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Bacterium

... Fulltext / PMID 9733676 . External links Tree of Life Videos of bacteria swimming and tumbling, use of optical tweezers and other fine videos. Bacterial Nomenclature Up-To-Date from DSMZ ...

Cilium

... cross-section of two motile cilia, showing the "9+2" structure A cilium (plural cilia ) is a fine projection from a eukaryotic cell . There are two types of cilia: (1) motile cilium , which constantly beats in one direction, and (2) ...

Cladistics

... introduced into the dataset, and it might cause erroneous results. In practice, neutral features like exact ultrastructure (a term for extremely fine structure, microscopic or molecular composition of cellular structure) may be used to provide evidence for real relationships even when the ...

Diabetes mellitus

... which can display results and trends over time. Type 1 patients will have to check on a more regular daily basis due to insulin therapy which is a fine art to master. These results are especially useful for the diabetic to present to their doctor or physician in the monitoring and control of the ...

Electrophysiology

... establish electrical contact with the inside of a cell or tissue with a "glass electrode." Such an electrode is fashioned by the experimenter from a fine capillar glass tube, which is then pulled to an even finer (but still hollow of about 1 micrometer diameter for patch-clamp) tip under heat and ...

Bacterium

... Fulltext / PMID 9733676 . External links Tree of Life Videos of bacteria swimming and tumbling, use of optical tweezers and other fine videos. Bacterial Nomenclature Up-To-Date from DSMZ ...

Experimental evolution

... not capable of surviving at 158 °F. The organisms Dallinger had in his incubator at the end of the experiment, on the other hand, were perfectly fine at 158 °F. However, these organisms would not grow anymore at the initial 60 °F. Dallinger concluded that he had clearly found evidence for ...

Foot and mouth disease

... very rarely. The cause of FMD was first shown to be viral in 1897 by Friedrich Loeffler . He passed the blood of an infected animal through a fine porcelain-glass filter and found that the fluid that was collected could still cause the disease in healthy animals. FMD occurs throughout much ...

Kidney

... and chronic) Glomerulonephritis Diabetic nephropathy Lupus nephritis Dialysis and kidney transplants Generally, one can live fine with just one kidney. If both kidneys do not function properly, dialysis is performed, where the blood is filtered outside of the body. Kidney ...

Microscope

... Basic microscope main elements ocular lens or eye-piece objective turret, or nosepiece objective lenses coarse adjustment knob fine adjustment knob object holder or stage mirror diaphragm and condenser Common optical microscope and its principal parts ...

Plant

... . Petrified wood is often heavily silicified (the organic material replaced by silicon dioxide ), and the impregnated tissue is often preserved in fine detail. Such specimens may be cut and polished using lapidary equipment. Fossil forests of petrified wood have been found in all continents. ...

Plant

... . Petrified wood is often heavily silicified (the organic material replaced by silicon dioxide ), and the impregnated tissue is often preserved in fine detail. Such specimens may be cut and polished using lapidary equipment. Fossil forests of petrified wood have been found in all continents. ...
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