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reviewed Approve Animal skeleton composition?
Apr
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reviewed Leave Open Can multiple overt/covert intentions produce identical EEG readings?
Apr
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reviewed Close Confluency or confluence, which term is correct to describe the % area covered by cells?
Apr
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reviewed Approve Hydrophobic proteins in the body?
Apr
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reviewed Approve What does confluency mean?
Apr
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reviewed Approve How did the first life form on Earth reproduce without DNA?
Apr
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comment I need help identifying a completely unknown plant for my biology class
Looks like a Kalanchoe to me, too! To answer @Polisetty 's question, you might go about identifying this by noting that it is a succulent ('juicy' leaves and does not need to be watered frequently), that it's opposite-leaved, that the leaf margins are jagged (I suppose maybe 'crenate' specifically), and that it has red flowers. This isn't going to help you much in using a botanical key, but might give you a start in google image-searching...
Apr
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comment Pink Grasshoppers
Looks like an immature instar? You might be interested in this, too: biology.stackexchange.com/questions/20702/…
Apr
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comment Help Identifying Tree
The leaves aren't a perfect match for any of the photos I've seen, but the description does note that the leaves are quite variable, especially in young shoots.
Apr
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revised Help Identifying Tree
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Apr
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answered Help Identifying Tree
Mar
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comment How many mice are on the Earth?
Good answer! Citations would be nice - eg. who's Davis?
Mar
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reviewed Close Based on this diagram, how do you deduce the keystone species?
Mar
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reviewed Close Electrophoretogram of microstallites - DNA profile of children
Mar
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reviewed Leave Open Do all cells produce the same proteins?
Mar
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reviewed Leave Open Is there a saturation point for nutritional intake?
Mar
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reviewed Approve How do diving marine mammals avoid decompression sickness?
Mar
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comment Can we say it's hybridisation if it's the same species?
You might also consider whether the term 'introgression' is appropriate in this instance. Like 'hybridization' itself though, 'introgression' is used in different ways...
Mar
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revised Can we say it's hybridisation if it's the same species?
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Mar
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revised Conservation Ex Situ
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