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Candidiasis

Candida Albicans: Main Microorganism Causing Candidiasis Candidiasis is a fungal disease that can affect both skin and mucous membranes. Depending on the affected region it may be classified as oral, intertrigo, vaginal, onychomycosis or paronychia candidiasis.
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Scientific Tree Names

TREES: Several species with different names Knowing the popular and scientific names of some tree species We know many tree species by the common (popular) name, ie the names people gave and went from generation to generation through popular culture. . But botanists (researchers who study plant species) and other scientists who study trees have come up with scientific names.
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Protocooperation

Protocooperation between the African crocodile and the stick bird Definition - What is Protocooperation is a harmonic (no harm to any individual) and interspecific (between individuals of different species) ecological relationship where benefits occur for all beings involved, and these can live independently.
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Liver

Liver: Several Important Functions in the Body What It Is The liver is an organ that acts as an exocrine gland (releasing secretions) and an endocrine gland (releasing substances in the blood and lymphatic system). It is the largest gland in the human body. Functions The liver performs many important functions within our body, such as: storage and release of glucose, lipid metabolism, protein metabolism (conversion of ammonia to urea), synthesis of most plasma proteins, drug and hormone processing, destruction. of worn out blood cells and bacteria, emulsification of fat during the digestion process through bile secretion, etc.
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Molecular Biology Books

Bibliographic indication for the study of Molecular Biology Bibliography (book indication of Molecular Biology): Basic Molecular Biology Author: Ferreira, Henrique B. Publisher: Artmed Molecular Cell Biology Author: Alberts, Brecu Publisher: Artmed Cellular and Molecular Biology Author: Fereira , Tales Alexandre A.
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Acne

Acne: Also Known As Pimple What It Is - Definition Acne, popularly known as "pimple", is an inflammation of the pilosebaceous follicle. It is through this follicle that the sebum travels from the sebaceous glands (where it is produced) to the skin. Acne Information and Key Characteristics Contrary to popular belief, sebum has an important function: preserving the skin's natural hydration (by limiting water evaporation) and also controlling bacterial flora.
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