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Human Genome Books

Bibliographic indication for the study of the Human Genome Bibliography (indication of books on the Human Genome): The Human Genome Project - Folha Explains Author: Teixeira, Monica Publisher: Publifolha Human Genome Project - Utopia of the Genetically Perfect Man Author: Souza, Valdomiro José de Publisher: Loyola Dna Recombinante - Genes and Genomes Author: Witkowski, Jan A.
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Creatine

Creatine: amino acid present in muscle fibers and brain What is Creatine It is a natural substance (composed of amino acids) present in the circulatory system of vertebrate animals, mainly in muscle fibers and brain. It is a molecule that carries supplemental energy in some systems of the body.
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Examples of Invertebrate Animals

Insect: example of invertebrate animal Best known examples of invertebrate animals: Arthropods - Spiders - Insects (cockroaches, crickets, grasshoppers, mosquitoes, bees, bedbugs, wasps, ants, butterflies, cockroaches, beetles, etc.) - Crustaceans (lobsters, shrimps , barnacles) - Centipedes - Snake Lice - Lacraias Molluscs - Shellfish - Squids - Octopuses - Snails Poriferous - Sponges Coelenterates - Corals - Polypets - Jellyfish Echinoderms - Starfish - Sea urchins Platelminths - Worms - Parasites Nematodes - Roundworms - Jackalote - Tapeworm Ringworms - Earthworms - Leeches - Polychaetes
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Zoonoses

Angry dog: one of the most common zoonoses What are zoonoses - biological definition Zoonoses are typical animal diseases that can be transmitted to humans and vice versa. The word has Greek origin, where zoon means animal and nosos means disease. Generally, these diseases are caused by parasites hosted in animals.
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Muscle tissues

Cardiac striated muscle tissue Main features The human body has four main types of tissue (epithelial, connective, muscular and nervous). Muscle tissues have mainly the functions of movement, contraction of organs and support of the human body (auxiliary function in conjunction with bones).
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What are the forms of bacteria?

Question and Answer on Bacterial Forms Question: What forms of bacteria? Answer: Bacteria can be classified according to their shape. Coconuts - bacteria that have the spherical or ovoid shape. These bacteria form colonies when they are clustered. Example: meningococcus (Neisseria meningitidis), a bacterium that causes meningitis.
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