Lamarck: important theories for the advancement of biology Summary Biography Jean Baptiste Lamarck was born on August 1, 1744 in the city of Bazentin (France) and died in 1829 in Paris. He was an important biologist, as his studies contributed greatly to the systematization of the knowledge of Natural History.
Question and Answer About Unicellular and Multicellular Question: What are Unicellular and Multicellular Organisms? Answer: Unicellulars Unicellular organisms are those formed by a single cell, which performs all necessary cellular functions. Examples: bacteria, protozoa and some species of algae.
Bibliographic indication for the study on Parasites Bibliography (book indication on Parasites): Guide for Internal Parasite Control Author: Kohek Jr, Ivo Publisher: Nobel Themes: Zootechnics, Veterinary Parasitology - Parasites and Parasitic Diseases Author: Rey, Luis Publisher: Guanabara Themes: Medicine, Health, Infectious Diseases, Parasitology Parasitology Manual Author: Berenguer, Jaime Gallego Publisher: Argos Themes: Medicine, Health, Clinical Pathology Parasitological Fables Author: Linardi, Pedro Marcos Publisher: New Concept Themes: Medicine, Public Health, Biology Diseases Infectious and Parasitic Author: Verosesi, Ricardo Publisher: Guanabara Themes: Health, Medicine, Parasitology, Biology Contribution to the Study of Vertebrate Parasite Helminths Author: Cruz e Silva, J.
Cell nucleus: control of cell functions What it is (definition) The nucleus is responsible for controlling all cellular functions. Most cells in our body have a single nucleus. However, there are cells that have none (mature red blood cells) and others that have several, such as skeletal muscle cells.
Poultry: classification into several orders Poultry orders: - Order Accipitriformes - Order Anseriformes - Order Apodiformes - Order Apterygiformes - Order Bucerotiformes - Order Caprimulgiformes - Order Cariamiformes - Order Charadriiformes - Order Ciconiiformes - Order Coliiformes - Order Columbiformes - Order Coraciiformes Order Cuculiformes - Order Eurypygiformes - Order Falconiformes - Order Galliformes - Order Gaviiformes - Order Gruiformes - Order Leptosomiformes - Order Mesitornithiformes - Order Musophagiformes - Order Otidiform - Order Passeriformes - Order Pelecaniformes - Order Phaethontiformes Order Phaethontiformes - Order Procellariiformes - Order Psittaciformes - Order Pteroclidiformes - Order Rheiformes - Order Sphenisciformes - Order Strigiformes - Order Struthioniformes - Order Suliformes - Order Tinamiformes - Order Trogoniformes Did you know?
Biceps: Important Arm Muscle What is the Biceps? Biceps is an important muscle in the human muscular system that is present in two parts of the body: biceps brachii muscle (located on the arm) and femoral biceps muscle (located on the leg, thigh) ). However, it is noteworthy that the use of the term biceps is more common to refer to the important arm muscle.