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Oct 17, 2019

Leukocytes - Definition, Function, Count, in Urine and Microscopy

Leukocytes are the major cellular components of the inflammatory and immune system, playing a vital role in protecting the body from infections/diseases.

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Oct 11, 2019

Granulocytes - Definition, Types, Function and Role as Phagocytes

Granulocytes, which are the most abundant immune cells, are components of the innate immune system that are characterized cytoplasmic granules.

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Oct 08, 2019

Trematodes - What are they?, Classification, Morphology and Life Cycle

Also known as flukes, trematodes are a group of parasitic flatworms (leaf-shaped) and affect various vertebrates as part of their indirect life cycle. Read on!

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Sep 30, 2019

Plasmodium - Definition, Life cycle, Characteristics and Adaptations

Plasmodium, commonly known as malaria parasites, may be described as a genus of intracellular parasitic protozoa. Read more here.

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Sep 28, 2019

Plasma Membrane - Definition, Function, Structure, Vs Cell Wall

Plasma membrane refers to the cell membrane defining the boundaries of a cell and organelles, forming barrier between intracellular/intracellular environments.

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Sep 27, 2019

Centriole - Definition, Function, Structure, of Plant/Animal Cells

Typically found in eukaryotic cells, centrioles are cylindrical structures/organelle composed of microtubules.

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Sep 17, 2019

Chlorophyll - Definition, Structure, Function, and Photosynthesis

Chlorophyll is perhaps the most important naturally occurring pigment on the planet. Take a look!

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Sep 11, 2019

Epidermal Cells in Plants -Definition,Function,Structure & Microscopy

Epidermal cells include a layer of cells making up the epidermis of plants with a number of important functions - to protect from a variety of harmful factors.

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Sep 06, 2019

Guard Cells - Definition, Function, Structure of Stomata on Plants

Guard cells are two bean-shaped cells that surround a stoma and play an important role in gaseous exchange.

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Sep 03, 2019

Cell Wall-Definition, Function, Structure, Location, Vs. Cell Membrane

The cell wall is a complex, highly organized structure that defines the shape of a plant cell (it is also found in bacteria, fungi, algae, and archaea).

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Recent Articles

  1. Leukocytes - Definition, Function, Count, in Urine and Microscopy

    Oct 17, 19 04:50 PM

    Leukocytes are the major cellular components of the inflammatory and immune system, playing a vital role in protecting the body from infections/diseases.

    Read More

  2. Granulocytes - Definition, Types, Function and Role as Phagocytes

    Oct 11, 19 03:00 PM

    Granulocytes, which are the most abundant immune cells, are components of the innate immune system that are characterized cytoplasmic granules.

    Read More

  3. Trematodes - What are they?, Classification, Morphology and Life Cycle

    Oct 08, 19 05:49 PM

    Also known as flukes, trematodes are a group of parasitic flatworms (leaf-shaped) and affect various vertebrates as part of their indirect life cycle. Read on!

    Read More





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