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Phylum Ctenophora are known as sea walnuts or comb jellies and are marine organisms that resemble Cnidaria and is one of the oldest phylum living today. Read more here.
Phylum Aschelminthes is an obsolete group that comprised pseudocoelomate, triploblastic organisms with bilateral symmetry. Read more about this phylum here.
Leucoplasts are a type of plastid only found in plant cells. As such, they can be used to distinguish between a plant and animal cell. Read more about leucoplasts here.
Chromoplasts are brightly colored plastids found in flowers, fruits, leaves, as well as roots. They play an important role in the synthesis and storage of carotenoid pigments. Read more here.
Coelomates are animals in which the coelom is lined by the mesoderm while those in which the cavity is absent are called acoelomates. Read more here.
What is the function of calcium signaling? Calcium signaling has been shown to play many roles. Read more here.
Cytostome and cytopharynx are commonly found in certain protozoans as specialized structures used for endocytosis. Read more here.
Goblet cells are specialized secretory cells that line various mucosal surfaces originating from pluripotent stem cells and have a specific morphology. Read more here.
Astrocytes are specialized glial cells involved in a number of important functions. Learn more here.
Which bacteria cause food poisoning? Contamination causes food poisoning which is characterized by nausea and vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal cramping and pain. Read more here.