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Deb

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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 Bemis

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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

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

Chris Larsen

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

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2015-04-26 difference:

Hi Anders   Homeostasis maintains a state of dynamic egualibrium or the maintainance of the status quo regarding physiological systems. It is a biological term   Equilibrium occurs when the final state

2015-04-15 A-Level Biology:

cytoplasm, lined with a membrane, and filled with fluid. Especially in protozoa, vacuoles are cytoplasmic organs (organelles), performing functions such as storage, ingestion, digestion, excretion, and

2015-04-14 Biology:

 Hi Daisy  I believe that the questions you have sent me are homework assignments. My policy is that I will not do your work for you but if you do the work yourself I will comment on it and make any corrections

2015-04-03 Biology- Respiration:

Hi Sonia    1. The oxygen enters the trachea then to the broncial tubes to the bronchioles. From there it enters the alveoli. The alveoli are thin walled and every one is next to a capillary with venules

2015-04-02 Neurons:

www.human-memory.net/brain_neurons.html     www.human-memory.net/brain_parts.html    Are thoughts stores in the brain /Brain isn't the storage for thoughts, it's the tool like modem or radio-station for

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