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reviewed Reviewed What percentage of DNA do people share?
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comment multiple HIV infection in same T cell
Make another question. There's so much to write to answer all those. Add a comment here linking me to them and I'll try to answer
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answered multiple HIV infection in same T cell
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answered Is severe but short-term pain worse than moderate but prolonged pain for the body?
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comment Can humans survive without consuming life?
What about eating things that have died without you directly or indirectly having killed them? E.g. a fruit on its own is not alive and if you remove the seeds and plant them you are in no way killing anything.
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reviewed Leave Closed What are the dimensions in angstrom of bacteria?
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answered Can one die from pain?
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comment Why do fat people tire quickly?
I agree with Superbest. The amount of cells is not that massively different, instead it is the size of adipose cells. Also you don't explain WHY it is harder for the same amount of blood to be circulated. I've tried to answer this in my own answer.
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answered Compatibility drugs info
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answered Why isn't vomit corrosive?
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answered Periodic Muscular Growth in Humans
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answered Do human anal glands have any function?
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answered How does strength of a pulse related to EKG(ECG)?
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reviewed No Action Needed What would cause E. coli to change from filamentous growth to normal growth?
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reviewed Reviewed What would cause E. coli to change from filamentous growth to normal growth?
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reviewed Leave Closed How did the Human Genome Project Sequence DNA
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comment What organs are absolutely needed by the human body?
Usually when a person has lost blood they'll lose blood to their skin, followed by muscles (excluding heart/diaphragm), gut (from oesophagus to anus). Meanwhile the blood reserve in the spleen is being mobilised, releasing lots of things to help clot the blood etc. Last to go are lymph nodes (involved in the immune system), liver (similarly involved) then heart and brain closely together.