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comment Mechanism of syndesmophyte growth in AS
Not only symptomatoc, any inflammation (including the idiopatic one) would do. There are many reasons for hypoxie here: decreased blood flow rate, swelling etc.
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answered Altering the human genome
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answered Why is rabies incurable?
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comment What was the reason for some plant and animals to become giant in course of evolution?
You might find the following question helpful, but (replying to the duplicate flag) I don't think that these questions are exact duplicates...
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revised What was the reason for some plant and animals to become giant in course of evolution?
rephrased the question to make it clearer
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comment What was the reason for some plant and animals to become giant in course of evolution?
Your English is not at all bad, I just wasn't sure what you mean and wanted to ask before I correct the title of your question. My native language is Russian, by the way, so don't take my English for "granted" :-)
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answered Mechanism of syndesmophyte growth in AS
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answered Were dinosaurs 'hot-blooded' or 'cold-blooded'?
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comment What was the reason for some plant and animals to become giant in course of evolution?
The wording of your question is somewhat obscure. Do you mean "what was the reason for some plant and animals to become giant in course of evolution?" or probably "What are the advances and drawbacks of being a giant plant or animal organism?"
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answered Why is propanoic acid often added to the diet of C. elegans?