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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.


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

Walter Hintz

On Vacation
returns 04/23/2014
Science teacher for over 50 years. MSc. in biology. I can answer questions in general biology, zoology, botany, anatomy and physiology and biochemistry.

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2014-04-15 hearing:

not my expertise but will try to answer at best of my knowledge;hope this helps;What are the symptoms of noise-induced hearing loss?  One reason people fail to notice the danger of noise is that too much

2014-04-13 urgent:

Lungs & Respiratory System Basics    Each day we breathe about 20,000 times. All of this breathing couldn't happen without help from the respiratory system, which includes the nose, throat, voice box,

2014-04-12 Help please:

In males, the primary target of FSH is the    see here so u get a better detail research answer  www.ehow.com/about_6057455_abnormal-fsh-​lh-levels.html     FSH male target Testes (sertoli cells)

2014-04-02 What is a quantifiable way of measuring vitality?:

Blood pressure is a good measurement of stress.     Another method would be to find out the subjects stress release habits (smoking, biting fingernails, eating, etc) and ask them to log how many times

2014-03-29 Anatomy and physiology:

Calcium in the diet of a teenager is actively absorbed in the small intestine and transferred into the intestinal capillaries  www.innerbody.com  http://www.science.gov/topicpages/a/absorption+intestinal

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