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Unicellular fungi

At first glance, it seems that all fungus is macroscopic. There are, however, single-cell microscopic fungi. Among these, Saccharomyces cerevisiae may be cited. This fungus is used to make bread, cachaça, beer, etc., thanks to the fermentation that it performs. Saccharomyces: unicellular fungi.
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How to store the toothbrush?

People often store their toothbrush in various places, such as inside the bathroom cabinet, in a drawer, in a toothbrush holder or even leaving it over the sink, sometimes using a plastic cover to protect the bristles. But what is the ideal way to keep it so that it is always clean?
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9 Curious Facts About Your Body

We do not know our own body. Do you know how many liters of blood are in your body? Or how many times do you blink and breathe per minute? Do you know your face is home to a bacterial colony? Check out some curious facts about the human body: 1. We breathe 12 to 20 times per minute Respiratory rate is the number of breaths you give per minute.
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Gravity force

Force of the universe that meets a natural law that "matter attracts matter". It keeps us "stuck" to the earth, also keeps the moon spinning around our planet and moving around the sun, for example.
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Nucleic acids

Nucleic acids are giant molecules (macromolecules) formed by smaller monomeric units known as nucleotides. Each nucleotide, in turn, is made up of three parts: a sugar of the pentose group (monosaccharides with five carbon atoms); a phosphate radical, derived from the orthophosphoric acid molecule (H3PO4).
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Giardiasis

Giardiasis is a more frequent intestinal parasitosis in children than in adults and whose etiological agent is Giardia lamblia. This flagellated protozoan has a higher incidence in temperate climates. The genus Giardia belongs to the first human intestinal protozoan to be known. His description is attributed to Leeuwenhoek who noticed 'tiny moving animals' in his own feces.
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