Hornworts: Structure, Life Cycle, Examples, Importance
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by Nirmita Sharma
3d ago
The class Anthocerotopsida embraces a small group of bryophytes and most popularly they are known as hornworts. They are called as “hornworts” because the sporophytes are elongated cylindrical structure that ... Read more The post Hornworts: Structure, Life Cycle, Examples, Importance appeared first on Microbe Notes ..read more
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Bryophytes: Characteristics, Life Cycle, Economic Importance
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by Nirmita Sharma
4d ago
Bryophytes are a group of non-vascular, non-flowering, seedless land plants which are also known as “Amphibians of Plant Kingdom.” They include liverworts, mosses, and hornworts. There are almost 20,000 species ... Read more The post Bryophytes: Characteristics, Life Cycle, Economic Importance appeared first on Microbe Notes ..read more
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Omega-3 Fatty Acids: Functions, Sources, Types, Benefits
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by Prativa Shrestha
1w ago
Fatty acids, chain-like chemical molecules, are carboxylic acids with long hydrocarbon chains comprised of carbon, oxygen, and hydrogen atoms. It is a component of lipids present in animals (butter, lard, beef, ... Read more The post Omega-3 Fatty Acids: Functions, Sources, Types, Benefits appeared first on Microbe Notes ..read more
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Microbiology: History, Branches, Career Opportunities
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by Sanju Tamang
2w ago
Microbiology is the branch of science that studies microorganisms which include a diverse group of simple microscopic living organisms including bacteria, viruses, fungi, archaea, and protozoa. This field of study ... Read more The post Microbiology: History, Branches, Career Opportunities appeared first on Microbe Notes ..read more
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Bacteriocins and Lantibiotics: Class, Functions, Examples
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by Prativa Shrestha
2w ago
Bacteriocins, small cationic molecules of about 30–60 amino acids, are proteinaceous compounds produced by lactic acid bacteria (LAB) having a bactericidal mode of action that can kill closely related bacteria. ... Read more The post Bacteriocins and Lantibiotics: Class, Functions, Examples appeared first on Microbe Notes ..read more
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Probiotics: Properties, Sources, Mechanisms, Types, Uses
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by Prativa Shrestha
3w ago
Probiotics are live microorganisms (bacteria and yeasts) present in foods, such as yogurt and sauerkraut, and supplements, which are innocuous (not harmful) to our human health and host. History of ... Read more The post Probiotics: Properties, Sources, Mechanisms, Types, Uses appeared first on Microbe Notes ..read more
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Scope of Biotechnology with Branches and Careers
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by Sanju Tamang
3w ago
Biotechnology is the field of science that uses the principles of biological science and technology to generate products that improve human health and the environment. This involves manipulating biological organisms ... Read more The post Scope of Biotechnology with Branches and Careers appeared first on Microbe Notes ..read more
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Sagittal Plane: Definition, Regions, Movement, Applications
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by Agrani Paudel
3w ago
The movement of our body occurs in three different anatomical planes of motion: coronal, sagittal, and transverse. The three planes of the body can be briefly discussed below: Coronal (frontal ... Read more The post Sagittal Plane: Definition, Regions, Movement, Applications appeared first on Microbe Notes ..read more
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Eukaryotic Transcription: Enzymes, Features, Steps, Uses
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by Sagar Aryal
3w ago
Eukaryotic Transcription Transcription occurs in eukaryotes in a way that is similar to prokaryotes with reference to the basic steps involved. However, some major differences between them include: Enzyme(s) Involved in ... Read more The post Eukaryotic Transcription: Enzymes, Features, Steps, Uses appeared first on Microbe Notes ..read more
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Cellular Respiration: Equations, Steps, Products, Diagram
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by Anupama Sapkota
3w ago
Cellular respiration is a metabolic process consisting of a series of steps to convert chemical energy (sugar) into a usable form of energy (ATP) in the cell. Image Source: RegisFrey. ... Read more The post Cellular Respiration: Equations, Steps, Products, Diagram appeared first on Microbe Notes ..read more
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