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Hydra Biology - Classification, Characteristics and Reproduction

Hydra are a genus of small, fresh-water organisms that are classified under the phylum Cnidaria,

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Apoptosis - Importance, Vs Necrosis, Cancer, and its Intrinsic Pathway

Apoptosis is a form of cell death characterized by energy-dependent biochemical mechanisms and morphological changes.

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Bacteria - Size, Shape and Arrangement

In studying bacteria found in various environments in nature, they widely vary in size, shape, and arrangement. Learn more here.

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Sporulation - Definition, Process, Examples, Bacteria, Amoeba, Fungi

Essentially, sporulation refers to the formation of spores from vegetative cells during unfavorable environmental conditions. As such, it may be described as an adaptive response that allows the organism to survive given adverse conditions.

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Phagocytosis - Definition, Steps, Process and Examples

Essentially, phagocytosis may be described as a form of endocytosis through which a cell engulfs particulate matter/ solid particles/ cells.

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Anaerobes - Types of Bacteria, Classification and Examples

Basically, anaerobes are organisms that do not require energy oxygen for metabolism, different from types of organisms (aerobes) that need oxygen for energy needs.

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Plastids - Definition, Types, Main Structure and Function

Plastids are a group of phylogenetically and physiologically-related organelles in all plants and algae. Different types contribute to plant metabolism.

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Plasmids - Definition, Structure, Function, Vector and Isolation

Essentially, plasmids are small, circular molecules of DNA that are capable of replicating independently. As such, they do not rely on chromosomal DNA of the organism for replication.

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Different Organelles and their Functions

Organelles make up the subunits of a cell. There are numerous each with their own function. Read more here at MicroscopeMaster!

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Archaea - Definition, Examples, Vs Bacteria, Characteristics & Class

Archaea are unicellular organisms that make up the third domain of organisms on earth, differing from the other two domains that include Bacteria and Eukaryota.

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  1. Hydra Biology - Classification, Characteristics and Reproduction

    Apr 19, 19 07:07 PM

    Hydra are a genus of small, fresh-water organisms that are classified under the phylum Cnidaria,

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  2. Apoptosis - Importance, Vs Necrosis, Cancer, and its Intrinsic Pathway

    Apr 09, 19 12:38 PM

    Apoptosis is a form of cell death characterized by energy-dependent biochemical mechanisms and morphological changes.

    Read More

  3. Bacteria - Size, Shape and Arrangement

    Apr 08, 19 11:38 AM

    In studying bacteria found in various environments in nature, they widely vary in size, shape, and arrangement. Learn more here.

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