokaryotic cells are smaller and less complex...
Structure and function of proteins
By: Tarek Musslimani
Proteins are a very important class of compounds for the proper functioning of the human body. They have structural as well as functional roles. Proteins are composed of chains of amino acids that are connected with each other through a chemical bond. Amino acids...
By: Tarek Musslimani
The cells inside our body are in a continuous process of growing and dividing and differentiating during their life cycle. The extent of growing and maturating depend on the tissue that is involved. Growth under normal conditions in addition to mitosis and differentiation are all...

 

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