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The membrane that surrounds the organelles of the cell, by creating a barrier between cell organelles and the external environment is called the...
The function of: Insulin: Insulin is an anabolic hormone which is used for promoting the uptake of glucose, glycogenesis, lipogenesis, and...
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An individual trait may increase in a population in the following ways The trait is beneficial to the population: if a trait is beneficial to...
The process by which plants make food is named as photosynthesis. Photosynthesis is the process in which green plants use sunlight to make their...
No, we cannot say that there is a better body design as these organisms evolved according to their needs to survive in the environment. If a...

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