Posts Tagged ‘Animal Cell Ribosomes’
Animal Cell Endoplasmic Reticulum
There are several types of animal courses that can help understanding the behavioural problems in animals, their general ailments and handling the pets in a better way than before. It is obvious that when you start sharing our home space with a pet, you start caring for it, and becomes as important to learn the right ways of healing your pets. Since, there are some institutes that offer animal healing workshops and courses it will be not hard to spend little bit of time for learning the fundamentals of energy imbalances, symptoms of diseases, and the right treatment. It Read the rest of this entry »
Animal Cell Cell Membrane
U.S. President Thomas Jefferson said, “If people let government decide what foods they eat and what medicines they take, their bodies will soon be in as sorry a state as are the souls of those who live under tyranny.”
First Lady Michelle Obama in 2010 started promoting her “Let’s Move” campaign as a way to reduce childhood obesity rates. Since then, she’s been criticized for consuming buffalo wings, spare ribs, and hamburgers, even though a fast and healthy way to lose weight is through an all-meat/fat diet, derived from organic/grass-fed livestock.
Animal Cell Ribosomes
In the article – The Truth about Life: The Nature of Life – by the same author, we learned that the true nature of Life is matter-energy assimilation for a sustainable purpose.
We also learned that everything about Life has its basis in a Cell.
To truly understand Life we need to know the Cell well, for the Cell is the fundamental support of Life!
What is the nature of a Cell, the true Living Organism?
A Cell is the simplest form of matter-energy able to assimilate Read the rest of this entry »
Animal Cell Cytoplasm
Endoplasmic reticulum structure
Endoplasmic reticulum (ER) is a type of organelle inside a cell. ER is a network of fluid-filled tubes. There are two types of ER, rough and smooth. A cell may have both or only one, depending on its function.
• Rough ER is joined to the nuclear membrane. Its external surface is studded with ribosomes (organelles involved with protein formation).
• Smooth ER is continuous with rough ER but has no ribosomes.
Endoplasmic reticulum functions Read the rest of this entry »