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Antibiotic resistance is a medical challenge. Antibiotics are very effective against different types of bacteria but some bacteria develop antibiotic resistance.
Differences between cytosol and cytoplasm as both are part of the protoplasm are discussed below.
Actinobacteria is a large Phylum of Gram-positive bacteria consisting of diverse organisms found in aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems.
Acidobacteria is a phylum that consists of a wide variety of organisms (bacteria) and is the most abundant group widely distributed worldwide.
What does Phylum mean in Biology? A Phylum (Division when referring to plants) is a taxonomic ranking that consists of organisms that share a unique set of characteristics.
Phylum Echinodermata consists of "spiny-skinned" animals that are commonly found in oceans estimated at 7,000 living species in all Oceans.
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.