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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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Take a look at this website, it has some really neat Clips, Stills, and Slides of small life forms: ...
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Please help me understand. I have pondered this before but recent events have brought it up again and I don't really...
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Echo 6 Sierra
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I have always had this idea but not sure if it is real. I always thought they were so big because there was more o2...
Jan17-08 11:10 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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Two significant finds - both being refered to as "missing links" - in the area of evolutionary biology have made the...
Apr13-06 11:52 AM
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Like the title, 1)Are recessive gene genetic variations of a dominant gene(or normal gene). 2)What is the origin...
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Darwin123
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IN recombinant dna technology,certain segments of dna are removed from one organism and put in another.How are are...
Dec16-11 08:22 PM
mishrashubham
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in my book, it says that any number of crossovers will produce 50% recombinants yet this is never seen in any of the...
Feb20-10 04:13 PM
zmike
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Hi everyone, I was wondering if anyone knew any good articles, journals or other sites that would give a good...
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I was wondering if someone would recommend me a good microscope? I am majoring in Molecular Biology, and would like a...
Feb20-08 09:18 AM
Moonbear
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Hello, I wanted to look into certain strange claims about the interaction of laser light with DNA. But with a search...
Mar19-08 04:13 PM
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"The June 22 storm produced a hailstone 7 inches in diameter and 18.75 inches in circumference at Aurora, Neb., the...
Aug5-03 04:34 PM
Ivan Seeking
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I've once read an article about a team of scientists who were about to (or wanted to) clone a mammoth with the aid of...
Jul9-12 01:18 PM
Ygggdrasil
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Can anyone correct me if im wrong? This is basic basic basic basic basic basic biology, and i am just trying to...
Feb8-05 01:02 AM
Moonbear
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Why do white blood cells live for about 1 week whereas red cells live for about 17 weeks?
May6-05 11:17 AM
sontag
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Hey guys My class went into the forest to do vegetative analysis for ecology on Monday and I got my butt kicked by...
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aychamo
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my left eyes got red since thursday and hasnt got well. it just gets worst when i work alot with it but even though i...
Mar26-07 08:48 AM
Moonbear
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Hello Dear Readers I'm Henry, Without making the topic breif i'd drop the question Redbull before a speech,...
Aug3-12 05:06 PM
Monique
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http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/science/nature/7062415.stm
Oct29-07 10:40 AM
jim mcnamara
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When I get tired it looks like the blood vessels in my eye swell up, why? Are they in the sclera?
Feb17-06 10:08 AM
larkspur
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should we add a reducing agent (DTT or 2-Mercaptoethanol) or not in the SDS_PAGE's sample buffer? The plan is using...
Aug21-05 02:15 PM
quetzalcoatl9
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Say we take a carrot... or steak (or whatever food you fancy) and put it in a sealed container along with a culture of...
Sep20-10 07:01 AM
Borek
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Hey I'm not sure if this should be here or to the AE guys or both. But I just need to find out a little more on micro...
Feb17-09 06:25 AM
Fragment
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what is the difference between a non-reducing and a reducing buffer? :uhh: and what does it mean with...
Sep24-04 07:02 PM
mountain
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Are men more aggressive than women? this was the question........ maybe this will help It is my Opinion that how...
Feb13-10 08:41 AM
psych student
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I've been reading Darwin's "The Origin of Species". It turns out the benefit isn't so much seeing a familiar theory...
Jan20-12 02:19 AM
Simon Bridge
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Hi there, I was wondering if somebody knows some nice web page/ book /e book/ resource/ about Pollination and...
Jan3-06 06:36 AM
Clausius2
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The absolute refractory period: is there any reason for this period (the cause)?
Jun7-05 05:08 AM
garytse86
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I recently saw some rather neat real-time replications of DNA being replicated in my Chemistry class (Still in High...
Jun8-10 12:17 AM
bobze
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I spoke to someone that said that the reason we know humans originated from evolution is because there is no other...
Apr8-14 08:56 AM
thorium1010
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Dear all Now -- as you all know -- scientists have reached the ability to synthesize a full DNA. My question is:...
May24-10 03:48 PM
ACV
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Hi and thank you for clicking on my thread. I am currently planning to independently study introductory Biology. I...
May29-13 02:38 PM
Permanence
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found an interesting article on new stem cell research: "La Jolla, CA. December 22, 2003A group of researchers...
Dec27-03 06:39 AM
Monique
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http://www.biomedcentral.com/news/20031208/01
Dec8-03 09:00 PM
iansmith
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Can someone please describe the different growth strategies that plants use in dark and light, and explain why these...
Jun14-10 05:04 AM
Ouabache
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I've been given the neucleotide gene sequence for a protein, and been told to find out the regions where the gene is...
Jun2-04 02:26 AM
Jikx
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Is it common to see a human body rejecting a specific substance only because it is foreign to it -- while at the same...
Jan8-05 11:34 PM
rockind78
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Do you believe genetics can cause one to have a particular accent in a given language? Or are accents only related...
Dec9-12 11:04 PM
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In this Article there is a remark by biologist "It's one of the basic lessons in biology: Reproduction is very costly,...
Jun11-12 02:02 PM
BlackTentacle
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If Neanderthals and humans interbred, then they must have had a common ancestor that was also human. What is known...
Jun28-13 06:44 PM
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i've always wondered this...
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