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Flagella in an Animal cells
June 13, 2017

Flagella in an Animal cells

It s time to discuss our very own special set of cellular goods. Centrioles The centriole is a small, barrel-shaped tube composed of protein located in the cytoplasm. Barrels of fun: The centriole s main function is to aid in cell division and in the spatial arrangement of structures within the cell. Less is known about the function of centrioles than many of…

Composition of Bacterial cell wall
September 30, 2015

Composition of Bacterial cell wall

Some general properties of the cell walls of four Gram-positive and two Gram-negative bacteria have been studied. The rate of hydrolysis of cell walls of several bacteria, by 2 N HCl at 100° C, has been followed by estimation of liberated reducing substances and hexosamine. Several extraction procedures have been used in a study of the lipid content of the cell…

Bacterial cells are
May 31, 2016

Bacterial cells are

In a surprise discovery, scientists have found that bacteria see the world in effectively the same way as humans, with bacterial cells acting as the equivalent of microscopic eyeballs. British and German researchers made the finding by accident when studying aquatic cyanobacteria, which sometimes form a green film on rocks and pebbles. Scientists already knew…

Groups of Micro Organism
July 16, 2014

Groups of Micro Organism

A. INTRODUCTION TO MICROBIOLOGY Fundamental Statements for this Learning Object: 1. Microorganisms are typically too small to be seen with the naked eye. 2. Bacteria, fungi, viruses, protozoa, and algae are the major groups of microorganisms. 3. The vast majority of microorganisms are not harmful but rather beneficial. 4. Microbiota refers to all of the microorganisms…

List of Microscopic organisms
August 31, 2016

List of Microscopic organisms

Main Image: A microorganism or microbe is an organism that is unicellular or lives in a colony of cellular organisms. The study of microorganisms is called ‘Microbiology’. Microorganisms live in all parts of the biosphere where there is liquid water, including soil, hot springs, on the ocean floor, high in the atmosphere and deep inside rocks within the Earth…

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