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Endonucleases Vs Exonucleases - Both are involved in the cleavage of phosphodiester bonds (between deoxyribose and phosphate residue) in nucleic acids. Read more here.
Phylum Hemichordata consists of worm-like organisms collectively known as Hemichordates, currently estimated to have about 130 members. Read more here.
Phylum Porifera consists of simple multicellular animals commonly known as sponges. Read on for examples and their characteristics here.
Phylum Mollusca is one of the most predominant groups in marine environments and the second largest phylum in the Animal Kingdom (after Arthropoda). Read more here.
Phylum Cnidaria consists of over 11,000 species commonly found in marine habitats with a simple body plan of two cellular layers; the ectoderm and endoderm. Read on.
Acoelomata is a subdivision of animals without a true body cavity as a fluid-filled space located between the body wall and digestive tract.
Kingdom Plantae consists of multicellular eukaryotic organisms, most are capable of photosynthesis and characterized by a green pigment commonly known as chlorophyll.
Phylum Annelida are comprised of members that are triploblastic bilaterally symmetrical animals with a segmented body (they are also known as segmented worms).
Endotoxin Vs exotoxin - Both are produced by bacteria. However, there are several differences between the two. Read more here.
Endocytosis Vs Exocytosis involves the transport of material from in and out of the extracellular matrix. Understand the differences here.