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May
13
comment “selective pressure” or “selection pressure”?
let me think about it :)
May
9
awarded  Custodian
May
9
reviewed Leave Open Signaling through G protein Coupled Receptors?
May
8
reviewed Close How do you increase eumelanin but not pheomelanin?
May
8
reviewed Close How does Oedipus complex fit in the evolutionary theory?
May
8
accepted “selective pressure” or “selection pressure”?
May
7
comment “selective pressure” or “selection pressure”?
@GriffinEvo: done
May
7
revised “selective pressure” or “selection pressure”?
add example
May
6
comment “selective pressure” or “selection pressure”?
From a grammar standpoint I would think that "selection pressure" is a compound noun. But I was looking for a biological answer, if one is more appropriate than the other.
May
6
comment Draw simplified phylogenetic tree for kids
you can use itol.embl.de to get trees based on the NCBI taxonomy, but you'd have to use a graphic program to make them prettier
May
6
asked “selective pressure” or “selection pressure”?
Apr
17
answered Percentage of understood human DNA
Apr
17
comment Number of autoregulation and FFL motifs in a network
that looks like a homework problem. please see biology.stackexchange.com/help/homework on how to modify your question
Apr
11
comment Are there any multi-cellular organisms out there that do not sleep?
Google is your friend :) John A. Lesku, Niels C. Rattenborg, and Charles J. Amlaner. "The Evolution of Sleep: A Phylogenetic Approach" Sleep: A Comprehensive Handbook. Ed. Teofilo L. Lee-Chiong. Hoboken, NJ: J. Wiley and Sons, 2006. 49-61.
Dec
15
awarded  Yearling
Nov
12
reviewed Approve Is the Michael Jackson skin pigmentation disease realistic?
Nov
8
revised I need help plotting ADMIXTURE results in R
added 52 characters in body
Oct
30
awarded  Nice Answer
Sep
25
comment Are there any online resources one can use to access raw clinical trial data without having to contact those involved in the study?
Have you seen this question on stats SE: stats.stackexchange.com/questions/18833/… ?
Sep
13
awarded  Enlightened