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1. An instance of disease with its attendant circumstances.

Compare: patient.

2. A box or container.

Origin: L. Casus, an occurrence

Borderline case, a patient, whose clinical findings are suggestive, but not fully convincing, of a specific diagnosis.

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Stem Cells and Cell division?

... alive and functioning? Why must we have somatic stem cells? Can't mitosis be used to replace all dying cells? