Nitrogen Cycle | #aumsum

Nitrogen Cycle. Magic book. Magic glares. Atmospheric Nitrogen. Mr. Smart. I constitute around 78% of the air. It’s time for Nitrogen Cycle. Leguminous Plant. Atmospheric nitrogen cannot be used directly by plants and animals. Nitrogen needs to get converted to nitrogenous compounds. This process is called Nitrogen fixation. So, go to my roots. Leguminous plant […]

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How Exercise Makes you Smarter and a Better Student

How Exercise Makes you Smarter and a Better Student

Everyone knows they should exercise to be healthy, but it’s also gonna make you a better student. Stay tuned to find out how. What’s going on guys! This is Jay from MedSchoolInsiders.com. We all know that exercise is important and something we should incorporate regularly into our lives because of the multitude of benefits. From […]

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Crash course: Checking claims

Crash course: Checking claims

Hello, welcome at this new vlog of Belicons. Nice that you are watching. This week my blog and vlog are about our trust in science. In my blog of this week I wrote that scientists are human beings too and that it can happen that they say something and that later on it turns out […]

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Protein-protein interaction study: Binding analysis

Protein-protein interaction study: Binding analysis

Welcome to the MOOC NPTEL course on intractomics To completely understand the function of a protein it is important to look beyond its expression pattern and identify its potential interaction partners and determine their interaction dynamics To study the interaction between two binding partners in SPR experiment one partner is attached to the surface and […]

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Turkish Weekly Words – Fruits

Turkish Weekly Words – Fruits

hi everyone its Celine and welcome to Turkish weekly words yay today we’re going to speak Turkish together okay let’s start I’m really excited about the topic so let’s go and see fruits yay finally about foods I’m so happy foods I really like fruits maybe – in Turkish if you want to say fruit […]

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First Things First: Why I Study Nutritional Sciences

First Things First: Why I Study Nutritional Sciences

the first community I have ever loved is my Jamaican community my parents are from Kingston Jamaica but I’m first-generation so I was born in Bridgeport, Connecticut and just seeing the culture within the Jamaican community the foods that we eat the things that we do is so amazing but realizing throughout my life that […]

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