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Apr
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answered Taxonomic clasification of BLAST output
Apr
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Apr
18
answered How the genome assembly be done after k-mer counting?
Apr
14
comment Books about famous experiments in biology - 'methods of investigation'
Honestly, someone needs to write this book.
Apr
13
comment Why does a semi-set curd not set completely after a round of churning?
Might this be a better fit at seasoned.stackexchange.com?
Apr
13
revised What are golgi blobs?
fixed grammar, better clarity
Apr
13
comment Is there a correlation between Animal Intelligence x Playing time?
@FernandoTsukumo I am afraid, that the concept of (measurable) intelligence might be as hard to define (especially for animals), as is playing time. Are you looking to compare the same species of animals, but little ones play more or less or are you looking to generally compare animals that play a lot to animals that do not play as much?
Apr
13
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Apr
12
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Apr
12
comment Do camels have nucleated RBCs or enucleated RBCs?
Could you maybe add some links to some of the sites you found? Then it is easier to track down, where they get their information from and figure out which is reliable.
Apr
11
comment Can both the overlapping genes (in opposite strands) produce proteins?
Maybe this can help you? It is about what regulates the directionality of a gene and they seem to include 9% of the genes are translated in both directions. Although it is hard to say without knowing about the organism you are talking about (seems to be eukaryotic, since you mentioned splicing). sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1097276514010077
Apr
11
revised Why do viruses last longer on hard surfaces than porous ones
added link to source given in comment into question
Apr
11
suggested approved edit on Why do viruses last longer on hard surfaces than porous ones
Apr
11
comment What cause the urge to inhale in humans?
@MukilanSC I don't think we have a general difference here to distinguish between (written) homework questions and "classwork" or "in class" questions/ exam questions and so on.
Apr
7
revised What cause the urge to inhale in humans?
added homework tag
Apr
7
comment What cause the urge to inhale in humans?
It sounds like a homework question, so I added the tag. Feel free to correct me if I am wrong.
Apr
7
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Apr
7
comment Have there been any studies on 'surf balls'? (not related to surfing)
Okay, I have to retract my suspicion. I found this, which states that there seems to be a publication, but I can't find the relevant publication mentioned. Maybe someone else has more luck? blogs.oregonstate.edu/breakingwaves/2011/01/12/…
Apr
7
comment Have there been any studies on 'surf balls'? (not related to surfing)
Are they supposed to come out of the lake? To me it looks like it is made up of land plant material, so possibly a birds nest?
Apr
4
comment Do any plants grow leaves beneath the ground?
Could it be the case that those plants have been brought underground by ants recently? Do you dig up any ant nests with the leaves?