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Cell Transport

Captions are on! Turn off by clicking “CC” at bottom right. Follow us on Twitter (@AmoebaSisters) and Facebook! Have you ever wondered what it must be like to be inside a cell? Imagine the genetic material, the cytoplasm, the ribosomes—you will find that in almost ALL cells—-prokaryotes and eukaryotes. Eukaryote cells in addition have membrane […]

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Membrane potentials – part 2 | Circulatory system physiology | NCLEX-RN | Khan Academy

So in the last video we talked about how you have a higher concentration of potassium on the inside– around 150 millimoles per liter –than you do on the outside– let’s say around five millimoles per liter. Just to recap some important points we brought up, we said that essentially what happens is that you […]

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Complex Permanent Tissues | Xylem & Phloem | Plant Tissues | Biology | Letstute

Hello everyone previously in the chapter of plant tissues we have discussed some specialized tissues needed by the plant to carry out functions like growth, photosynthesis etc and we have also seen the tissues that provide support to the plant during adverse conditions like storm. Along with these functions, a very important function of the […]

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Genetics And Fertility: Chapter 1 – Introduction to Genetics

You’re watching Introduction to Genetics Chapter 1 of the Genetics and Fertility video series from the American Society for Reproductive Medicine. Genetics is the study of how traits and characteristics are passed from parents to their children. Genetic testing helps us understand who is at risk for passing on or receiving those traits. This video […]

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