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Jan16-12 Greg Bernhardt
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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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when we say increasing osmolarity, does it mean increasing solute concentration?
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Howdy first post. Why is it said that life needs water to develop. Everybody says that life hear came from the sees...
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A friend of mine was talking about Mozzee's stinging proweress :eek: , and how come the Mosquito mostly attack ankles...
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If it was possible to clone people would it be possible to give them (the clones) non-human attributes?
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Has anyone heard about this book? Is it good? I have the 1977 editition. I also have another question: what has...
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Where and how to get the gDNA, mRNA and cDNA sequences of a gene? Any search tools? Thanks!
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i've been asked to explain the observation of sickle cell anaemia which is caused by a recessive point mutation in the...
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I just read that "Even aging can't be so easily cured by replacing someone's whole body: our brain seems to...
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Hi all, I'm just curious what you see on these testimages: http://www.toledo-bend.com/colorblind/Ishihara.html...
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How is that most animals, such as dogs or cats, have the basic instinct of knowing how to swim, and we don't? Why...
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Why do we need to Brush our teeth when animals, who eat anything from raw meat to live vegetables don't get any of...
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Okay, please tell if you experienced, why you were/are in pain when you have decayed teeth ?How painful is/was that ?...
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Hypothetically could people genetically engineer brains that would automatically connect up to ours- eg make all the...
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Hello all skilled biologists reading this post. Researcher Imre Friedmann et al. have selected a couple of critters...
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Hi All! Trying to locate a explanation for the Weber-Fechner Law. Just need the formula and the variable...
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In what way can people get the width of flowers and sizes of petals for research ? I just wonder how that can be...
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This seems like such a simple question but I cannot find a direct answer on the web. Please enlighten me geniuses of...
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The component of sex that will survive biological reproduction may well be the sensation of pleasure. As we approach...
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when calculating metabolic rates, how come you can use absolute rate and not mass specific rate?
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I am reading an introductory book for dummies about different kinds of flowers on earth, I am wondering why do such...
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When I use Primer3 design tool and the default Primer3 uses = 1.5 mM, whereas the average concentration is 5 mM in...
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My friend asked me: Can people put a too big big big microbeal in to a very very small one ? :sad: Please make clear...
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Can anyone hook me up with some good sites that describe the science behind how cocaine affects the human nervous...
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Would you tell me what it is (cd4+ T-cell populations)?
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http://www.sciam.com/article.cfm?chanID=sa006&colID=1&articleID=000363E3-1806-1264-980683414B7F0000 any comment?...
May28-05 03:06 AM
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All u need is a reciecver and transmitter right? Then why can't a sumthing be sent brain to brain , when it runs on...
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lol ok im wondeirng something. When your hit with a bullet, what really kills you? Shock, loss of blood, what? Or...
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There are some exam question to be ask.I have already have the answer but teacher didn't explain.Therefore,I hope to...
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Waht is the difference between the syndromes and a disease becase arent they all genitacally passsed down?
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In the Earth's fossil record, some people say "yes" and some people say "no", not just in humans but mammals.
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I actually join an evening class to study about drugs, and today a classmate asked me to explain how our immune system...
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I had never heard of this condition before until I saw it on television today: it is a rare condition where the skin...
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hello i'd like help understanding what end product inhibition is with regards to enzymes? and could some 1 please...
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I just recieved another problem that was faxed from the lady i mentioned in my other thread in this forum. She is...
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