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May
26
accepted Why is maintaining a circadian rhythm important?
May
16
comment Will the “frog in boiling water not jumping out” work on warm blooded animals
One could make a joke about us not noticing global warming
May
9
comment Can a living organism run on electricity?
I was mainly making a reference to the storage issue with clean energy generation.
Apr
25
asked During famine, does the human body do anything to prioritize which organs receive nutrients?
Apr
16
comment How does a tree trunk sprout and grow after being cut?
From my experience this does NOT happen to people.
Apr
14
awarded  Enthusiast
Apr
12
answered Can a living organism run on electricity?
Apr
4
comment Why is maintaining a circadian rhythm important?
A similar question biology.stackexchange.com/q/1113/238
Apr
4
asked Why is maintaining a circadian rhythm important?
Apr
4
comment Are prions an important driver in evolution?
I fail to see how this was an attempt to answer the question.
Apr
3
comment Can any other animal choke on food?
YIKES, didn't know that about the horses. Interesting
Apr
3
comment Why do people dying of immune deficiency diseases appear sick?
Let me see if I understand you correctly. You are asking why people suffering from AIDS show symptoms of being sick, when the body doesn't formulate any response to the virus?
Apr
1
comment How does cerebrospinal fluid circulate in the central nervous system?
Does this mean that a purpose of yawning is to get the CSF flowing?
Mar
28
comment Are there any plants that fix their own nitrogen?
Right @JoeHobbit, dead zones was the first concern in my mind. The ocean would look green from space. Don't other species need the ability to fix nitrogen too?
Mar
28
comment What causes a 'stuffy' or 'runny' nose when you have a cold?
Interesting. I haven't heard that before. A similar but unrelated question is: biology.stackexchange.com/q/445/238
Mar
27
revised Why are trichomes important for both the roots and shoots of plants?
Improved question
Mar
27
comment Why are trichomes important for both the roots and shoots of plants?
Ok let me fix it.
Mar
27
asked Why are trichomes important for both the roots and shoots of plants?
Mar
26
asked What causes a 'stuffy' or 'runny' nose when you have a cold?
Mar
26
awarded  Analytical