biology

biology

Science students and authors interested in biology writing about advancements in the biological field
Jan
05
New Drug Called Hydroxychloroquine Used by Trump to Fight Coronavirus

New Drug Called Hydroxychloroquine Used by Trump to Fight Coronavirus

Hydroxychloroquine was suggested as a possible prevention or treatment method against coronavirus but insufficient evidence was found to support the effectiveness of this drug.
5 min read
Dec
11
World's Most Poisonous Mushrooms

World's Most Poisonous Mushrooms

Mushrooms are considered nutritious and delicious food. But, some species are poisonous, which can lead to death if ingested.
6 min read
Nov
14
Human Head Transplant: Possibilities and Challenges

Human Head Transplant: Possibilities and Challenges

Given access to the right technology, it is possible to transplant the most complex organ of the human body, the head.
7 min read
Sep
29
Do camels really store water in their humps?

Do camels really store water in their humps?

The camels in called the ship of the desert. Since hundreds of years camels are using as a vehicle to cross the hot sands of the desert. They stay healthy for a long time without food and water to reach their destination by crossing the inaccessible desert.
3 min read
Sep
11
Why are Some People Left-Handed?

Why are Some People Left-Handed?

A group of researchers have identified a network of genes that might have connection to the preference of the progress of asymmetry in the body and the brain. And that network of genes relate to handedness in humans.
4 min read
Aug
19
Structure and Function of Heart

Structure and Function of Heart

The heart is a triangular-shaped, hollow, muscular organ. It is situated on the left side between the two lungs. It consists of special involuntary muscles.
4 min read
Aug
11
Blood: The Fluid of Life

Blood: The Fluid of Life

Blood is a connective tissue, and just like any other connective tissue, it is mainly composed of extracellular matrix and cells.
7 min read
Jul
29
What Makes Fireflies Tick?

What Makes Fireflies Tick?

Fireflies produce a chemical reaction inside their bodies which lets them light up. This kind of light production is called bioluminescence. There is a thing like a box light on the back of a firefly's body. It contains two types of chemicals: Luciferase and Luciferin.
4 min read
Jul
13
Thank You Little Organisms

Thank You Little Organisms

Our immune system protects us from many pathogens, viruses, and microbes. This process is very brilliant and accurate and worth knowing about.
5 min read
Jul
12
Nucleus: The Heart & Brain of a Cell

Nucleus: The Heart & Brain of a Cell

The word “Nucleus” came out from latin word “Nex-nut” meaning kernel or seed. Nuclei is used to refer to a single form of nucleus. This is the very first organelle to be discovered. The nucleus was discovered by English scientist Robert Brown in 1831.
3 min read