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If Neanderthals and humans interbred, then they must have had a common ancestor that was also human. What is known...
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i've always wondered this...
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Are they bipolar? I cant find it anywhere :( Thanks
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What parts (molecular, cellular, etc.) and processes in the human body use ELF (Extremely Low Frequency) electric...
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Apparently they have been coming up with new information in the past few years that indicates REM sleep is not...
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The oddest thing happens to me. While this is not always the case, it has happened numerous times to make me believe...
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http://www.cmaj.ca/cgi/content/full/173/12/1496 Would this be safe for me to do?
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Hello everyone, So in renin angiotensin system, the NaCl concentration reaching the macula densa is monitored. Now...
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Ok from my perspective we are theoreticaly close to being able to grow a replacement body. I feel that this will be a...
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Could replacing one or more parts of the cell, using artifical and or/biological material for the replacement(s)...
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For this year's science fair, I was thinking of replicating the Miller-Urey experiment, using a mixture of gases found...
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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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I have to make a report on subject: synapse and muscle. Well i know what synapse is, but how are muscle and synapse...
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Hey, I recently watched a video on YouTube by Kenneth Miller, The collapse of Intelligent Design. One of the...
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I am thinking about going back to school to study how nanotechnology can help solve our problems of global clean water...
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I wanted to ask the following questions about genetic engineering : 1) is reproductive cloning disturbed by...
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I'd like a mathematical and/or scientific critique of the assertions made at the following website: EDIT: link to...
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Hi, I'm a physicist with a layman's interest in biology. I was just wondering what the physical requirements for...
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Does anybody know the regulations concerning research. For example, If I were to research on mice, what are the...
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I'm a freshman who is going to declare biology as my major oin a few days (the first year was the common year). I'm...
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How is it that researchers are able to synthesize any complex molocuel, and know what it does? I mean is it just...
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Can someone please explain to me how resistance training affects hormones? And what effects insulin has on the body...
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Hey everybody, I'm doing my International Baccalaureate extended essay (2500 to 4000 words) in Biology. please give...
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Does anyone know of any good resources online of where I can get clear and simple explanations on this subject? I...
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I guess respiration is lower during photosynthesis, or you would get max vegetation growth with 24/0 light, dark rate....
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How does our skin respond to changes in temperature?
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Is there any reason,resting membrane potential is cca -70mV?because teacher asked us today,and it was not enough for...
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Hello everyone, These are true,false questions. I'm on holiday so can't get help yet and this is not homework. ...
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I have been diagonised with RLS for about a year and I just realized that I don't know exactally what it is. Can...
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Restricitive air way disease is the loss of lung compliance. So this would make it harder for the lung to expand...
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I just had an idea, and I wonder if it has ever been found in bacteria at all. Bacteria have restriction enzymes...
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This question was a lecture discussion topic during my Biophysics course at university. I missed the lecture and the...
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I'm wondering if, when put into the DNA together, two different restriction enzymes will interfere with each other,...
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Heres how: Is it possible that a mechanism like this is also involved in the origin of life? When they say the...
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Resveratrol, the part of red wine that is supposed to have huge benefits isn't processed as efficiently when drunk as...
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This enables them to make haemoglobin. How? They still require mRNA, they don't have a nucleus. So how are ribosomes...
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Will a sudden change in the orientation of earth's magnetic poles have catastrophic consequences for migrating species?
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Did anyone happen to catch the 60mins TV spot of Hans S. Keirstead last night? His research showing reversing...
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is science anywhere near being able to reverse hearing loss, like with stem cells or otherwise? it just terrifies...
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