Organ Transplant is a process of picking an organ from one individual and placing it in a different individual, such as a kidney transplant. It is generally carried out to replace a diseased organ with a healthy one. The organ transplant may sometimes lead to various complications in the individual receiving that organ. These complications are mediated through host body immune responses against antigens of the transplanted organ. Continue reading All You Need To Know About Organ Transplant.
The discovery that genetic information is coded along the length of DNA was one of the major achievements of science in the 20th century. This polymeric molecule, DNA, is the chemical basis of heredity and is the fundamental units of genetic information.
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Biosphere Reserves (BRs) are specified areas of natural and cultural landscapes that include minimally disturbed, man-modified and degraded ecosystems. These are meant for preserving genetic diversity in various natural biomes.
Antibiotics have been around for many years and if your baby is 3 years or few months old then it is evident that you may get confronted to antibiotics 4 to 5 times in a year and may have fears and doubts about antibiotics. Moreover, many of you may have a habit of taking antibiotics on an old prescription. These habits are not good for your baby’s health. However, if antibiotics are used wisely, they can provide significant benefits.
Gregor Johann Mendel was the first to visualize a gene as a discrete, stable particulate unit of inheritance in 1865. He called it a factor and postulated that the offspring receive some specific factors from their parents which make parents characters to appear in the offspring. The term “Gene” was introduced by Johansson in 1909 for a unit of heredity located at a specific site, the locus, in a chromosome. Continue reading What are Genes?