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BSc in Biomedical Science, currently studying towards a PhD in Molecular Systems Biology.

I have several years worth of experience in web development and programming as well as basics of graphic design.

I'm a language nerd and a citizen science geek. I love techy stuff and wish I had the time to fiddle with electronics myself, but to that regard even building my own PC will have to wait for a while now.


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comment zygomatic fracture and orbital
Is your question whether a zygomatic bone fracture on one side can affect the orbit on the other side?
May
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revised Blood Type Compatibility
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May
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reviewed Reviewed Biological advantage of electric synapses
May
26
comment Biological advantage of electric synapses
I can't answer this but just to consider: firstly, this may be a way to overcome the limit of length of an individual cell before intracellular transport of proteins and organelles becomes impracticable. Aside from this, the difference between one long neuron and two connected ones is that they are separated by a membrane and can have different interiors. This means different internal cell states e.g. signalling molecules, ion concentrations,...
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answered Blood Type Compatibility
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reviewed Leave Open Blood Type Compatibility
May
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revised If the top epidermal layer is burned away, what is it replaced with?
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revised If the top epidermal layer is burned away, what is it replaced with?
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revised If the top epidermal layer is burned away, what is it replaced with?
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May
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answered If the top epidermal layer is burned away, what is it replaced with?
May
25
reviewed Approve Genes, chromosomes, base pairs and the 23 pairs
May
25
reviewed Approve Cancer growth and cell division
May
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reviewed Leave Open Cancer growth and cell division
May
25
reviewed Leave Open Hypovolemia and orthostatic hypertension
May
25
comment Hypovolemia and orthostatic hypertension
Orthostatic (=postural) hypertension is an excessive increase of blood pressure upon standing up. Hypovolemia is a reduced total blood volume (i.e. lack of plasma). This question is perfectly on-topic.
May
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reviewed Leave Open How does mutation cause natural selection? and is it common in protists or prokaryotes?
May
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comment Resources: Learning About the Brain
The wikipedia article on basal ganglia seems sufficiently extensive to me and should be understandable if you spend enough time first learning the basic neuro-terminology used in that article (which you should do anyway if you want to learn about the brain). When reading about a completely new topic, you need to proceed sentence-by-sentence and really make sure you understand what each sentence says, i.e. look up every word you don't know yet.
May
22
comment What type of insect is this?
Edit your answer to include that and provide a reference or picture for the question author to check up themselves and I would say this is a perfectly sufficient answer :)
May
21
reviewed Close problem with natural selection