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  • 08:28, 2 November 2023 Mukbil talk contribs created page Tumor (Created page with "'''Tumor''' a tumor is defined as an abnormal mass of tissue that forms when cells grow and divide uncontrollably. There are several risk factors for tumors, including smoking, exposure to UV radiation, occupational exposures to aromatic amines and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, etc. Some tumors might also be inherited genetically or caused by viral infections. There are three main types of tumor: Benign, Premalignant, and Malignant. Benign tumors are non-cancerous a...")
  • 08:26, 2 November 2023 Mukbil talk contribs created page Transplantation (Created page with "'''Transplantation''' a surgical procedure in which an organ or a tissue is transferred from one location to another location of a person's body, eg, a skin autograft transplant orallograft transplant when an organ from one individual (the donor) is transferred to another individual (the recipient), eg, transplant of kidney. The donor could be a living, brain dead, or dead via circulatory death or cadaveric source. Types of Organ Transplants include replacing damaged t...")
  • 08:24, 2 November 2023 Mukbil talk contribs created page Tissue (Created page with "'''Tissue''' derives from the French word ‘tissue’, which means something that is ‘woven’. In multi cellular higher organisms like animals and plants, the tissue comprises cells of similar structure that work together to perform a specific function. In biology, tissue is a cellular hierarchical organizational level between cells and organs. Similar tissues comprise ‘organs’, e.g., the brain, heart, lung, etc. All the organs together make up the entire body....")
  • 08:22, 2 November 2023 Mukbil talk contribs created page Toxin (Created page with "'''Toxin''' are heterogeneous molecules that show toxic properties to other cells, organisms, and living beings in various mechanisms. The plant's toxic nature and seeds have also been well-known for centuries. Dating back to about 1500 BC, the first information and description of natural poisons originated in the Ebers Papyrus. It is now widely known that many plants content with poisonous substances. In 50 BC, Dioscorides classified toxins depending on their origin to...")
  • 08:18, 2 November 2023 Mukbil talk contribs created page Tetanus Toxin (Created page with "'''Tetanus Toxin''' first described in the fourth century BC by Hippocrates of Kos (Greece) as a neuroparalytic disease. The disease leading to rigidity and tetanic spasms is characterized by voluntary muscle hyperactivity. Tetanus caused by a bacterium was demonstrated in 1884 by Carle and Rattone and later isolated by Kitasato and named Clostridium tetani. In 1889, it was demonstrated that the bacterium C. tetani produce a potent neurotoxin that causes tetanus. Worl...")
  • 08:12, 2 November 2023 Mukbil talk contribs created page Teratogenesis (Created page with "'''Teratogenesis''' Terato is a Greek word meaning monster or ugly creature. The defective process by which the developing fetus or fetus in the mother's womb is functionally and structurally altered and gives birth as a deformed, deformed and disabled baby is called teratogenesis. In a word, teratogenesis is a congenital disability of the animal embryo. Fetal congenital disabilities are thought to be caused primarily by two mechanisms. One is for an error in the geneti...")
  • 08:09, 2 November 2023 Mukbil talk contribs created page Technology (Created page with "'''Technology''' is the most influential phenomenon that changes the world. The word 'Technology' derives from the Greek words 'techne' and 'logos'. Techne means art or the method or technique by which something is acquired. The speech, or utterance, through which inner thinking is expressed is called logos. Therefore, technology refers to statements or conversations concerning how things are acquired. The term was first used by the Greek philosopher Aristotle, who divid...")
  • 07:29, 2 November 2023 Mukbil talk contribs created page Vitamin (Created page with "'''Vitamin''' the vitamin is an organic nutrient that does not produce energy, but it is essential in a small amount for normal body function. It is an essential nutrient our bodies cannot produce on their own, and we should take it from our food or supplement. Vitamins are commonlycategorized as water-soluble and fat-soluble vitamins. Vitamin B complexes and C are members of water-soluble vitamins. Vitamins A, D, E, and K are members of fat-soluble vitamins. Fat-solubl...")
  • 07:27, 2 November 2023 Mukbil talk contribs created page Virulence (Created page with "'''Virulence''' means disease severity. The word virulent, meaning "a poisoned wound, derives from the Latin word virulentus. Virulence is the comparative ability of a pathogen to defeat a host's defenses and cause disease or damage. A pathogen is an organism, eg, a bacterium or virus, that harms its host and causes illness. As a host, the level of damage caused by a microbe or a virus in animals refers to virulence. The virulence factors are determined by the pathogeni...")
  • 07:25, 2 November 2023 Mukbil talk contribs created page Veterinary Science (Created page with "'''Veterinary Science''' is a branch of medical science also called Veterinary medicine. It is a biological science concerned with the prevention, control, diagnosis, and treatment of diseases and disorders affecting the health of domestic, wild, pet, and aquatic animals. Other than these, veterinary science deals with animal husbandry, breeding, and nutrition and is alsoconcerned with preventing and transmitting animal diseases to people, commonly called zoonotic diseas...")
