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Flagellates

Giárdia Lamblia: example of flagellate Introduction - biological definition Also known as mastigophores, flagellates form a heterogeneous group of protozoa. These unicellular microorganisms can move through the movement of their flagella. Summary of the main characteristics of flagellates: - Have one or more flagella during one or all life cycles.
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Biological Taxonomy

Taxonomy: ordering and classifying living beings What is Taxonomy Biological Taxonomy is a branch of biology that focuses on the ordering and classification of living things. This science studies the kinship relationships between organisms and their evolutionary histories. Taxonomy operates after the generation of the phylogenetic tree of a living being.
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Bacteria Filos

Bacteria: classification in several phyla Bacteria phyla: - Acidobacteria phylum - Actinobacteria phylum - Aquifere phylum - Armatimonadetes phylum - Bacteroidetes phylum - Chlamydiae phylum - Chlorobi phylum - Chloroflexi phylum - Chrysiogenetes phylum - Phylococcus Deibacterium - Phylococcus Phylum - Bacteria thermus - Dictyoglomi Phylum - Elusimicrobia Phylum - Fibrobacteria Phylum - Firmicutes Phylum - Fusobacteria Phylum - Gemmatimonadetes Phylum - Lentisphaerae Phylum - Nitrospira Phylum - Planctomycetes Phylum - Proteobacteria Phylum - Phyloistiophile Thermoses Phylohyperes - Phylobacteria Phylohyperes - Biological: - The bacterium Clostridium tetani, which causes tetanus, belongs to the phylum Firmicutes.
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Ecology Branches

Ecology: Three major branches of study Introduction The study of ecology can be divided into several branches (areas). The three main branches of this science are: Autoecology, Synecology and Demoecology. The division of ecology into these three major branches of study was made by botanist Carl Schroter in the early twentieth century.
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Predatory Animals and Predation

Lion: Example of a Predatory Animal Predation and Predatory Animals (which they are) Predation, also known as predatism, is an ecological relationship in which an animal (predator) hunts, kills, and feeds on another animal (prey) of a different species. Most predatory animals are carnivorous (meat-eating) or omnivorous (meat-eating).
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Human Body Bones - Skeletal System

Bones: Balancing and Maintaining the Human Body Knowing Bones and the Skeletal System Despite its simple appearance, bone has very complex and vital functions for maintaining and balancing the human body. It is formed from a process known as ossification, which can be intramembranous (within the connective tissue membranes) or endochondral (formation on a cartilage mold).
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