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answered How many people in the world have bad eyesight?
Apr
8
answered How can a haploid plant be bisexual?
Apr
8
reviewed Approve What is different between the pigment of giraffes and the pigment of flowers?
Apr
4
reviewed Edit Why are plant cells rectangular and animal cells spherical shaped?
Apr
4
revised Why are plant cells rectangular and animal cells spherical shaped?
phrasing reflecting OP
Apr
4
reviewed Approve Can HIV be transmitted via mosquitos?
Apr
3
reviewed Approve Why does the blood not clump and result in death?
Apr
3
reviewed Approve Do any fish have to hold their urine in deep water?
Apr
3
answered Are women smaller to optimize cloth needs during pregnancy?
Apr
2
reviewed Approve Confluency or confluence, which term is correct to describe the % area covered by cells?
Apr
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reviewed Approve Why is there no symmetry in pigmentation when comparing people north and south of the equator?
Mar
30
comment What is the meaning of the verb “lines” in this context?
(transitive) To cover the inner surface of (something), originally especially with linen.
Mar
29
reviewed Reject Do homing pigeons fly straight home or follow certain “highways”?
Mar
26
answered what is meta-sympathetic nervous system?
Mar
26
revised Can you identify this phyllanthus tree?
Restore link to additional photos and other aspects of orig post
Mar
26
reviewed Approve Are alleles equally sized?
Mar
25
revised What are cranial nerve nuclei?
fix misspelled headline.
Mar
25
comment What are cranial nerve nuclei?
The neurons of a CNN connect cranial nerves to the brainstem. Information flows both ways: sensory neurons within a CNN conduct info from the associated cranial nerve into the brainstem, and motor neurons in the same CNN conduct info in the reverse direction into the same cranial nerve.
Mar
25
comment What are cranial nerve nuclei?
A cranial nerve nucleus is not the nucleus of a nerve cell (neuron). As Wikipedia says, a cranial nerve nucleus is a collection of neurons in the brain stem.
Mar
23
revised Do plants have distinctive DNA genomes from each other like humans do?
improve terminology usage as suggested by David