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Mar
26
comment In what forms do plants and animals excrete sulfur?
Maybe you want to comment on this answer: biology.stackexchange.com/a/15609/3037 'He states it's H2S
Mar
10
comment In biosynthesis of cysteine and methionine, where does the sulfur come from?
+1 and accept: the key info was that H2S is a sulfur source.
Nov
25
comment Are there cannibalistic k-selectors?
no, not specific to own offspring
Nov
25
comment Are there cannibalistic k-selectors?
"What are all the possible reasons for eating individuals of its own species in a k-species?" is closest.
Nov
24
comment Are there cannibalistic k-selectors?
pleas add tags, I don't know what this field of biology is called.
Aug
26
comment How long can a naked human survive on Mars?
the article you link also mentions that mars' atmosphere has 0.6% the pressure of earth' atmosphere, so you only get 0.6% of the CO2 per lungful as the lab animals on earth - I doubt that you get enough to die of poisoning before freezing.
Aug
26
comment How long can a naked human survive on Mars?
The pressure difference human normal atmosphere - near vaccuum is about 1bar or the same as 10m of water. Are you sure this is enough to cause divers sickness?
Jul
29
comment Why are there no organisms with metal body parts, like weapons, bones, and armour? (Or are there?)
On chemistry SE, I've asked a similiar question (or rather a question inspired by this train of thought): chemistry.stackexchange.com/questions/4009/…
Jun
17
comment Are human males and females more genetically different than members of other species?
Are men and women not identical except the Y-chromosome (Not only similiar)?
Apr
17
comment Can animals use the nitrogen in chitin to build proteins?
Those animals that can digest chitin, do they use the contained N for protein building or other purposes?
Feb
25
comment Gas from bacteria that's not methane
note that methanogens actually use $H_2$ that is generated by other bacteria.
Feb
25
comment Is 1 g/l living biomass for a Biogas fermenter plausible?
I think the only possivle abbreviation was VS, did I miss any other?
Feb
18
comment Is 1 g/l living biomass for a Biogas fermenter plausible?
Not sure if the tag 'digestive system' is really appropriate.