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Plant Anatomy

Plant Anatomy: study of plant structures What is (definition) Plant Anatomy is an area of ​​botany intended for the study of plant structures. Often we only see the aerial parts of the plants (leaves, flowers, branches and trunk). However, many of the structures are below ground and cannot be seen.
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Poisonous Snakes

Coral snake: one of the most venomous in Brazil Summary of the main characteristics of venomous snakes - They have a triangular-shaped flat head; - Have the body covered with rough scales; - usually crawl slowly and straight; - They have two teeth that they use to inoculate the poison (toxin) in the attacking animal; - The tail of these snakes begins thickly, tapering suddenly.
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Biology Museums

Nomination of Biology Museums in Brazil Nomination of Biology Museums in Brazil: Professor Mello Leitão Biology Museum Web Address: http://www.melloleitao.iphan.gov.br Physical Address: Av José Ruschi, 4- Centro - Santa Teresa - Espírito Santo Mar Foundation - Museum of Marine Biology Web Address: http: // www.
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Bowel

Intestine: Nutrient and Water Absorption Introduction The intestine is part of the digestive system and it is through it that nutrient and water absorbs. Knowing the gut (main characteristics) It is divided into two parts: thin and thick. In the first is where the absorption of the vast majority of nutrients occurs.
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Protein

Amino Acid: Molecular Structure What It Is (Definition) Protein is a macromolecule composed basically of linear chains of amino acids. There are simple proteins, composed only of amino acids and their derivatives. And also the conjugated proteins (heteroproteins), which are formed by polypeptide chains and prosthetic group (components of non-protein nature).
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Skelminths

Phylum rotifera osquelminto (microscope image) What they are Common name of a heterogeneous group of worm-shaped animals that have a fluid-filled cavity sometimes used as a skeleton. This cavity is called pseudoceloma because it has no epithelial lining. Nowadays, it is considered that the skelminths have a series of characteristics that make it necessary to consider each animal in this group belonging to an independent phylum.
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