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awarded  Enlightened
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awarded  Nice Answer
Apr
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reviewed Approve What would be the best design for spike-and-recovery and linearity-of-dilution validation experiments in one 96-well ELISA plate?
Apr
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reviewed Approve death tag wiki excerpt
Apr
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reviewed Approve phylogenetics tag wiki excerpt
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reviewed Reject microscopy tag wiki excerpt
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reviewed Approve lab-reagents tag wiki excerpt
Apr
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reviewed Approve Confusion related to a term probe-by-background interaction
Apr
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awarded  Excavator
Apr
6
revised What part of food gives the blood red color?
Hemoglobin gives blood its red color regardless of whether it's in the body or not. Blood's color does not change when exposed to air.
Apr
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comment How do axon terminals report to the soma?
Have you looked into the role of Oligodendrocytes and other Glial cells? The myelin sheathe is part of another cell, which has intimate contact with the Axon. I wouldn't be surprised if Schwann Cells (etc.) actually provide many of the metabolites and proteins to the Axon and Axon Terminal.
Mar
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reviewed Approve What factors are known to affect evolution?
Mar
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reviewed Approve Can Naegleria fowleri enter through the eyes ( example rinsing/splashing eyes with water)
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comment How does paracetamol interfere with immune system?
Your first question is a repeat of this one: biology.stackexchange.com/questions/7541/…
Mar
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reviewed Approve Is there a way to measure the amount of bytes that are possible to encode in a DNA molecule?
Mar
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answered Relation between goose bumps and temperature
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reviewed Reject Do hormone drugs affect whether a person feels sexual attraction to males or females?
Mar
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reviewed Reject What is the biological mechanism underlying caffeine intolerance? (CYP1A2 or other?)
Mar
17
comment Agony, Hydrophobia and viruses in the light of evolutionary principles
I'm with Kevin. These seem like separate questions. To give you an idea of the first - Evolution via Natural Selection doesn't really 'care' how you die, as long as you've passed on your genes (reproduced) beforehand.
Mar
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