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Fiber Sources

Dietary fibers: important for bowel function Introduction (importance) Fiber, present in many foods, is of utmost importance to our body, as it acts beneficially on bowel function. It is excellent for avoiding intestinal constipation (intestines stuck).
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Squamata

Komodo Dragon: Largest Reptile of the Order Squamata Biological Definition - What They Are These are animals that are part of the Reptile class that have as their main feature the presence of scales on the body. This order includes amphisbae, snakes and lacertils. Summary of main features: - Presence of scales on the body.
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Albumin

Structure of Human Albumin What is Albumin Albumin is a protein of rich biological value that is found in blood plasma. It is synthesized in the liver. Albumin can also be found in egg and milk. Main functions of albumin in the human body: - maintenance of osmotic pressure - transport of thyroid hormones - transport of free fatty acids - transport of fat soluble hormones - transport of unconjugated bilirubin - control of ph.
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Skin Respiration

Skin Respiration: Helper Function in Amphibians What it is - biological definition Skin respiration is that which occurs through the skin of the animal. Many animals do not have specialized organs for gas exchange, so they occur through the skin. How Gas Exchange Occurs The animals with cutaneous respiration system have cells and or blood vessels in the skin, and through them occurs the capture of oxygen from the environment.
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Photos of Mollusks

Introduction Mollusks are invertebrate animals that live in the sea, freshwater or land. The best known are: snails, snails, squids and oysters. Photos of Mollusks Snail Scientific Classification Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Mollusca Class: Gastropoda Order: Pulmonata Suborder: Basommatophora ____________________________ Squid Scientific Classification Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Mollusca Class: Cephalopoda Subclass: Coleoidea Order: Teuthida ____________________________ Oyster Scientific Classification Mollusca Kingdom: Animaolla Class: Bivalvia Order: Ostreoida Family: Ostreidae ____________________________ Snail Scientific Classification Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Mollusca Class: Gastropod Order: Pulmonata Suborder: Stylommatophora ____________________________ Octopus Scientific Classification Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Mollusca Class: Cephalopoda Subclass: Coleoidea Superiform: Octopus Order: Octopus ____________________________ Slug Scientific Classification Phylum: Mollusca Class: Gastropoda Subclass: Orthogastropoda Order: Pulmonata Suborder: Stylommatophora
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Plant Hormones

Plant Hormones: Multiple Functions in Plants What They Are Plant hormones, also known as phytohormones, are organic compounds produced by plants and play key roles in their growth and development. These hormones are present in small quantities and are produced in plant tissues.
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