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comment Books about famous experiments in biology - 'methods of investigation'
Microbe hunters is an excellent book which will fulfill your requirements. You will get an insight into the working of some of the greatest minds....
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comment I don't want to know what bacteria is called but if the bacteria from unborn babies have benifits on health?
Interesting fact : Knowing that a baby born by caesarean is not likely to come in conatact with useful microbes of the vagina of the mother, Rob Knight, a microbiologist applied them on his baby with a swab from his wife's vagina !
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comment What happens if we continuously stimulate a mimosa plant?
@WYSIWYG Funding ! Funding ! Funding !
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comment What happens if there is a blood incompatibility during pregnancy?
Search erythroblastosis foetalis on Wikipedia
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comment Why are mice with a single X chromosome and no Y chromosome males?
This is also true for drosophila. (Though sex determination in it is slightly more complicated.)
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comment If birds are dinosaurs, then are mammals reptiles?
Then you can as well say we are all amoeba !
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comment Is a bone marrow transplant limited by sex?
Well, I guess it's possible because graft rejection/acceptance is based on MHC/hla which are not dependent on sex.
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comment Why we shiver/tremble/shake while performing some work which requires high accuracy?
A trivial example : applying an eyeliner flawlessly :P
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comment Do human somatic cells have 46 chromosomes all the time?
@Vladimir In one nuclei, they have more than 46 chromosomes. See nature.com/nature/journal/v467/n7316/edsumm/e101007-09.html
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comment Do human somatic cells have 46 chromosomes all the time?
Liver cells can be polyploid...