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Developmental biology

The Role of Oxygen in Cellular Respiration for Sustaining Life.

The Role of Oxygen in Cellular Respiration for Sustaining Life on the earth is very important. The Earth’s atmosphere is composed of many gases including oxygen(O2). We can’t survive even for a few seconds without it. Our planet contains approximately 21% of it by volume. This oxygen is very crucial for the existence of life...Read More

Mitochondria and its Role in Respiration

Introduction: Mitochondria, often referred to as “the powerhouse of the cell,” are membrane-bound cell organelles responsible for energy production. They produce most of the chemical energy through cellular respiration for the cell’s biochemical reactions. What is Mitochondria? Mitochondria, often referred to as “the powerhouse of the cell,” are membrane-bound cell organelles responsible for energy production....Read More

Cellular Totipotency with Examples and its Future Direction

Cellular totipotency is the capacity of a single cell to divide itself to produce all the different types of cells of an organism, in standard conditions. (The term “standard conditions” typically refers to the optimal environment required for the development and maintenance of totipotent cells.) Cellular Totipotency Cellular totipotency is the capacity of a single...Read More
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