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May
22
revised What is this snake
Fixup grammar
May
22
revised Were there any flying dinosaurs?
Add pterosaurs
May
22
reviewed No Action Needed Why isn't phosphorus or nitrogen a limiting nutrient for animals?
May
21
awarded  Nice Answer
May
21
reviewed Leave Open Protoporphyrinogen (IX) formation in heme synthesis
May
21
revised Were there any flying dinosaurs?
Fix grammar
May
21
answered Were there any flying dinosaurs?
May
19
answered Does digit 1 have an extensor sheath?
May
18
reviewed No Action Needed TCGA gene expression data are missing matched normal
May
18
reviewed No Action Needed Various Genetic Loads and their Definitions
May
18
reviewed Approve suggested edit on What does “developmentally programmed” mean?
May
18
reviewed No Action Needed What is the difference between a circular and a cat's-eye pupil?
May
16
reviewed Close Vitamin D oral intake, transportation and absorption
May
16
reviewed Reject suggested edit on How do prokaryotes perform cellular respiration without membrane-bound organelles?
May
13
comment In-Ear headphones increasing nasal breathing resistance
The tympanum completely closes off the auditory canal, so there isn't any air flowing through (unless you have a perforated eardrum). So I can't see how there can be a physical effect.
May
13
comment In-Ear headphones increasing nasal breathing resistance
Are you asking about direct physiological mechanisms (dual ear buds makes it physically more difficult to breathe) or a psychological effect (perceiving that it's more difficult to breathe)?
May
13
revised Base Substitution Probabilities Derivation
Fix link; Add info from non-answer.
May
12
comment What is the current scientific position on the issue of human race?
Is your question answered here? biology.stackexchange.com/questions/14414/…
May
11
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Is there a molecular basis to intelligence?
May
11
comment Infering the statistical tests performed in a paper
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