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Plant Physiology and Development, Sixth Edition

Plant Physiology and Development, Sixth Edition

Carbon Bond

Carbon Bond

Phospholipid bubbles. Phospholipid molecules have a hydrophilic head-end (red ovals) and two hydrophobic tails that do not mix with water and will avoid being surrounded by it. In an oil slick, the hydrophobic tails mix with the oil, while the heads stay close to the water. In turbulence, phospholipids form two kinds of bubbles: a monolayer that can only capture a drop of oil and a bilayer that can capture a drop of water. The bilayer allows the hydrophobic tails to associate with…

Cardiovascular disease (CVD) The most common form of cardiovascular disease is called atherosclerosis, a disease of the arteries that can strike at any age, although it is not a serious threat until our fifth or sixth decades. This disease is […]

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Blood and Guts – Labook: Lesson 2

We have just finished up the part of our lapbooks: Lesson The Skeletal System for Apologia’s Exploring Creation with Human Anatomy and Physiology. These things are becoming monstrous!

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A New Approach to Modify Plant Microbiomes and Traits by Introducing Beneficial Bacteria at Flowering into Progeny Seeds

Microworlds

All About Atoms - Take a Closer Look, Large and Small, Atomic Numbers, Mass Numbers, Electron Shells

Microworlds

All About Atoms - Take a Closer Look, Large and Small, Atomic Numbers, Mass Numbers, Electron Shells

Types of xylem

Types of xylem

image: Chlorine

image: Chlorine

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