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Degree: Biomedical Science (Bachelors) - Durham University
Hello, I reading Biomedical Sciences at Durham University. I am always been interested in the reason behind biological and chemical mechanisms of the world around us!
I was a Student Leader in a Theatre Company in Hong Kong for two years, as well as a Camp prefect for a month in Japan so I have a lot of experience in teaching.
Not only do I love the sciences, but I also see myself as a sporty and outgoing person; Hiking the Himalayas, playing university level rugby and volunteering at an orphanage in Nepal.
I hope that I will be able to show you my love for the subjects and also my passion for the extracurricular activities as well!
I am willing to help with any advice on juggling work with fun as I know studying can be stressful and hard, so it is important to keep a good balance!
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1.Mitosis: division of germline epithelium (into spermatogonia)
2. Cell growth
3. Meiosis (2 divisons): results in four haploid daughter cells
4. Cell differentiation: forming sperm cells
Extension: Sertoli cells nourish sperm cells throughoutsee more