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Name: Krupa Desai
Age: 19 going on 20
Education: last year degree in Biotechnology, Mumbai university
Major: I'll let u know when i make a decision
Likes: Molecular biology, Formula one ,Giancarlo Fisichella,my friends, my city,Music,sports
Dislikes : My professers, wrestling, birds
Name: Ken Ramos
Location: Western North Carolina
Nationality: American, with hispanic heritage
Present Occupation: Textile Worker
Former Occupation: Air Launched Missile and Guided Missle Systems Technician and Laser Guided Weaponry Tech.
US Navy 21yrs. Retired
Likes: Macro and Micro Photography, Protozoology, Phycology, Fly Fishing, Wilderness Hiking and the development of personal survival skills.
Dislikes: Civilain Life (no choice here of course), dogs, macho men, perfect women (those who think they have no flaws) and lastly unruly children :x
Wht do you have against birds?
"As a biologist, I firmly believe that when you're dead, you're dead. Except for what you live behind in history. That's the only afterlife" - J. Craig Venter
Don't worry...I've seen other people who is so afraid of birds that they won't even dare to touch a bird's feather.....
Maybe it was her childhood or something.....
"Aut Ceaser , Aut Nihil." (This is Latin grammar)
"I'll be loquacious allright! I'll loquace like no one ever loquaced before."(This is BAD grammar)
Why so surprised? I like amoebas too!
A lot of people like amoebas apparently, including Kyle(biostudent84)
Hmm...lets see. For one thing they are easy to photograph because they move so slow. Amoebas can move, capture, digest, and assimilate complex foods, egest indigestable residues, respire, produce excretions and secretions, respond to stimuli of diverse kinds either in their internal or external evironment. They can grow and reproduce themselves in kind and they can perform all the essential animal activities showing physiological specialization in different processes without having many structurally different parts to perform those processes. The list can go on about all the things that ameba are capable of doing.
Besides, they make wonderful pets. They are easy to take care of, eat very little, well sort of, they are good with children and they don't bark at night. Now aren't they wonderful!
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