The osteoblast, cell found within bone tissue, is responsible for bone synthesis and mineralisation over the formation of the skeleton and further bone remodelling (…)


The osteoclast is one of the bone cells. Its function is the resorption of bone tissue over a process called remodelling (…)


Parasitology is the branch of biology that studies parasites, their characteristics, their way of life and diseases or parasitic infections caused by them.

Pure Line

A pure line is a population that originates through inbreeding or self-fertilization, descendants always equal to each other and to the progenitors […]

Red blood cell

Red blood cell is the most abundant element in the blood and a highly specialized cell whose function is to transport oxygen from the lungs to the cells…

Vibrio cholerae

Vibrio cholerae is the bacterium responsible for cholera, a disease caused by the ingestion of contaminated food or water.