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Molecular Evidence of Evolution

The comparison between DNA molecules of different species has revealed the degree of similarity of their genes, which shows the evolutionary relationship. The same is true for proteins that ultimately reflect genetic similarities and differences. Cytochrome c is a protein present in all living beings that do aerobic respiration, consisting of 104 chained amino acids.
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Adipose connective tissue

In this tissue the intracellular substance is reduced, and the lipid-rich cells are called adipose cells. It occurs mainly under the skin, performing functions of energy reserve, protection against mechanical shocks and thermal insulation. It also occurs around some organs such as the kidneys and the heart.
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Antoine de Lavoisier

"In nature nothing is created, nothing is lost, everything is transformed" Does the above sentence sound familiar? Because it has to do with chemistry and was said by the French chemist Antoine Laurent de Lavoisier. Fascinated by studies and discoveries, he not only revolutionized this area of ​​science but also worked in other fields of knowledge.
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Hemophilia

It is a blood clotting disorder that lacks factor VIII, one of the proteins involved in the process, found in the plasma of normal people. Haemophiliacs have a tendency to have severe bleeding after minor injuries, such as minor injury or tooth extraction.
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Simple substances and compound substances

The water molecule is made up of two hydrogen atoms and one oxygen. Already the nitrogen gas, which exists in the atmosphere, is formed by the union of two nitrogen atoms. The same goes for oxygen gas. We then say that oxygen is a simple substance, since it is formed by the union of chemically equal atoms.
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