Essays on Biology

General Observation and Analysis of Animal and Plant Cells

Abstract The main aim of this experiment is to observe the animal and plant cells, the division of plant cells and to be able to define the unknown sample by given materials. In general, the experiment had major three parts. During the first part of it, two samples of cells were examined under the microscope....
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Correlating Ca2+ Concentrations With Cell Proliferations In Myeloid Cell Lines Using Ca2+ Channel Blockers

Calcium (Ca2+) is a molecule that acts as an intracellular signal which regulates numerous cellular processes such as cell differentiation, proliferation, and apoptosis. Cell proliferation is an intricate procedure organised by numerous proteins related to Ca2+ signalling in different parts of the cell. In resting cells, the Ca2+ concentration in cytosol is fairly low –...
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How Oryctolagus Cuniculus Red Blood Cell Membrane Properties Influence Hemolysis In Organic Molecules

Abstract Hemolysis occurs when hypotonic solutions lead to cell swelling and eventual lysis (Goodhead et al, 2017). From hemolytic disease of the new born (Dean, 2005) to sickle cell disease (SCD) (Milligan, 2013), hemolysis is the reason behind many chronic hereditary or acquired hemolytic anemias (Kato, 2017). In this experiment, Oryctolagus cuniculus red blood cells...
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Cho Cell Line Development & Engineering: Impact On Biopharmaceutical Production

1. Introduction The approval of Chinese hamster ovary (CHO) cell cultures for the manufacturing of protein therapeutic products modernized conventional medicine. CHO cells remained the workhorse for the production of monoclonal antibodies (mAbs) for the last at least 20 years for different reasons. First, CHO cells are easily adapting and growing in suspension cultures which...
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Importance Of Cell Biology In The 21st Century

Cells form the main basis for all living things, they are the smallest unit of an organism which are able to independently function (About Science, (n.d.)). Cell biology is the study of the life cycle of a cell, metabolic processes in different types of cell structures and the function of the cells and their components...
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Microorganisms: Culturing And Isolation Techniques

Culturing and Isolation Techniques Microorganisms are everywhere. “The word microorganism is origin from Greek. The very tiny thing, which have the presence of life and that tiny thing is only visible by using microscope means we cannot able to see that tiny organism with our open eyes. Microorganisms are as an example bacteria, fungi, protozoa,...
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Types Of Cells: Prokaryote Cells Versus Eukaryotic Cells

Background: The cell is considered as the main functional and structural unit of all known organisms. There are two types of cells prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells Prokaryotic cells are unicellular organisms with no nucleus. They contain non-membranous organelles Eukaryotic cells which may be unicellular or multicellular having a nucleus. Plant and animal cells are considered...
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Microorganism: Tradition Biochemical Techniques Contrast With 16s RNA Gene Sequencing Method

Abstract Identification of unknown microorganisms is necessary to understand how ecosystem function, remain diverse and result in reprocessing necessary elements for the ecology to remain in balance. This study focused on the use of traditional biochemical test and 16S rRNA molecular sequencing method to considerately evaluate the capacity that systems may facilitate the rapid and...
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Soap: The Effect Of Different Sanitation Methods In The Production Of Germs And Bacteria In Petri Dishes

Research Question: What is the effect of different sanitation methods in the production of germs and bacteria in Petri dishes? Background research: How bacteria multiplies: Bacteria don’t reproduce the same way humans and animals do. They take in several nutrients and are multiplied by diving themselves. This happens by geometric progression, that is, one cell...
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