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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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May any one help to build an industrial setup to produce AMYLASE, PROTEASE and LIPASE?
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Does anyone here know much about proton beam therapy? I know its used to kill cancerous tumors by killing the...
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Can someone please explain the reason as to why a race of humans cannot start with one man and one women? This silly...
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hi my friends I want some informations to study about gamma wave and interactions of it on humans cells.thancks alot.
Jun27-09 06:11 PM
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Is there any reason that evolution can't take place in an artificial environment? I contend that, just as hybrid...
Jan26-08 04:54 PM
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Hi! Was hoping I could get someone to explain this question to me..having some trouble with it... "At each origin...
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Instead of loading just before brushing should I load the toothbrush just after brushing & let it sit coated with...
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What genes cause aging, most people think shortening of telomeres is the main reason of aging, but I know there are...
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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 have observed that the mice seem afraid of cold weather. They run into warm or hot regions when possible and go back...
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Can eating raw meat increase longevity ? I never see how eating raw meat increases fat/cholesterol in blood.
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Difference Between GABA A and GABA B?
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Why are certain mutagens teratogenic, while others are not? Does it have to do with the areas that it affects in...
Nov29-11 09:51 AM
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Nickel allergy is a very common allergy. It causes contact dermatitis. But why is it allergenic, being a metal. ...
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Nourishment is obtained from food through the inner surface area of the intestines. Why is it that a small...
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main definition and difference between genotype, phenotype and alleles. plz anyone can answer it clearly......
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Lysosomes help to clean up dead organelles and intruders like viruses. So, can't they be used to produce anti virals?
Apr10-14 09:46 AM
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What is the difference between phenotype and morphology? As far as I know, both the words convey the same meaning, ...
Apr9-14 02:04 PM
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The definition of species is "a group of organisms that can interbreed with each other". So, how is interbreeding of...
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I was wondering how instinct or other forms of 'memory' are encoded in DNA. It seems there is a reservoir of knowledge...
Nov24-13 12:47 PM
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At what point does perception enter the process of evolution. Are all the mechanisms of evolution 'blind'? In other...
May13-12 08:13 AM
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It seems that dna is constantly taking on damage - entropy. Why doesn't this damage accumulate over time? It appears...
May6-12 10:01 PM
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hi, i wanted to purchase bioactive whey protein isolate but the ones sold in my country are flavored and i had read...
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Hello. I am new to this forum and am finding it to be a fantastic resource of information and people. So thankyou :)....
Jan23-09 04:00 AM
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Where does the human body get the inorganic phosphate needed to carry out the ATP cycle. Is it derived from food,...
Feb20-09 09:49 AM
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Hello. I am in desperate need of some advice regarding an experiment. I am testing the purple non-sulfur bacteria...
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I need to test photoheteretrophic, autotrophic and fermentation growth of R.rubrum bacteria, all of which require...
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i have certain questions related to the eye, which are need to be answer if possible: 1. how does the conjuctiva...
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Dear Sirs, i would like to now exactly the role of these two substances in the process of fat digestion. 1. bile...
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Dear sir, i would like to thank you for your answers , and i know that i ask too many questions, but what can i...
Jan19-05 01:41 PM
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i just want to know, does the lens which present in the eye consider as living or non-living ? please can u provide...
Jan23-05 08:10 AM
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In the human alimentary canal, starch is broken down by amylase. The pH of the alimentary canal varies batween pH 2...
Mar4-05 08:02 AM
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Do recapitulation theory is still a accepted theory that our entire evolutionary history is repeated during the embryo...
Dec15-10 11:25 AM
Jon Richfield
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Why is phosphate so key in the human body? ----- Life is a problem.... SOLVE IT!!!!
Jan6-05 04:31 AM
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Hello, Could someone tell me the difference between the infection of a virus (or bacteria...) and to catch a cold? Do...
Mar14-06 07:44 PM
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This has been bothering me for a long time. This thread (for those who will argue) will also go under the particle...
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As many may know, the bacteria Rhodoferax ferrireducens has the ability to take various types of sugar and "convert"...
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I just came upon a story on how our tonsils are just once upon a time gills that came about during evolution. It said...
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Anybody know of a good site or know off of the top of their heads how to make ethanol? Paden Roder
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