Arthropods: wide variety of species Arthropod classes INSECTA - Insects have terrestrial life. - The body is divided into head, chest and abdomen. - Hexapods: have six legs. - They have a pair of antennas. - They have tracheal breathing. Examples of insects: bees, flies, mosquitoes, cockroaches, bed bugs, butterflies, dragonflies and wasps.
Zoologist: scientist who studies animals Professional - what he does The zoologist is the professional who is dedicated to the scientific study of animals. Besides being very fond of animals, this professional must have qualities and skills linked to the scientific research of animals. Because zoology is a very wide area, since there are so many species of animals, there are specialties about the zoologist's work.
Chameleon: example of a lacertile reptile What they are - biological definition Lacertils are scaled reptiles (order Squamata), which belong to the suborder Sauria. They are mainly found in Asia, Africa and America. There are about 300 known species of lacertils. Summary of main features: - They live mainly in woodland and forest regions.
Bibliographic indication for the study of Human Parasitology Bibliography (indication of Human Parasitology books): Parasitology - parasites and parasitic diseases Author: Rey, Luis Publisher: Guanabara Themes: Medicine, Health, Infectious Diseases, Parasitology Manual of Parasitology Author: Berenguer, Jaime Gallego Publisher: Argos Themes: Medicine, Health, Clinical Pathology Basic Parasitology Author: Filippis, Thelma de Publisher: Atheneu Themes: Human Parasitology, Health, Medicine Human Parasitology Author: Neves, David Pereira Publisher: Atheneu Themes: Human Parasitology, Health, Infectious Diseases, Medicine Parasitology and Human Mycology Author: Moraes Publisher: Guanabara Themes: Human Parasitology, Health, Infectiousness Manual of Human Parasitology Author: Various Publisher: Editus - UESC Themes: Human Parasitology, Health, Infectology Medical Parasitology - text and atlas Author: Cheadle, Russel Publisher: Premier Themes: Human Parasitology, Health, Clinical Pathology Parasitolog ia Dinâmica Author: Neves, David Pereira Publisher: Atheneu Themes: Human Parasitology, Health, Infectious Diseases Bases of Medical Parasitology Author: Rey, Luis Publisher: Guanabara Themes: Human Parasitology, Health, Medicine Atlas of Parasitology Author: Bittencourt Neto, João Batista Publisher: Atheneu Themes: Human Parasitology, Health, Medicine What We Should All Know: Animal and Plant Parasites Author: Barroso, Sebastião Publisher: Catilina Themes: Parasitology, Health
Developmental biology: focus on the study of embryonic development What is Human Developmental Biology? Human Developmental Biology, also known as Embryology, is a branch of biology responsible for studying morphogenesis (development from the zygote), embryonic development and nervous system of gametogenesis (the process in which gametes are produced in sexually reproducing organisms) until the moment of the birth of living beings.
Glucose Molecule Introduction When we eat carbohydrates (pasta, candy, etc.) they are transformed into glucose, and after that it enters our bloodstream. Glucose in the human body When the blood glucose concentration exceeds the upper limit, the excess is removed by the liver and stored within it as glycogen.