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a polyphyletic group of unicellular fungi. Usually the term yeast is used synonymously with baker's yeast - Saccharomyces cerevisiae.
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A state in which an organism or a cellular system, as defined by its full set of functionality, ceases to exist (i.e., most of the functions are irreversibly lost).
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The concepts of mate choice and competition over eligible members of the opposite sex in animals, including humans.
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The process in which a protein folds into a three-dimensional shape to achieve proper functioning.
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a single-stranded RNA virus which reproduces in human CD4-positive cells, which are primarily T-helper lymphocytes and macrophages. HIV is the causative patho…
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The study of evolution with a particular focus on questions about the evolution of modern humans. Questions often incorporate the study of our nearest ancestors, both the extant primates and extinct p…
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The processes by which environmental information is encoded, stored, and retrieved.
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A computational technique to compare two nucleotide or protein sequences. There are two basic types of sequence alignment i.e. local alignment (local comparison of subsequences) or global alignment (e…
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Questions pertaining to the processes by which new species arise.
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a molecular target for a chemical signal such as a neurotransmitter, hormone, or drug. Binding of the signal to the receptor initiates or modulates behaviour in the receiving cell.
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Biology dealing with study of reproductive process, especially in higher animals. Closely related to reproductive endocrinology.
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Electromagnetic radiation, specifically the range of frequencies visible to humans ("visible light").
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Microanatomy of cells and tissues
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The laboratory technique involving the extraction of DNA from a cell in a pure form.
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The study of the distribution, incidence, and potential control of a disease.
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The application of dynamic systems and game theory to evolving populations in biology, economics, and social sciences. It is particularly well suited for studying social dilemmas like the evolution of…
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Pigmentation refers to the coloration in plants or animals due to the presence of pigment in the tissue.
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the study of organisms that lived in prehistoric times.
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The timing of key events in an organism's lifetime, including development, reproduction and death.
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A rapid change in the membrane potential of excitable cells such as neurons and muscles; this usually involves a steep rise (depolarization) followed by a steep fall in membrane potential (repolariza…
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A region of repeating DNA at the end of a chromosome that protects the chromosome from decaying.
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The administration of antigenic material to stimulate the immune system of an individual to develop adaptive immunity to a disease.
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Questions regarding organic compounds required by an organism as a vital nutrient in limited amounts.
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Fruits develop from the flower of plants and hold the seeds. They are the way of plants to distribute their seeds.
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A tag used for questions on the mechanisms responsible for the initiation, development, and treatment of pathological processes in humans and animals.
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Ionizing electromagnetic waves, usually harmful to most biological beings.
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A collection of tissues which work together to accomplish a function. The organisational unit above tissues and below systems.
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A broad group of consisting of biomolecules that are soluble in non-polar solvents. Most of these molecules have huge hydrocarbon chains (linear or cyclic). Examples include glycerides (glyceryl ester…
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a biopolymer mostly made from keratin, which grows from the skin. Hair is exclusively found in mammals.
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A structural aberrancy in DNA, as opposed to a sequence change (mutation). Often caused by reactive species.
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Communal living, cooperation in care of young, and/or division of labor within animal species.