Explore Hydrogen Bond, Covalent Bond, and more!

Human&Animal Anatomy and Physiology Diagrams: 01/17/14

The strengths of hydrogen bonds are about one tenth of the strengths of normal covalent bonds. In biology, it is looked at as a weak bond.

Science of Getting Old

The Science of Getting Old [Infographic]

The Science of Getting Old Infographic. In the cell-division process, telomeres keep DNA and RNA from becoming damaged. If you’re in your chances are you’re getting grey hair. This is due to the (Grey Hair Tips)

What is Bone Marrow? Bone marrow is the flexible tissue inside the bones that is responsible for the production of three main types of cells- red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets.

What is Bone Marrow? Bone marrow is the flexible tissue inside the bones that is responsible for the production of three main types of cells- red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets.

Figure 15-3. The binding of extracellular signal molecules to either cell-surface receptors or intracellular receptors.

Figure The binding of extracellular signal molecules to either cell-surface receptors or intracellular receptors - Molecular Biology of the Cell - NCBI Bookshelf

Protein Production: A Simple Summary of Transcription and Translation

Protein Production: A Simple Summary of Transcription and Translation

Afbeelding: An overview of the two stages of protein production: Transcription and Translation. Like so many things in Biology, these processes are both wonderfully simple and stunningly intricate.

Beatrice the Biologist! Cultivating curiosity and appreciation for science and nature one giggle at a time. I love this.

Beatrice the Biologist! Cultivating curiosity and appreciation for science and nature one giggle at a time.

Associate Degree Nursing Physiology Review

Associate Degree Nursing Physiology Review

The person before me said this was the Krebs cycle. Smh! No, this is glycolysis a process, occurs before the Krebs cycle, that breaks down glucose into two pyruvate molecules that can continue onto the Krebs cycle where it will be converted into carbon dioxide.

The "Krebs" or more correctly, The Tricarboxylic Acid Cycle. Memorized it once, still remember it. It was 30 points extra credit on my first Bio exam.

ViralZone: Baltimore classification

A knowledge resource to understand virus diversity

SparkNotes: Glycolysis: Anaerobic vs. Aerobic Respiration

red muscle: aerobic metabolism (high mit and myoglobin concen) TYpe 2 white muscle: anaerobic metabolism (low mit and myoglobin concen)

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