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Jul
29
comment Are mature trees as susceptible to mutation from exposure to radiation as seedlings?
@Luke: The overall effect and any inheritable changes were what I had in mind.
Jul
25
comment Are mature trees as susceptible to mutation from exposure to radiation as seedlings?
Erm )+: I don't have an example ...
Jul
25
comment Are mature trees as susceptible to mutation from exposure to radiation as seedlings?
Either is an ecosystem in itself.
Jul
25
asked Are mature trees as susceptible to mutation from exposure to radiation as seedlings?
Jul
25
revised Is sperm contagious?
Re-drafted
Jul
25
accepted Would a plant survive if it was watered using hard-water?
Jul
25
suggested suggested edit on Is sperm contagious?
Jul
24
comment Would a plant survive if it was watered using hard-water?
I'm sorry, I do not understand. Do you mean the flow would be backwards out of the root - or would the salt in the water accumulate at some location/s within the plant and absorb the fluid locally?
Jul
23
asked Would a plant survive if it was watered using hard-water?
Jul
23
comment Does body mass have a bearing on reflex speed?
Merely speculating. An obese person probably does not generate extra nerves/muscles to support their extra mass. Rather any existing nerves may be compressed, and pre-obesity muscles might be distended(sp?) by the added mass already/
Jul
23
accepted Does stress physically age our body?
Jul
23
asked Does body mass have a bearing on reflex speed?
Jul
19
asked Does stress physically age our body?
Jul
18
comment Why is the human body able to repair a broken bone and not a heart muscle?
+1 for the suggestion. At the same time I must beg to differ to the extent that some repair happens in the eye - an organ which develops early; why should the heart then be different?
Jul
18
comment Why is the human body able to repair a broken bone and not a heart muscle?
@LanceLafontaine: Wasn't there an article online that said neurons regenerate - albeit at an extremely slow rate. The magnitude of regeneration was something like 1mm , but i forget the unit of time over which this growth was determined.
Jul
18
revised Why is the human body able to repair a broken bone and not a heart muscle?
added 390 characters in body
Jul
18
comment Why is the human body able to repair a broken bone and not a heart muscle?
Erm. I don't have an answer )+: just lots of inane questions
Jul
18
asked Why is the human body able to repair a broken bone and not a heart muscle?
Jul
18
comment Are open grounds in the vicinity of new construction more prone to waterlogging?
@MadScientist: I was afraid of that ... I looked for a geology SE - no such thing though, and anyway this question probably involves a bit of several different core sciences. If something comes to mind later, will you please try to let me know?
Jul
18
asked Are open grounds in the vicinity of new construction more prone to waterlogging?