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Blood contains two other parts – plasma and serum. It is quite common to come across these two terms frequently and be confused by the two. However, both are vital components of the blood. Explore top 14 key difference between serum and plasma and also similarities between them in this page.
All living organisms on the planet are made up of tiny individual units called cells. Without these units, living organisms cannot function the way they do now. In this article, we will explore the aspects and 3 parts of cell theory, its rivaled history, and many versions, as well as the exceptions to cell theory.
The human body is made up of trillions of cells that are the foundation for different tissue and organ systems. Stem cell therapy involves isolating stem cells from their respective niche and using them to treat a disorder, area of injury or damaged tissue. Let's explore top 17 stem cell research pros and cons here.
Animals and humans can share a host of different diseases and illnesses. Although they may manifest and present differently in the two, animals too can acquire genetic disorders. Can animals have down syndrome? Explore the answers with various reports here.
The human body is made up of a system that enables us to access our five senses, and interpret information according to what we see, smell, taste, hear or touch. There are two parts to the nervous system - the central nervous system and the peripheral nervous system, Here are top 25 fun facts about the nervous system.
The immune system of the body mediates disease-fighting mechanisms using two different types of mediators. There are broadly two types of cells that are involved in the immune reaction – T cells & B cells. Explore different types of antibodies (or immunoglobulins), their properties, structures and functions in detail.
A virus is an infectious non-living particle that cannot survive on its own. The life cycle of the virus is a series of steps that enable the virus to infect a host and replicate itself. Explore virus structure, structure of virus, viral structure types, and functions of virus structure.
Fungi are mostly multicellular, heterotrophic, complex organisms that belong to the eukaryotic kingdom. Being an eukaryote, how do fungi reproduce? Explore how eukaryotes reproduce in general and different types of fungi reproduction with good examples here.
Anatomically, a cell comprises of various organelles that function in an organized manner to carry out metabolic processes. Among these organelles, Vesicle is a a tiny intra or extracellular fluid structure in a cell. Explore vesicle functions and types of vesicles in detail here.
Thigmotropism refers to the movement of a plant in response to the stimulus of touch or contact. It is also called Haptotropism. Explore the world of Thigmotropism in this page, why and how it occurs in plants, types of thigmotropism and good examples.