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Biology


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Introduction to living things
Classification of Living Beings
Linnaeus and the Binomial System
Popular Names
Phylogeny
Cladograms
General features
Prokaryotic, Eukaryotic and Incomplete Cells
Animal cell
Plant Cell
The viruses
Viruses living or not?
Viral Human Diseases
Bacteriophages
Monera Kingdom (Bacteria / Archaea)
Bacterial Metabolism
Bacteria Reproduction
Cyanobacteria
Archeobacteria
Protist Kingdom
Classification
Rhizopods or Sacorniceous
Flagellates
Sporozoa or Apicomplexes
Ciliates
Seaweed
Kingdom Fungi
Importance of Fungi
Reproduction of fungi
Fungal Classification
Lichens
Animalia Kingdom - Invertebrates
Characteristics
Embryonic leaflets
Celoma
Invertebrates
Porifers
Cnidarian
Flatworms
Schistosomiasis
Teniasis
Nematelminto
Oxyuriasis
Filariasis
Ascariasis
Hookworm: Yellowish
Shellfish
Annelids
Arthropods
Insects
Crustaceans
Arachnids
Myriapods
Echinoderms
Animalia Kingdom - Chordates
Urochordata Subphile
Subphylus Cephalochordata
Vertebrate Subphylum
Agates or Cyclostomes
Cartilaginous Fish
Bone Fish
Amphibians
Reptiles
Birds
Mammals
Kingdom Plantae
Bryophytes
Pteridophytes
Gymnosperms
Angiosperms
Animal Physiology
Digestion
Compared digestion
Vitamins and Mineral Salts
Digestion Problems
Circulation
Sense organs
Osmoregulation and excretion
Endocrine system
Breath
Nervous system
Body coating
Skeletal system
Muscle system
Histology
Tissue formation
Tissue Types
Epithelial tissue
Coating epithelia
The histology of the skin
Skin sensors
Skin Attachments
Epithelial cell renewal
Cell Joints
Glandular epithelial tissue
Connective tissue
Loose connective tissue
Fiber Types
Dense connective tissue
Adipose connective tissue
Cartilage connective tissue
Blood connective tissue
Bone connective tissue
Muscle tissues
Skeletal striated muscle tissue
Cardiac striated muscle tissue
Smooth or non-striated muscle tissue
Nervous tissue
Genetics
Mendel, the initiator of genetics
Mendel's 1st Law: Factors Segregation Law
Phenotype and genotype
Test crossing
Constructing a heredogram
Incomplete Dominance or Co-Dominance
Lethal alleles: The genes that kill
How genes manifest
Probability applied to genetics
Multiple alleles in character determination
ABO blood group system
The Rh System Inheritance
Inheritance and sex
Inheritance of genes located on the X chromosome
Color blindness
Hemophilia
Mendel's Second Law
The relationship Meiosis and Mendel's 2nd Law
Linkage
The cis and trans arrangements of the linked genes
Non-allele gene interactions
Epistasis
Complementary gene action
Quantitative Inheritance
Pleiotropy
Chromosomal Aberrations
Sex chromosome aneuploidies
Autosomal Aneuploidies
Structural chromosomal aberrations
Prenatal Diagnosis
The innate errors of metabolism and genetics
Biotechnology