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Nov
25
accepted Evolutionally speaking, why do humans have 46 chromosomes
Nov
20
accepted Will a bone marrow transplant change one's blood type?
Nov
20
asked Will a bone marrow transplant change one's blood type?
Oct
22
asked What are the biochemical interactions between human body and Polyethylene?
Aug
31
revised Evolutionally speaking, why do humans have 46 chromosomes
Clarified the question
Aug
30
asked Evolutionally speaking, why do humans have 46 chromosomes
Aug
22
comment Can Naegleria fowleri enter through wounds into the bloodstream?
I know antibiotics would not help. But that is never a concern since it is rarely (if not ever) identified in time to save a life.
Aug
20
accepted Is it possible for any animals today to have more than one brain?
Aug
14
comment What happens to dextrorotatory amino acids in humans?
Don't most viruses rely on the availability of some amino acids that humans don't need or use? For example it is to my belief that the herpes virus relies on the availability of a amino acid that is not used by humans and is commonly found in chocolate?
Aug
14
asked What gaseous substances do humans emit?
Jul
5
awarded  Organizer
Jul
5
revised How does this illusion work?
added tags
Jul
3
accepted Did dinosaurs have more than one brain? If so, why?
Jul
3
accepted Is the appendix a vestigial structure in all vertebrates?
Jul
3
accepted Free Radicals for aging
Jun
28
comment Why does the butterfly have a cocoon stage in its life cycle?
Fyi, if one wanted to be technical, the pupal stage of butterflies is called a chrysalis not a cocoon.
Jun
27
accepted Why is the Kakapo more attracted to humans than its own kind?
Jun
27
asked Why is the Kakapo more attracted to humans than its own kind?
Jun
22
comment Is it possible to live without health problems sleeping one day and not the other?
You may be interested in Why do humans practice monophasic sleep cycles? biology.stackexchange.com/q/319/238
Jun
22
comment Why hasn't mother nature made us aware of our lizard brain?
I just looked this up. I am blown away by all the websites on lizard people. How can anyone believe David Icke.