notifications_active To return to the old version of the website Click here

Logo site TopDissertations
+
Order Now
phone
Logo site TopDissertations

The endocrine system occupies a special role in the regulatory mechanism of the human body. The endocrine system performs its functions through hormones that enter all the organs and tissues of the body, penetrating through the intercellular substance directly into the cells, or are carried into a biological system with blood. Some part of the […]

Read more

Antimicrobials entail agents whose purpose is to kill microorganism or diminish their growth. Examples of the antimicrobials are antibiotics; they have been in use for over the last seven decades as a form of treatment. An increased reliance on these drugs has led to the infectious bacteria being treated against their adaptation to the antimicrobials […]

Read more

The paper examines the relationship between optimal foraging theory and central foraging by using a beaver as a model. It also analyzes beaver food choice by noting species from woody vegetation, distance from water, status (not chewed and chewed), and the circumference of trees neighboring a beaver pond in South Carolina. Beavers avoid some species […]

Read more

There is no precise definition of life. However, the process of life can be explained right from how it begins to how it ends. Life has a basic, structural, and functional unit that helps to define life. The structural unit is the cell (Liljas et al., 2009). Some organisms have one cell, while others are […]

Read more

More than a decade has passed since the scientists of the Human Genome Project and Celera Genomics finally cracked the code of life, the human genome. The publicly-funded Human Genome Project began in 1990, and the scientists worked in close cooperation with many US and international universities. In 1998, the private-held corporation Celera Genomics also […]

Read more

Sex determination of a person occurs in terms of the XY-mechanism (this heterogametic sex is male) and  includes three stages: chromosomal, gonadal, and phenotypic. The presence or absence of Y-chromosome is crucial for determining the sex. In the absence of the Y-chromosome, there occurs differentiation of gonads into ovaries and, as a result, a female […]

Read more
arrow_right_alt