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Abstract This essay is dedicated to the topic of eukaryotic cells – the most structurally advanced of the major cell types. The aim of the essay includes describing the structure and functions of each of the eukaryotic organelles; distinguishing membranous and non-membranous eukaryotic cells; and explaining the importance of membrane structure and function in the […]

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Introduction The 20th century brought the humanity many innovations that made its lives easier. However, the most influential one was certainly the realization of power of genes and the development of genetic engineering. Yet, the science evidently shows that genetic engineering has many potential benefits and can solve many current problems of the modern world. […]

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Actions and Outcomes Fruit development in tomato is substantially influenced by environmental changes. Since recent times, parthenocarpy has become a highly discusses issue as it provides the possibility to improve fruit productivity and quality. Environmental conditions adverse for germination, fertilization, and pollen production have a negative influence on the quality and production of fruits. Therefore, […]

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Tactical deception is a technique used on animals used to misinform them in the advantage of the agent or human. The method is used with precise caution, and there are rules that have to be followed (Saint, 2012). There are various ways in which animals achieve tactical deception and camouflage is the most common method.

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F1 generation also called the first filial generation is comprised of offspring resulting from a cross of between strains of two different genotypes. It can also be referred as offspring generation resulting from the cross of initial parents. Genetic composition (genotype) of the F1 generation is dependent on the characteristics of parents.

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A great variety of animals and plant existing in the world has led scientists to organize them into groups. The classification has been based on similarities and dissimilarities of observable characteristics. Classification enables every organism to be identified and to be studied.

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