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Nov
28
accepted Is a minimum size/complexity necessary for an organism to exhibit territoriality?
Nov
26
comment Is a minimum size/complexity necessary for an organism to exhibit territoriality?
This is pretty cool; I've +1'ed it for now. If another answer doesn't come through in a day let me then flag this as correct.
Nov
25
asked Is a minimum size/complexity necessary for an organism to exhibit territoriality?
Nov
25
accepted Is territoriality only the domain of the male of a species?
Nov
24
asked Is territoriality only the domain of the male of a species?
Nov
24
comment Would exposure to a strong magnetic field have deleterious effect on the human?
@MadScientist: Thanks, the question is updated to be more to-the-point now
Nov
24
revised Would exposure to a strong magnetic field have deleterious effect on the human?
Edited to make the question more succinct
Nov
24
asked Would exposure to a strong magnetic field have deleterious effect on the human?
Nov
12
comment Is there a timeline for the frequency of evolution of any species?
If not X, then it's most probable derivative. Homo Habilis, Homo Rudolfensis ... so on.
Nov
12
revised Is there a timeline for the frequency of evolution of any species?
Corrected sample mention of timeslice from Billion to Million
Nov
12
accepted Are all healthy animals more likely to defecate near the end of a rest-cycle?
Nov
12
accepted What difference does it make in the organism's physiology/metabolism whether oxygen binds reversibly or not?
Nov
12
comment How does one maintain balance sleepwalking?
@AlexStone: Agreed. But the floor is not a plain surface. There're various pieces of furniture on it. Perhaps even a step between one room, and another
Nov
12
asked Is there a timeline for the frequency of evolution of any species?
Nov
7
comment Fish “coming back to life” after being frozen
Off-topic, I would ask you to take a gander at this little article foxnews.com/scitech/2012/02/21/… The article does not mention how the flower was resurrected though ...
Nov
5
comment What difference does it make in the organism's physiology/metabolism whether oxygen binds reversibly or not?
Curious: If haemocyanin were to replace haemoglobin in a human body, would the person survive?
Nov
5
revised What difference does it make in the organism's physiology/metabolism whether oxygen binds reversibly or not?
Clarified to indicate question is not merely about the icefish.
Nov
5
comment What difference does it make in the organism's physiology/metabolism whether oxygen binds reversibly or not?
@AlanBoyd: The answer in the linked question indicates that species the binding is not reversible in Icefish; perhaps other species too. I'm curious about the nature of oxygen binding (reversible or otherwise) does it improve the ability of blood to deliver oxygen/nutrients and in turn what effect that has on the organism's physiology. Could it have evolved to enable the creature to survive adverse environment - as in the case of ice-fish?
Nov
4
asked How does one maintain balance sleepwalking?
Nov
4
comment Is there any biological reason that professional swimming is dominated by white people?
@shigeta: +1 for acculturation