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Feb
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reviewed Approve How are whole Haplotypes for Sequencing isolated?
Feb
16
reviewed Reject Looking for a cancer drug target database to guide sequencing of patient tumor DNA
Feb
16
reviewed Approve How do you design a drug to be delivered to the CNS?
Feb
16
reviewed Reject What cells would have the CD3 marker on them (other than T-cells)
Feb
16
revised What is the average Leg-to-Foot Length/Width Ratio?
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Feb
16
reviewed Reject What is the tRNA gene copy variation between different yeast strains?
Feb
16
reviewed Reject Why do mammalian red blood cells lack a nucleus?
Feb
16
reviewed Approve What is the origin of “melting” in molecular genetics?
Feb
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reviewed Approve Is it possible to trace of the ancestry of a person by only using his/her genetic information?
Feb
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reviewed Approve What are the limitations to current nucleotide sequencing technologies?
Feb
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reviewed Approve What is a good Non Fluorescent DNA Dye?
Feb
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reviewed Approve What is the eye muscle status when you stare at distant view through a glass wall?
Feb
16
revised What effect does ambient temperature have on the cardiovascular system?
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Feb
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reviewed Approve What factors affect the rate of transpiration in plant leaves?
Feb
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reviewed Approve How is RNAse contamination in RNA based experiments prevented?
Feb
14
comment How does a plant grow before photosynthesis is possible?
Photosynthesis fixes carbon dioxide into organic molecules - the water is broken up during the process and the oxygen from it released and light also doesn't really belong in the equation. I think the important bits you are looking for are about carbon fixation specifically but I didn't want to edit your original meaning out - could you clarify? =)
Feb
14
revised How does a plant grow before photosynthesis is possible?
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Feb
14
revised How did the huge dinosaurs cope with gravity and loads on bones, etc.?
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Feb
14
comment How did the huge dinosaurs cope with gravity and loads on bones, etc.?
Hi =) It's always a good idea to summarise the article you are liking to within the question in case it is not available in the future. Furthermore if you're promoting your own website we do ask that you mention that fact in the question (see faq). This may explain the downvotes you are receiving.
Feb
14
revised Can protein structure be determined by X-Ray Diffraction in a single image?
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