Differences between mRNA and tRNA
Rna
By: Kevin Rainey
In essence both tRNA (transfer RiboNucleic Acid) and mRNA (messenger RiboNucleic Acid) are composed of the same elements. Both are single-stranded nucleotide chains. A nucleotide is a unit composed of a nitrogenous base, a ribose and a phosphate. The ribose and phosphate elements are common...
Effects of invasive plant species on wildlife habitats
By: James Johnson
Invasive plant species, they are everywhere around the planet and can often cause troubles, especially in the wild. How do they cause troubles for the environment? Are they destructive to wildlife habitats or beneficial by creating more diversity. Why can they cause problems in one...
How dogs have evolved
By: Frank Sinbeans
Dogs hold a special place in human society, yet it is unlikely that they will ever be as significant to us as we have been to them. Admittedly, without dogs, our lives wouldn't be nearly so rich. But without humans, dogs wouldn't exist. The astounding...
By: JC Campbell
The great white shark has been made famous in part thanks to the hit movie Jaws, created by director Steven Spielberg. It has gained the reputation as a result for being a man-eating killer. As the largest carnivorous fish in the world, the great white...
Male Pregnancy Pregnant Man
By: Frank Sinbeans
Could there be a more practical debate than one addressing the question of whether men should be allowed to become pregnant? I think not! This question is of great importance to me, as a man whose biological clock is ticking. Like all men my age...
By: Rex Trulove
Like many mushrooms, morels can grow at different altitudes and in different places. However, the key to finding them is often in knowing where they are most likely to be abundant. Armed with this knowledge, a person is more likely to find them, though they...
Why the human race is doomed to extinction
By: Author Name Withheld 123
Why the human race is doomed to extinction Extinction is quite a drastic ideal for us the human race, thinking we have everything under control is our primary mistake and problem. Nobody can disagree that the majority of the human race instantly feels fear and...
The social structure of cheetahs
By: Amber-Marie Richardson
The Cheetah (Acinonyx jubatus) is the fastest animal on land, and can reach speeds of nearly 65 mph. In the wild their speed and agility make them excellent hunters, and they can often be seen chasing their prey in small groups. While not all cheetahs...
How do embryo cells differentiate and specialize to produce organs?
By: Mark Andrew Santiago
In vitro fertilization or commonly known as IVF which was introduced in the 70's gave rise to a lot of possibilities and controversies in the realm of science and morality. IVF allowed infertile couples a chance to have a child of their own because it...
How bees pollinate plants
By: Frances Stanford
Most people think of bees as the producers of honey and beeswax. While this is true, these insects serve another important purpose in nature – that of pollinating plants. Without bees, many plants that produce food and are used for ornamental purposes would not be...

 

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