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I have read very few of the posts in this topic. The title said it all to me. However, I really respect the immense biological importance in your discussion on plagiarism, your age and the topic of your own marvellous vocabulary and literary skills. Why we have fewer biologists on this site nowadays...
Its a dihybrid cross So BB=blue hair, Bb= blue hair, bb=yellow hair GG= green eyes, Gg= green eyes and gg= red eyes parental= B_G_ x B_gg It says assume heterozygousity so its Bb/Gg x Bb/gg the possible gametes are BG or Bg or bG or bg x Bg or bg Your punnet square is .......Bg......bg BG Bg bG bg S...
- Mon May 14, 2007 11:22 pm
- Forum: Physiology
- Topic: simple diffusion and skin cells
- Replies: 5
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When amniotes evolved keratinized skin to avoid dessication the ability to do cutaneous exchange was hindered and almost completely lost. The skin is too thick, and pretty much impermiable.
But this is an evolution section of a biology site. This topic has been covered so many times, check out our search function. Its not even relevant for this forum, let alone the evolution/darwinism section. This thread should at least be moved into the off topic section. Its a science forum. There u...
- Mon May 14, 2007 7:24 pm
- Forum: Botany Discussion
- Topic: Can plants absorb sucrose?
- Replies: 12
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Your question is a bit odd. Plants use sucrose as a transport molecule via the phloem. It is used as it is more stable and mre efficient to use than glucose. Eventually the plant will break it down and use its constituents in respiriation. Plants don't let any molecules diffuse from their roots; the...
- Mon May 14, 2007 3:59 pm
- Forum: General Discussion
- Topic: Please help me with my test review on photosynthesis
- Replies: 2
- Views: 2053