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Biology is the fields of science that deals with study of the living organism and their vital process. It is subdivided into different fields that cover the all aspects of living organism such as morphology, physiology, anatomy, behaviour, origin, and distribution of living organism. Biochemistry and molecular biology are the two different fields of biology that deal structure, function of biological important molecules and their reactions. The main difference between biochemistry and molecular biology is…

Solution and suspension are mixture of two different substances (solute and solvent) that have different characteristics  A summary of the difference between solution and suspension is the following. What is the solution? A solution is the homogeneous mixture of two or more uniform comments and properties and evenly distributed. A true solution is the combination of two substances solute and solvent. A solute is the substance that is dissolve in solvent changes its state in…

Tendon and ligament are the fibrous connective tissue that composed of collagen fiber. These collagen fibers give them a high tensile strength thus both tendons and ligaments play a significant role in musculoskeletal biomechanics. The ligament or tendon contain fibers that are collected into fiber bundles and the bundles into fascicles. These fascicles contain basic fibril or fibroblast. Fibril and fibroblast are the basic cells that produce the ligament or tendon. Other cells in ligaments…

New York is the state of the USA that provides opportunities to the students. There are many colleges and universities in it that provide high-class education in different fields to the students. Many universities offer biochemistry colleges that help to study at the molecular level. The study of biochemistry helps the student to explore areas such as cell development, growth, heredity, and disease more deeply. Biochemistry is the sum of Bio and Chemistry that explores the…

Purines and Pyrimidines are the most important building blocks of DNA and RNA. They are the nitrogenous bases that make up the nucleic acids. Nomenclature Purines are made up of a six-membered and a five-membered nitrogen-containing ring, which are fused together. Adenine—6-amino purineGuanine—2-amino-6-oxy urineHypoxanthine—6-oxy purineXanthine—2,6-dioxy purine Adenine and Guanine are found both in DNA and RNA. As Hypoxanthine and Xanthine are synthesized, they are not included in nucleic acids. Pyrimidines have only a six-membered nitrogen-containing…

Ribosomes are tiny featureless particles at low magnification in electron micrographs but they are made up of an equal amount of RNA called ribosomal RNA (rRNA) and protein. Ribosomes are the site of protein synthesis. Subunits of Ribosomes Two subunits construct the ribosomes, one large and one small, that only bind together during protein synthesis. A large subunit binds with the tRNA, amino acids, and small subunit. While a small subunit binds with mRNA and…

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