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comment University genetics human pedigree problem. Check my answers?
I'd check your calculation for c. again, and show your work for it.
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comment How does the mechanism which controls blood pressure in the brain work?
With regard to blood pressure in the brain, note that besides the general baroreceptor in the aorta at the output of the heart, there are two at the carotid sinuses. The latter are in the neck just under the head and sense the pressure of the blood flowing into the head, providing close control of the blood pressure in the brain.
Feb
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revised How does the mechanism which controls blood pressure in the brain work?
syntax, add tag
Feb
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revised What happens if a non-diabetic receives an injection of insulin?
ICT more common term
Feb
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answered What does characterization mean in a genomics context?
Feb
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reviewed Approve Do people often blow out the air from their lungs a lot when living in the cold condition to keep their lungs warm?
Feb
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reviewed Approve Why do crows sit on treetops even when it is cold?
Feb
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reviewed Approve What is a catalytic domain?
Feb
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reviewed Approve How to emulate the visible light color wavelength discrimination ability of young men and women chosen to be airline pilots or astronauts?
Feb
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revised Why is AIDS not a congenital disease?
Add reiteration for clarity
Feb
1
revised Why do heterozygous individuals have increased resistance to malaria?
syntax, spelling
Feb
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comment Animals in predicting disasters..!
Animals do not have any special sense which allows them to predict earthquakes or similar disasters, but humans do have an ability believe most anything they hear, or, especially, see written down.
Feb
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answered Why is AIDS not a congenital disease?
Jan
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reviewed Reject Amplification technique for proteins similar to PCR for DNA?
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reviewed Edit Amplification technique for proteins similar to PCR for DNA?
Jan
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revised Amplification technique for proteins similar to PCR for DNA?
Fixed Grammar
Jan
29
reviewed Reject How are vaccines and inoculations different?
Jan
29
revised Question about SAM CIGAR string
add tag seq-align
Jan
25
comment Why does heating kidney beans at a low temperature potentiate the toxicity of phytohaemagglutinin?
The source quoted is the first edition (2009) of the FDA's Bad Bug Book. The second edition (2012), no longer asserts that the toxicity increases over the raw state when heating to 80°C, nor does it contain the assertion that "Undercooked beans may be more toxic than raw beans."
Jan
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reviewed Reject Why bacteria and viruses are so much smaller than animal cells?