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comment Why did multicellular organisms evolve when a single cell can survive on its own?
Potential duplicate of Why would a single celled organism evolve to be multi-celled?
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reviewed Close Find how much times blood is filtered in the kidney?
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reviewed Close Why did multicellular organisms evolve when a single cell can survive on its own?
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reviewed Edit Are the cells (structures) of deep sea fish different? And can they survive in shallow water?
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revised Are the cells (structures) of deep sea fish different? And can they survive in shallow water?
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comment what DNA you pass on to offsprings?
For clarity (and due to misconceptions in the question), I think you should specifically mention germline cells (in contrast to somatic cells), and how only cells in the germline are used for reproduction.
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comment what DNA you pass on to offsprings?
Only cells in the germ line are used to produce sperm and eggs, which are passed to offspring. DNA in all other cells (somatic cells) are not passed to offspring.
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reviewed Leave Open if the selfish gene theory is correct, why do survival machines with more resources not choose to replicate more?
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reviewed Close Can memory be improved with mental training?
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reviewed Close Evidence of species transitions
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comment Can someone help me analyze this article?
@shigeta Oops, sorry for reviving a really old discussion - didn't notice the timestamp.
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comment Can someone help me analyze this article?
@shigeta I do think we should be a bit more friendly towards newbies, but don't necessarity find it hostile to close a question if the reason is communicated clearly and in a nice manner. In this case, the question is really broad, and it is asking several separate questions that should be posted separately. There are cases where several subquestions for a single paper/issue are suitable (e.g. clarifying several methodological steps). However, in this case, the subquestions are unconnected and they sometimes seem to deal with tangential statements in the paper (so dependent on other papers).
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reviewed Close Can someone help me analyze this article?
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reviewed Leave Open Does a gene that regulates itself necessarily be a transcription factor?
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reviewed Close Two different sized colonies from the same species of bacteria. What does it mean?
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reviewed Close Do you produce more sperm after 1 week of abstinence vs 1 year of abstinence
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reviewed Close What is the best way to block cigarette smoke from the body?