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Milk is a nutrional white liquid produced by the mammary glands of mammals to feed their offsprings.

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What do chimpz/bonobos/orangutangs/gorillas feed their babies with?

I just read this question and it made me curious about what a more original baby diet would look like. So, at what age do our closest relatives in the animal kingdom start giving their offspring more ...
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Can you use calcein to stain milk somatic cells and observe them through a fluorescent microscope?

I am currently working on an image cytometer that could automatically count somatic cells in milk samples. Can I use Calcein (i.e., C30H26N2O13) to stain the somatic cells? If not, what dye can I use ...
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Do the neurogenic chemicals in mushrooms get transmitted to milk?

In a recent video by SciShow they discussed several studies showing that several compounds in lion's mane mushrooms encourage neuron growth. Do we know if these chemicals get passed into milk if a ...
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does Trichloroacetic acid remove fats from milk

I am trying to detect melamine in milk. As a part of preprocessing, I add 200 ul of TCA to 1 mL milk,and after filtration I get a clear solution. Does the filtrate contain fat. I feel I am having ...
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What are the possible causes of Lactase persistence?

Lactase enzyme which is responsible for the digestion lactose (a disaccharide milk sugar) normally its production decreases when a young mammal is weaned but mostly Humens continue to produce this ...
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What happens to quality of breast milk when twins of two different sexes are born?

It says here in Scientific American Mother's milk may be the first food, but it is not created equal. In humans and other mammals, researchers have found that milk composition changes depending on ...
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How to tell the difference between mould and condensed milk and sugar

I have had sweetened condensed milk in the refrigerator for some weeks (or months perhaps?). The can was covered with aluminium foil. I noticed some disk-like artefacts on its surface, which are ...
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