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Have you ever thought about the possibility of your existence?

MIND-BLOWING! (Worth reading)

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DNA's repair system studied in hopes of better cancer treatments

How has the discovery of DNA contributed to science? Are there still questions remaining about DNA? How has DNA changed helped police solve cases?

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Answer key to the flow chart showing the main events and products in cellular respiration.

Amino Acid Cheat Sheet

The 20 Essential Amino Acids. Not actually everything you need to know, but the fundamentals at the start of biochemistry proteomics.

meiosis - cell division necessary for sexual reproduction in eukaryotes, such as animals, plants and fungi. The number of sets of chromosomes in the cell undergoing meiosis is reduced to half the original number, typically from two sets (diploid) to one set (haploid). The cells produced by meiosis are either gametes (the usual case in animals) or otherwise usually spores from which gametes are ultimately produced (the case in land plants).

This is sort of an example of gamete in an indirect way. This is because a gamete is a mature sexual reproductive cell, and this shows meiosis, a division that is mandatory to produce a sexual reproductive cell.

Beatrice the Biologist! Cultivating curiosity and appreciation for science and…

Beatrice the Biologist! Cultivating curiosity and appreciation for science and nature one giggle at a time.

Your Brain Evolved from Bacteria - Scientific American. Bacteria developed ion channels, eukaryotes produced electrical signals when swimming, sponges developed synaptic proteins, early fishes had a brain inside a spinal cord-like structure, amphibians developed a forebrain..."think you have a mind like a sponge? In a way, we all do."

Your Brain Evolved from Bacteria - Scientific American. Bacteria developed ion channels, eukaryotes produced electrical signals when swimming, sponges developed synaptic proteins, early fishes had a brain inside a spinal cord-like structure, amphibians de

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