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Bacteria decomposers include organisms that feed on dead and decaying organic matter of plants and animals, thus further breaking them down. Read more here.
photosynthetic bacteria are prokaryotes that are capable of converting light energy (from the sun) into chemical energy through a process known as photosynthesis.
Fusobacteria is a phylum under the domain Bacteria. It consists of the families Fusobacteriaceae and Leptotrichiaceae and several genera. Read more.
What do plasma cells do? Also known as plasma B cells, plasma cells are terminally differentiated B lymphocytes. Read more here.
Found in the red bone marrow, lymphoblasts are medium-sized to relatively large cells (ranging from 10 to 10um) that give rise to lymphocytes. Read more here.
Covering about 7 percent of earth's surface, lichens are described as a symbiotic association with two types of organisms that function as a single unit.
Onion root tip mitosis refers to a type of cell division where the parent cell produces two identical daughter cells resulting in two diploid daughter cells.
What are Glycoproteins? Glycoprotein refers to proteins in which oligosaccharide chains (glycans) are covalently attached/bound to the amino acid side chains.
Stromal cells are a diverse type (heterogeneous) of potent cells commonly found in the bone marrow as well as from several other body parts like adipose tissue.
Progenitor cells have been described as stem cell descendants with the ability to self-renew, proliferate, and give rise to more specialized cells. Read more.