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Leukocytes

Lymphocyte: type of spherical-core leukocyte What are leukocytes - definition Leukocytes, also known as white blood cells, are cells present in the blood and produced in bone marrow and lymphatic tissue. They are called white blood cells because, unlike red blood cells (red blood cells), they have no pigments.
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Animal Movement

Snake: Wave Movement Importance of Animal Movement Animals can move in a variety of ways. Some species can perform more than one type of movement, while others have the ability to move in only one way. Movement is extremely important for most animal species because through it they can fetch food and water, evade predators, and migrate to environments more suited to maintaining life and reproduction.
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Parasites

Amoeba, one of the best known parasites What they are Parasites are living things that draw from other organisms the resources necessary for their survival. Information on parasites (main characteristics) They are considered aggressors because they harm the host organism through parasitism.
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Prostate

Prostate Localization: Male Reproductive System Organ What It Is (Summary) and Localization The prostate gland is located near the male urethra. It is present only in men and has the function of producing a liquid that mixes with the sperm produced in the testes and also with another liquid that comes from the seminal vesicles, to then form semen.
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Lichens

Lichens on a stone What are lichens (definition) Lichens are living beings considered special because they are formed by a symbiosis (relationship of mutualism between two organisms where there are advantages for both individuals). The symbiosis that forms lichens occurs between an algae and a fungus. In this symbiotic relationship, algae is responsible for the production of organic food and photosynthesis.
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Biotechnology Books

Bibliographic indication for the study of Biotechnology Biotechnology Books (bibliography): Industrial Biotechnology - volumes 1 to 4 Author: Schimidell, Willibaldo Publisher: EDGARD BLUCHER Fungos - An Introduction to Biology, Biochemistry and Biotechnology Author: Azevedo, João Lúcio de Publisher: Educs Biotechnology and Nutrition - Learn How DNA Can Enrich Food Author: Costa, Neuza Maria Brunoro Publisher: Nobel Municipal Waste Remediation (Biotechnology Applications) Author: Lima, Luiz Mario Queiroz Publisher: Hemus Molecular Bases of Biotechnology Author: Ulrich, Henning Publisher: Roca - Brazil Biotechnology and Its Ethical-Legal Implications Author: Queiroz, Juliane Fernandes; Casabona, Carlos Maria Romeo Publisher: Del Rey Legal Challenges of Biotechnology Author: Sa, Maria de Fatima Freire de; Romero-casabona, Carlos Maria Publisher: Commandments Environmental Law & Biotechnology - An Approach to Social Transgenics Author: Rodrigues, Melissa Cachoni; Arantes, Olivia Marcia Nagy Publisher: Jurua Enzymes in Biotechnology - Production, Application and Market Author: Bon, Elba P.
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