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Jan16-12 Greg Bernhardt
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Take a look at this website, it has some really neat Clips, Stills, and Slides of small life forms: ...
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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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Can anyone hook me up with some good sites that describe the science behind how cocaine affects the human nervous...
May28-05 09:51 PM
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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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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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turgid pressure of a plant cell is given by the formula molality*ionization constant of the solute*gas...
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today in bio lab we measured the change in weight of potatoes when it was placed in diff molal sucrose conc for 1...
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Can you tell me what general rules does antigen have in human immune system ? I assume it is statically floating...
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I know marine creatures like crabs have 12 legs, 10 are small and 2 are very big. Do you know why they have small...
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How do they change colors? or more specifically, how do they know what color(s) are behind them? How does their...
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Being a teenager and going through a Driver's Ed course, I'm constantly reminded that only time will sober you up...
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http://www.digitallivingtoday.com/netscape/yourdough/hurting/index.html I sometimes sit all day long just to...
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http://apnews.myway.com/article/20050521/D8A7MPFG0.html
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I read about this, it seems diffferent from cryogenic freezing. I'd like to be frozen but revivable...what do you...
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I am looking for a book on creationism, do you know of any writer out there has a nice book for me to read ? After i...
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If I don't eat anything, I'll lose muscle and then fat, correct? But eventually I will lose muscle and then fat? If I...
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Just to ask professional researchers a question, Normally, human beings are born to have ten fingers, but I noticed...
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The body is essentially the powerhouse of the brain right? Do you think we could use robotic- non-biological- bodies...
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I heard the news and an article is published in Science, but what exactly is the major breakthrough? To me it seems...
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why does the human race have no fur, but a tiny bit of hair, when we are related to apes, which clearly have fur, or...
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Hello everybody... I have a question that I have been concerned with for awhile. I know the risk of HIV transmission...
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I'm having problems with three terms that are used to describe the genetic code: universality redundancy...
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To what point does the compulsive behavior of handwashing act as a prophylactic? (I suggest such manipulation as a...
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