Debate and discussion of any biological questions not pertaining to a particular topic.
Is it alive? NO
Is it a substance from an organism? YES
Is it part of a cell? YES, to be precise: a product of cell
Is it an illness? NO
Is it a molecule? YES, to be precise: molecules or compounds
Is it a chemical? YES, a chemical matter
Is it a mineral? NO
Is it a hormone? NO
Is it a poison? YES, in a misuse
Is it a drug? YES, can be categorized that way
Is it a protein? Not always
Is it produced by all cells, or only particular cells? Particular cells, particular part
Second hint: this is NOT a single substance, this is a group of several substances
Can it be used for medicinal purposes? Yes.
Is it found in humans? Can be, but not all.
Doy ou mean poisons or hormones? - I have no idea about this question
Is it a Combination of Proteins & Lipids? No. Protein-only or lipid-only.
Those Particular Cells Are They Found in Humans Or Plants Or Animals? All, human, plants, animals.
Antibiotics? Nope But it is also started with "A" and ended by "s"
are they antigens?
are they produced by the mitochondira of the cells? nucleaus?
is the production of the thing u r talkin about is normal or is it produced in abnormal conditions?
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I think you are correct because plants have too.
Plant cells produce alkaloids too???
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Are they antigens?
Yes, but our body generates tolerance for them.
Are they produced by the mitochondira of the cells? nucleaus?
They are called as "secondary metabolites"
Is the production of the thing u r talkin about is normal or is it produced in abnormal conditions?
Normal. It is naturally and normally produced by plants or animals.
Plant cells produce alkaloids too?
Alkaloids is ONE of this substance
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