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Difference Between Spermatogenesis and Oogenesis

The difference between spermatogenesis and oogenesis is mainly due to the following factors like: Process Occurrence Product form after gametogenesis Process: The process of spermatogenesis and oogenesis is different where one produces ‘Sperms’ from a ‘Spermatogonium’ and the other produces ‘Ovum’ from an ‘Oogonium’. Occurrence: Spermatogenesis occurs inside the seminiferous tubules of a testis whereas …

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Difference Between Voluntary and Involuntary Muscle

The difference between voluntary and involuntary muscle is mainly due to their functional property. In a voluntary muscle, the functioning is not automatic control by the somatic nervous system and is in our control. The functioning of an involuntary muscle is automatic which is controlled by the automatic nervous system and not in our control. …

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Mucor

Mucor is a mould which is a type of fungi, that is found everywhere. There are many species of Mucor ( around 50), that are distributed worldwide. It can cause diseases particularly refers to “Mucormycosis” that cause many infections in mucous membrane, lung, eye, skin etc. Classification: Kingdom: Mycota Division: Zygomycota Sub-division: Zygomycotina Class: Zygomycetes …

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Spores

Spores are the unicellular structure. These formed during unfavourable conditions. They can survive in a harsh environment. Spores are highly resistant structures, can withstand harsh conditions like high temperature, pH, salt concentration etc. Spores exist in variable shapes, sizes and numbers. These are the reproductive structures that form in the life cycle of many plants, …

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Electrophoresis

Electrophoresis separates the biomolecules like proteins, nucleic acids, amino acids etc. according to their size, shape, chemical charge etc. under the control of the electric field. Under the influence of the electric field, a positively charged molecule (Anion) will move towards the negatively charged electrode i.e. Cation. The negatively charged molecule (Cation) moves towards the …

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Blood cells

The blood cells are part of the blood circulatory system. Blood is a fluid that mainly pumps out by the heart and circulates it throughout the body and then comes back to the heart, is a process refers to as “Circulation of blood” and occurs in a circulatory system. Blood acts as a “Carrier” that …

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