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Research Papers on Biology

Biology is a branch of science that deals with living organisms. It is further divided into botany and zoology. Students of biology are likely to be asked to submit biology research papers when they are at higher levels of school or college. Therefore, Researchomatic has provided a platform from where students can easily get access to thousands of biology research papers.

Pancreas Pancreas Injuries to the pancreas are relatively rare and most often occur due to trauma to the upper abdomen. The pancreas can also become inflamed (pancreatitis) due to atraumatic causes, which are also worthy of consideration. Anatomy and Function The pancreas is an internal organ located in the upper left side of the ...
The Cloning And Expression Of Tcl
THE CLONING AND EXPRESSION OF TCL The Cloning and Expression of TCL via Baculovirus in Insect Cells ABSTRACT TCL is a member of the Rho-family GTPases, which are responsible for many cellular processes such as cell morphology, motility, and apoptosis. The function of TCL as a GTPase is not well understood. In ...
Invertibrate Zoology Different Taxa Relationships
Invertibrate Zoology Different Taxa Relationships Arthropads By nearly any measure, the most successful animals on the planet are the arthropods. They have conquered land, sea and air, and make up over three-fourths of all currently known living and fossil organisms, or over one million species in all. Since many arthropod species remain ...
Outline This paper will follow the below mentioned outline: Introduction History Discussion Classification Characteristics Ebola Virus Family Symptoms Preventions Conclusion Ebola Virus Introduction Ebola viruses are a group of exotic viral agents that cause a severe hemorrhagic fever disease in humans and other primates. The four known subtypes or species of Ebola viruses are Zaire, Sudan, Reston, and Côte d'Ivoire (Ivory Coast), named ...
Isolation And Identification Of Streptococci And Staphylococci
Isolation and Identification of Streptococci and Staphylococci Isolation and Identification of Streptococci and Staphylococci Introduction Group A streptococcus (Streptococcus pyogenes) is an important organism of bacterial infections in both adults and children throughout the world. Impetigo is the most common bacterial skin infection in children. All cases of bullous impetigo are ...
Herbal Tea
Herbal Tea Herbal Tea HERBAL TEA 1. Documentary proof on plants that does not impart any medicinal properties Herbal Tea is a beverage that is prepared in the same manner as tea but which contains no actual tea leaves. Instead, these teas are used by steeping the flowers, berries, peels, seeds, leaves, or roots ...
Post Polio Syndrome
Post polio syndrome Abstract Post polio syndrome is a viral disease that develops in patients after the remaining patches of poliomyelitis. PPS infects those patients who already suffered from poliomyelitis in the age of adolescence or in adult age. This research paper focuses on the PPS in adults at a later stage ...
Latitudinal Gradient In Biodiversity
Latitudinal Gradient in Biodiversity Latitudinal Gradient in Biodiversity Introduction One of the most striking regularities of the spatial distribution of species in the modern biosphere is the so-called latitudinal gradient of diversity (SHGR) in the tropics, the maximum number of species, as we approach the poles, it gradually decreases. Analysis of the global ...
Vitamin D And Rashes
Vitamin D and Rashes Vitamin D and Rashes Introduction The report is based on the case scenario; in this case scenario the main issue that has been raised is rashes. There are several reasons that became the main cause of these rashes; usually it has been observed that the deficiency of ...
Leptospira Leptospira Introduction Leptospira is a zoonosis associated with a bacterium, transmitted by the urine of infected animals, survives in the environment (freshwater). Humans are accidental hosts infected either directly (contact with an infected animal) or, more often, by indirect (contact with fresh water or soil contaminated with urine or tissues of infected ...
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