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revised What kind of microscope for ML/biological research?
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comment What kind of microscope for ML/biological research?
@nico: Yes indeed, I really get envious when I see a crisp image with minimal distortion. In time I will move up for just those reasons. The cheap scope is also good for getting experience spotting structure in a cluttered field and preparing slides, but ultimately there is no alternative to a good quality scope.
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answered What kind of microscope for ML/biological research?
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revised If penis reconstruction from a clitoris is possible why isn't penis enlargement possible?
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answered If penis reconstruction from a clitoris is possible why isn't penis enlargement possible?
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revised If penis reconstruction from a clitoris is possible why isn't penis enlargement possible?
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reviewed Reject suggested edit on Botany related Genetically improved Leucaena leucocephala seeds
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comment What is LD50 for 25i (25I-NBOMe)?
Wiki is not quiet. It explicitly says the LD-50 has not been determined.
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comment Can foxes move their ears independently?
Not easy for me. Your reference (1) does not support your point directly and reference (2) is to a book with no page number. Can you please find a reference that directly supports the point?
Jul
22
comment Can foxes move their ears independently?
How can you tell from a still photo that only one ear is moving?
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comment More entropy: Atom or Macromolecule?
@WYSIWYG: While I think "better suited in ___" is not a basis for closing the question is just not very good so I think it should be closed anyway. Thanks.
Jul
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comment More entropy: Atom or Macromolecule?
Number of microstates, yes. Being struck (or not) by photons, no. Incoming photons may affect the entropy of a system but the entropy is defined in terms of possible microstates (restrictions on freedom of rotation, etc.). I think the language is confusing.
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comment More entropy: Atom or Macromolecule?
Link to Meta question: (meta.biology.stackexchange.com/questions/640/…)
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comment More entropy: Atom or Macromolecule?
The OP should have indicated the question was cross-posted. Otherwise it is allowed. The answer at the other SE points out a weakness of the question but cross-pollination is good. It looks like I will be making my case on Meta again.
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revised How do small animals make loud sounds?
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