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Get up to date with the latest research news by listening to Podcasts from science journals/journalists. You can find...
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Introduction to Evolution The study of evolution has dominated the field of biology for over a century. Explaining...
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Why is it that someone who discharges static electricity feels a sting but the person who is receiving the static...
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In the future, will it be possible for humans to transform into other animals via genetic engineering?
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Is there any SCIENTIFIC evidence of the effect of ultrasound on chemical repair of DNA? As in, is there peer-reviewed...
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Monique
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I've always wondered how enzymes could tell the difference between too much substrate and too little substrate to...
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During high-school i've read an explanation for this, but unfortunately i forgot. I think heart muscle-tissue was...
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How can the theory of metapopulations be related to Island Biogeography theory? Can we treat each population in a...
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can you rubber band external/prolapsed loose skin left over from hemmorhoids or does it only work on internal...
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I've been recently reading up on diabetes and there's some questions I can't find the answers to so if anyone here...
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Do plants absorb as much carbon-dioxide as they release? Is there a co2 balance, deficit, or surplus in the plant...
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I'm not looking for any causal explanations, i.e. "men stop making testosteron which causes baldness". I'm not saying...
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I hope the title explains my question. I understand that Y-Chromosomal Adam is the most-recent y-chromosomal common...
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Danger
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There was a program on the discovery channel awhile ago about a scientist who made chicken embryos with teeth and a...
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I've tried googling and using google scholar, but to no avail? I'm especially interested about avian (bird) brain...
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Self-Sustained Replication of an RNA Enzyme Tracey A. Lincoln and Gerald F. Joyce Departments of Chemistry and...
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If the epiglottis closes when we eat how come we can eat food with our mouth closed, how can we breathe then....
Aug10-09 02:53 AM
Danger
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What happens when virus invades a host cell, reproduces and then leaves without destroying the host cell. Then does...
Aug7-09 04:13 AM
sameeralord
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If you leave an opened banana or melon as long as a single day, there's already tens of fruitflies near it (here in...
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Hello I am new to the field. Can someon answere, i cannot find the answere in books. if life 3.8 billion years...
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SW VandeCarr
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Is it possible?
Aug5-09 05:09 PM
arildno
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This might be a cheesy question. If Macrophages can ingest virus, can't we create a tablet with macrophages and take...
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sameeralord
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why would utilizing duo restriction enzymes for cloning be better then just one? ( e.coli to pBluescript II )
Aug3-09 03:27 PM
Ygggdrasil
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What are some of the obstacles faced in creating prosthetic limbs that are actually controlled by your brain, just...
Aug2-09 12:56 AM
Danger
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In a nasal infection how does histamine produce more mucus. Are their histamine receptors in the mucuous membrane? How...
Jul30-09 09:12 AM
sameeralord
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The thing I don't understand about evolution is how if at one time on Earth no creature had eyes to see with, how so...
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arildno
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Are people more closely related to dogs or to cats? Based on behavior I would guess dogs, but what does the DNA say? ...
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Snorkeling in the Red Sea, I noticed fish that were near the edge of my purple-range. They were small--perhaps 3-5...
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I have preety good microscope at home and I'm wondering if it is possible to see sperm and individual guys under...
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http://www.sciencemag.org/cgi/content/full/311/5767/1617 Abstract: ...
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Does the immune system neutralise the toxin created by the bacteria or does it only neutralise the bacteria. Or is it...
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getitright
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Hello everyone, I just started biology and I have lots of clarifications If red blood cells are created in the bone...
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If I were to go into genetic engineering, college, intern, work in the field, whatever it would take, at the rate of...
Jul26-09 07:16 PM
bioquest
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=================================== Life is an ability of matter to manipulate itself. ...
Jul26-09 12:56 AM
seasnake
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Are viruses life?
Jul25-09 10:28 PM
Phrak
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What animal normally develops with only one eye?
Jul24-09 09:33 AM
Andy Resnick
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Is fatal degenerative brain disease inevitable? If we could transplant ourselves into clones every 20 years or...
Jul24-09 02:54 AM
adams001
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Hi all- I have a question about culturing soil microorganisms. I plan to culture microorganisms in soil by placing...
Jul23-09 11:14 AM
jk7
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Does evolution model predict what's next for each species? What's next for humans?
Jul21-09 09:58 PM
negitron
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What does the absorption rate of body tissues depend on? For example, at what rates would the rectum, vagina, mouth,...
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Hi guys. Right now I'm 14 years old. All my friends say I have a big head, and quite frankly I do (I'm referring to...
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Hi, i would like to ask why is addition or deletion of one base in mutation is not as severe as addition or deletion...
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