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Blue-eye

(Science: zoology) The blue-cheeked honeysucker of australia.


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... what about the dolphin with the hindlimb atavism. Than in the following graph the traits listed are Pelvis(green circle), nose(red square), jaw (blue triangle) to be honest the 2nd question has me completley stumped

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by scienceguy914
Mon Sep 08, 2014 1:44 am
 
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Help With
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Views: 71

Microevolution verus Macroevolution

... genes would evolve in exactly the same way? The genes don't really care how big an organism is going to grow. Their job is simply to provide the blue print for the morphology of the animal. Look at a great Dane and a chihuahua. And consider how the size of closely related species has altered ...

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by animartco
Sun Jul 06, 2014 3:17 pm
 
Forum: Evolution
Topic: Microevolution verus Macroevolution
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Propagation and Transfection of BHK cells?

... of 300-400nm in buffer. If you are interested I may send a free sample to you. We provide three transfection reagents: for siRNA (Viromer BLUE, BLACK and GREEN) and for plasmids (Viromer RED and YELLOW). Please write to: Olivia.Zabel@lipocalyx.de (email address of our company). Best wishes, ...

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by OliviaZ
Tue Apr 08, 2014 10:48 am
 
Forum: Molecular Biology
Topic: Propagation and Transfection of BHK cells?
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Overexpression

... particles of 300-400nm in buffer. If you are interested I may send a free sample to you. We provide two transfection reagents: for siRNA (Viromer BLUE and GREEN) and for plasmids (Viromer RED and YELLOW). Please write to: Olivia.Zabel@lipocalyx.de (email address of our company). Best wishes, Olivia

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by OliviaZ
Tue Apr 08, 2014 10:45 am
 
Forum: Molecular Biology
Topic: Overexpression
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identify bacterias in Gram stain kit &The Giemsa Stain Kit

The Gram Stain Kit is intended for the demonstration and differentiation of Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacteria. Gram Positive Bacteria: Blue Gram Negative Bacteria: Red Other Tissue: Yellow Nuclei: Red The Giemsa Stain Kit (May-Grunwald) is intended for use in the visualization of cells ...

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by scytek
Sat Mar 15, 2014 1:11 pm
 
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: identify bacterias in Gram stain kit &The Giemsa Stain Kit
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