Acoelomatа
Acoelomatа

The definition of what Acoelomata In acoelomata is animal, the absence of the whole, or of an official body cavity. True body cavities form only in multicellular organisms with true tissues. In this group eumetazoa, there are organisms such as corals and jellyfish, which have only 2 main fabrics. In the compartment...

Abïogenez
Abïogenez

The definition of what Abiogenesis Abiogenesis is the creation of organic molecules by forces that are different from living organisms. While organisms can create carbon-carbon bonds is relatively easy thanks to the enzyme to make it otherwise requires a lot of energy. In the beginning...

active immunity
active immunity

The definition of what is Active Immunity Active immunity is resistance to disease through the creation of antibodies by the immune system. Unlike passive immunity, where antibodies are introduced into body, active immunity requires a process of training immune cells to recognize and neutralize foreign bodies. Usually a bacteria or virus...

Anatomy
Anatomy

Anatomy Definition of Anatomy is the branch of biology that studies the relationship of the various parts of the body, and how they relate to other parts of the body, both spatial and functional. Anatomy has many disciplines, and is used in many different areas. In General, there is...

anaphase
anaphase

The definition of what is Anaphase Anaphase is the stage during eukaryotic cell division in which chromosomes are separated to opposite poles of the cell. Phase until anaphase, metaphase, chromosomes are pulled to metaphase plate in the middle of the cell. Although the chromosomes were highly condensed at the beginning of cell division, they...

Apoptosis
Apoptosis

The definition of Apoptosis Apoptosis is a process that occurs in multicellular organisms when the cell is deliberately “decide” to die. This often happens for the greater good of the whole organism, for example, when the DNA of cells become damaged and it may become cancerous. Apoptosis is called “programmed” cell death, because...

aerobic respiration
aerobic respiration

Definition of Anaerobic Respiration Aerobic respiration is the process by which cells that do not breathe oxygen, release energy from fuel for their vital functions. Molecular oxygen most effective electron acceptor for respiration, due to its high affinity of the nucleus for electrons. However, some...

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