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The process in which a protein folds into a three-dimensional shape to achieve proper functioning.
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Protein Data Bank, a publically available database of molecular structures of proteins
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An interdisciplinary area of study in the life sciences with a focus on complex interactions and large networks of biological molecules and processes.
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Questions pertaining to western blots, which are used for detecting specific proteins (sometimes called protein immunoblots).
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The genetic alteration of a cell resulting from the direct uptake, incorporation, and expression of exogenous genetic material from its surroundings.
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Questions regarding the structure, morphology, and function of the human ear.
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Questions pertaining to fruit flies of the genus *Drosophila*.
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Organisms whose cells contain organelles, complex structures enclosed within membranes, in particular a nucleus.
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different forms of many possible alternative forms of the same gene. The different eye colors are for example different alleles of the genes that make the eye color.
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designed to prevent old damaged cells from mutating into neoplastic (cancer) cells.
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Scientific procedure to test a hypothesis. The outcome of the experiment either confirms or denies the hypothesis.
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the respiratory organ which allows the take-up of oxygen and the release of CO2. They are present in most animals which breathe air including many fish species.
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Chemistry relating to carbon-containing compounds. Should relate to biology as opposed to being purely about chemistry.
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Hard projections in the mouths of vertebrates used mainly to mechanically digest food. Teeth can also be used for the purposes of defense or obtaining meals, especially in the case of hunting.
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Set of methods to visualize certain properties (structure, gene expression, potential changes, etc.) of organisms or single cells.
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either continuous (in electrical synapses) or interrupted by a cleft (in chemical synapses), through which communication is established.
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Organelles responsible for protein synthesis in cells. They are distinguished into "free" and "membrane-bound" classes.
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The maintenance of a constant internal environment - for example temperature, carbon dioxide concentration or water concentration, etc. within an organism.
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The study of biodiversity with the applied goal of learning how to protect species, habitats, and ecosystems from change, particularly that caused by non-natural effects.
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the process in which one parent cell divides into two daughter cells. The interiour (cytoplasm, DNA, mitchondria etc.) of the parent cell is divided between the two new cells.
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a widely-used tool for finding and evaluating DNA or protein sequences. Users can utilize either their own sequences or the genomes of hundreds of organisms. …
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Questions pertaining to the production of an immune response to self tissues/molecules.
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The scientific study of the origin, evolution, distribution, and future of life in the universe.
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the studies of the biophysical properties of enzymes and their substrates.
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Biology dealing with study of reproductive process, especially in higher animals. Closely related to reproductive endocrinology.
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Polymers/Oligomers of mononucleotides. Nucleotides are composed of heterocyclic bases such as Adenine, Guanine, Thymine, Cytosine, and Uracil linked to a backbone moeity such as ribose (RNA), deoxyrib…
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Chemicals used in the lab for experiments.
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The process of gathering visual studies of tissue or the body for purposes of research or diagnostics.