  • 07:23, 2 November 2023 Mukbil talk contribs created page Symbiosis (Created page with "'''Symbiosis''' is an interaction or close living relationship between organisms from different species, usually with benefits to one or both species. Five types of relationships are recognized. ''Mutualism'' can be defined as an interaction between individuals from different species that brings beneficial effects to each species. An example of a mutual relationship is ''lichens''. This mutually beneficial relationship consists of algae and a fungus. The fungi bring sup...")
  • 07:08, 2 November 2023 Mukbil talk contribs created page Sustainable Development (Created page with "'''Sustainable Development''' With the advent of the industrial revolution in mid-18th century, businesses comprehended the financial return from natural resources and started enhanced use for greater profits. In 1968 Garret Hardin outlined in his essay, ‘Tragedy of Commons’, he observed that individualism is the primary focus of businesses and thus it is against the interest of communities if it results in exhaustion of natural resources. The first conference of Un...")
  • 07:03, 2 November 2023 Mukbil talk contribs created page Straw (Created page with "'''Straw''' is the dried mature crop plant that remains after collecting seeds/fruits. It is commonly known as the dried stalks (vegetative parts) of the mature cereal crop plants (rice/wheat/maize/barley/oat) that remain after harvesting and removing grains. It is an agricultural byproduct, and its nutritional value is inferior since it is harvested after maturity. The digestibility of straw is very low, about 40%. Rice straw and wheat straw usually contains 14 – 20%...")
  • 07:01, 2 November 2023 Mukbil talk contribs created page Steroid (Created page with "'''Steroid''' a biologically active natural or synthetic organic compound,is significant in medicine, biology and chemistry. Steroid is included among the components of cell membranes, signaling molecules, different sex hormones, adrenocortical hormones, bile acids, and numerous physiologically dynamic components of flora, fauna and fungi.The core structure of steroid is specified by 17 carbon atoms organized in four fused rings. The steroids differ from one another th...")
  • 07:00, 2 November 2023 Mukbil talk contribs created page Sterilization (Created page with "'''Sterilization''' is a validated process that destroys, eliminates, or deactivates all forms of microorganisms (ie, bacteria, fungi, parasites, and viruses) along with the most resistant endospores and prions. Although both sterilization and disinfection remove pathogens, the key to distinguishing these two techniques is the endospore. After the complete sterilization process, an object is referred to as ascetic or sterile. Sterilization is commonly used in healthcare...")
  • 06:58, 2 November 2023 Mukbil talk contribs created page Stem Cell (Created page with "'''Stem Cell''' partially differentiated or undifferentiated cells in multicellular organisms that can differentiate into various types of cells. During the blastocyst stage of embryonic development in mammals, around days 5–14, roughly 50–150 cells make up the inner cell mass, eventually differentiating into all body cell types. However, cultured and isolated in vitro, they can be kept in the stem-cell stage as embryonic stem cells (ESCs). In mammals, adult stem...")
  • 06:38, 2 November 2023 Mukbil talk contribs created page Spermophilus (Created page with "'''Spermophilus''' is the most diverse and rich genus of ground squirrels. In 1825, the naming of the genus Spermophilus was given by Georges Cuvier, a French naturalist, and zoologist. They are widely distributed in Europe, Asia, and North America. Spermophilus comprises a variety of habitats, including tropical, subtropical, and temperate forests; hot and cold deserts; prairies and steppes; grasslands and meadows. Being a social animals, habitually, they live in commu...")
  • 06:35, 2 November 2023 Mukbil talk contribs created page Speed Breeding (Created page with "'''Speed Breeding''' is a plant breeding method that allows plant breeders to accelerate the breeding process by controlling temperature, photoperiod, intensity, and kinds of light for crop improvement. It is a combination of techniques that involves the manipulation of environmental conditions such as manipulation of the photoperiod and intensity of light, regulation of the temperature regime, regulation of soil moisture, modification of the levels of carbon dioxide, u...")
  • 06:33, 2 November 2023 Mukbil talk contribs created page Sheep (Created page with "'''Sheep''' there are 3.607 million indigenous sheep in Bangladesh and these animals rank third among ruminant species, and are reared solely for meat consumption. Native sheep are very efficient users of low-quality roughages, well adapted to hot-humid agro-climatic conditions, capable of bi-annual lambing with multiple births, and tolerant to various common diseases prevalent in Bangladesh. There are three types of indigenous sheep in Bangladesh, namely Jamuna Basin,...")
  • 06:31, 2 November 2023 Mukbil talk contribs created page Serotype (Created page with "'''Serotype''' a serotype is a closely related single species of microorganisms such as viruses or bacteria or a group of similar immune cells whose antigens are identical on the surface and can be used to isolate or type them. Therefore serotype is the separation of microorganisms with different surface antigens from the same species. For example, salmonella bacteria may look different under a microscope but may be divided into different serotypes based on the presence...")
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