Neutrophils Function

Neutrophils Function

Neutrophils are the most abundant type of white blood cell in humans, and they play an important role in innate immunity. Their primary function is to prevent infections in the body by engulfing and destroying invading pathogens.  Neutrophils belong to a group of white blood cells called granulocytes and are produced from stem cells in … Read more

C3, C4 and CAM Plants

C3, C4 and CAM

C3, C4 and CAM are the three different processes that plants use to fix carbon during the process of photosynthesis. Fixing carbon is the way plants remove the carbon from atmospheric carbon dioxide and turn it into organic molecules like carbohydrates. Comparison Chart Plant CharacteristicC3 PathwayC4 PathwayCAM PathwayPhotorespiration RateHighLow / NegligibleVery Low / NegligibleLeaf AnatomyTypicalKranzXeromorphicTypical … Read more

Why Should College Be Free?


Do you think college should be free? This is a classic question that has a complicated and arguably unclear answer. College education affordability and the current student debt crisis are always important factors to consider. Free college has pros and cons, as with any major decision. Here are the positives and negatives of tuition-free colleges. … Read more