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revised Why did multicellular organisms evolve when a single cell can survive on its own?
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reviewed Leave Open Good pipetting technique?
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comment Good pipetting technique?
This post can be made a community wiki but I'll leave that decision with the OP and @rg255
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comment Good pipetting technique?
Additional point: care should be taken while pipetting surfactants and viscous liquids. Surfactant containing liquids should be properly mixed prior to dispensing and mixing by pipetting just before dispensing (with the same tip) should be avoided. Multiple rounds of pipetting creates bubbles inside the tip and leads to picking up of lower volumes. Viscous liquids should be gently pipetted and care should be taken to not let the liquid stick on the exterior of the tip.
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revised Why would a single celled organism evolve to be multi-celled?
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revised What do proton pump inhibitors do?
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reviewed Leave Open What do proton pump inhibitors do?
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comment Sexing fish from a tissue sample
@Tone Please edit your question to add all the details that you have provided in comments. Nobody would go through your comments in order to understand what you intend to ask. Your question post should be complete in itself.
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reviewed Looks OK Why did multicellular organisms evolve when a single cell can survive on its own?
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comment Lifeforms concentrations of the categories of macromolecules, and Lipids
The values that you mentioned are not absolute. There is certainly a range. If you look at plants, the composition of carbohydrates will be high because of the cellulose cell wall.
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answered Why would a single celled organism evolve to be multi-celled?
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comment Distinguishing Father from Brother
Another possibility is to look at imprinted loci.
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comment Distinguishing Father from Brother
Also, perhaps you can add a note on how to differentiate whether an individual, X, is a son or a father of the other individual, Y.