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Dengue

Dengue Mosquito: aedes aegypti Introduction - What it is Dengue is classified as a virus, that is, a disease caused by viruses. The virus is transmitted to a healthy person through the bite of the infected female mosquito Aedes Aegypti. This disease can manifest itself in two ways: classical dengue and hemorrhagic dengue.
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Lymphocytes

Lymphocyte: type of spherical-core leukocyte What are lymphocytes - definition Lymphocytes are a type of white blood cell (leukocyte) produced in the red bone marrow. Lymphocyte Function: - Perform the body's defense against infectious agents (viruses, bacteria, allergenic substances and other hostile bodies that may penetrate the human body).
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Orchids

Orchid: Exotic and Beautiful Flower Introduction (what they are) Orchids are plants and flowers of the orchid family of the order of microsperms. They are typical of tropical regions, although they can be found on all continents except Antarctica. Brazil, for example, is a country where we find a large quantity and variety of orchids.
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Integumentary System - Human Skin

Human skin: composed of three layers What it is The skin and its attachments (nails, hair and glands) are part of the integumentary system. It is composed of three layers: epidermis, dermis and subcutaneous tissue. The layers of the skin The epidermis is the outer part and the only one that is in contact with the environment. For this reason, it also has the important function of protecting the body against damage caused by external agents.
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Nutrient absorption by plants

Nutrient uptake by plants occurs through the roots. Introduction (macronutrients, micronutrients, and soil) Like us, plants need nutrients. These can be classified as macronutrients (required more) and micronutrients (required less). Macronutrients include hydrogen, carbon and oxygen, which plants obtain through the photosynthetic process.
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Molds and Molds

Bread with mold (mold) What they are - definition Molds, also called molds, are species of filamentous fungi that thrive on organic matter. These molds have the ability to decompose organic matter. Main features and characteristics of molds A very common type of mold in our daily lives is bread mold.
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