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Protozoan Diseases

Trypanosoma cruzi: Chagas' disease-causing protozoa Introduction Many protozoans that settle in the human body can cause disease. These protozoans can penetrate the human body in a variety of ways, such as body cuts, insect bites, contaminated food, etc.
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Lipids

Vegetable oils and fish meat: lipid-rich foods What are lipids Lipids, also called fats, are organic biomolecules composed mainly of hydrogen, oxygen, carbon molecules. Lipid composition also includes other elements, such as phosphorus.
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Scientific classification of Kingdom Plantae

Kingdom Plantae: existence of several classification divisions Scientific classification of Kingdom Plantae Domain: Eukaryota Kingdom: Plantae Divisions: - Green Algae Chlorophyta (green algae, chlorophytes) Charophyta (Green algae, dehydrated and carophytic) - Embryophyta (terrestrial plants) Non Vascular Plants Marchantiophyta (Hepaticophyta) - Hepatic Plants Anthocerotophyta - Antocerots Bryophyta - Mosses Vascular Plants (Tracheophyta) Lycopodiophyta - Lycopods and Selaginella Monilophyta - Ferns and Horsetail Spermatophyta - Plants that Produce Seeds Gymnospermae (Gimnospmers) Curiosities: - Before the 19th century, when plant classifications began to develop, plants were classified into only three groups: lower (algae), intermediate (bryophytes and pteridophytes) and higher (gymnosperms and angiosperms).
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Parasitic Plants

Chickgrass: An example of a parasitic plant. Introduction (what they are) So far it is known that over 4,000 plant species parasitize other plants. A life strategy that confers advantages. After all, parasitic plants save energy by sucking up water and nutrients from the tissues of the plants to which they attach.
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Eukaryotic Cells

Eukaryotic Cell: Complex Cell Organization and True Nucleus What They Are (Definition) Eukaryotic cells, also called eukaryotic cells, are those that have a definite nucleus (true nucleus) through a nuclear membrane. Main features: - They have organelles inside with well defined functions.
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Hemoglobin

Hemoglobins: Carrying Oxygen in the Blood What It Is Hemoglobin is a protein present in erythrocytes (erythrocytes), constituting approximately 35% of its weight. It is a pigment present in the blood responsible for transporting oxygen from the lungs to tissues throughout the body. Functions In addition to transporting oxygen, hemoglobin also participates in the process of transporting nutrients to all cells of the body, in which the blood carries nutrients and collects the substances secreted by the cells, then carries them out of the body. body.
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