RNA is a nucleic acid occurring in the cytoplasm and the nucleolus, containing phosphoric acid, p-ribose, adenine, guanine, cytosine, and Uralic.
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Hybridization is the act of producing hybrids, i. e., offspring from genetically dissimilar strains.
Thylakoids flattened membranous sacs which contain the photosynthetic pigments of the cell. In cyanobacteria they occur within the cytoplasm; in
Modulator is the regulatory metabolite that binds to the allosteric site if an enzyme and alters the maximum velocity. Also called effectors, modifier.
Moiety is a part of a molecule having a characteristic chemical property.
Meiosis is a process occurring during cell division at different points in the life cycles of different organisms, in which the chromosome
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Oxidation-reduction potential is a measure of the ability of an O/R system to absorb electrons, compared with that of the standard hydrogen O/R
Fission is an asexual process by which some microorganisms reproduce; transverse cell division in bacteria.