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Chris Bemis

I will answer questions relating to the identification of bacterial and fungal isolates using phenotypic (macroscopic/microscopic appearance, biochemical bench tests, fatty-acid analysis) as well as genotypic (RiboPrinting) methods. I can also answer questions relating to environmental microbiology, especially those specifically relating to the pharmaceutical industry. I am less familiar with clinical microbiology.

Walter Hintz

Science teacher for over 50 years. MSc. in biology. I can answer questions in general biology, zoology, botany, anatomy and physiology and biochemistry.


I can answer questions relating to general biology, cell biology, human physiology, biochemistry,molecular biology,questions on cells, their organelles, membranes,botany, anatomy,physiology, human physiology;organelles, membranes and host-pathogen interaction also homework help

Chris Larsen

I can answer questions relating to general biology, cell biology, human physiology, biochemistry and pharmacology.

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2014-12-20 Human Body Temperature.:

There are a couple of answers to this Prashant. First of all everyone does not react the same to changes in temperature because their Homeostatic mechanisms may vary. Remember that our sensory impulses

2014-12-12 microbiology:    What are coliforms ;Coliforms are a broad class of bacteria found in our environment, including the feces of man and other warm-blooded

2014-12-05 Smartphone Applications for Viewing MRI Scan, CT Scan and X-Ray diagnostic images.:

 Hi Prashant  I havn't heard from you for a while.  I am sure that there are electronic devices that allow Doctors to view images gained from such tests but I do not know if Iphones are among them. All

2014-12-01 Yeast and Intoxication:

Hi Abdulla    1.I think that the article is somewhat misleading. It is true that the process of fermantation can result during metabolism but with the dogs it occurs in the stomach not after the dog metabolizes

2014-11-25 Twin Species Evolution:

Hi Jason   Interesting question. The evolution of Homo sapiens took millions of years so there is no way we can test this theory. As far as we know no known extinct species has re-evolved. Extinction is

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