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Paradise Books of Biology

Nomination of Paradactic Biology Books Paradactic Biology Books Journey to the Cell Core Author: Ramos, Paulo Augusto Verney Publisher: AGE The Water Cycle Author: Mattos, Neide Simões; Granato Fachinni, Suzana Publisher: FTD A Food Chain Author: Frerichs, Rosane Publisher: FTD Human Anatomy Author: Ática Publisher: Ática Genética - Investigando Collection Author: Lima, Celso Piedemonte Publisher: Ática The Marine Ecosystem - Investigating Collection Author: Futema, Edson Publisher: Ática Animals - Atlas Visual Collection Author: Editora Ática Publisher: Ática Clones Demais - Ciência em Dia Collection Author: Leite, Marcelo Publisher: Ática Body: Limits and Care - Eye on Science Collection Author: Jaf, Ivan; Aratangy, Lidia R.
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STD - Sexually Transmitted Diseases

Papilloma Virus (HPV) What it is - Definition STDs, also known as venereal diseases, are sexually transmitted diseases. They are infectious and transmitted through sexual intercourse. How to avoid The best way to avoid contamination with infectious agents that cause STDs is still the use of condoms, which besides preventing contamination, also prevents its spread.
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Fortified Food

Bread made with folic acid enriched flour What is Fortified food is one that receives the addition of some important nutrient for health. Also called fortified food, it is used to reinforce the nutritional value of food composition and prevents the deficiency of certain nutrients.
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Moorish cat

Moorish cat: a common feline in America Moorish cat Scientific name: Puma yagouaroundi Other names: jaguarundi, eira, black maracajá and black cat. Habitat: From the forests of southern Texas (USA) to the Argentine territory. It is also found in Brazilian territory (except in southern RS). It is mainly found near the banks of rivers and lakes.
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Homeothermic Animals

Birds and mammals are homeothermic What they are - biological definition Homeothermic animals are those that have the characteristic of keeping their body temperature constant, ie without variation. These animals maintain body temperature between 35 and 40ºC (varies from species to species). Not important if the environment has a high or low temperature, these animals always have a constant temperature.
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Protein Functions

Food: protein source for the body The main functions of proteins - Building new tissues of the human body. - They act in the transport of substances such as oxygen. - They act on the body's defense system, neutralizing and fighting viruses, bacteria and other foreign elements.
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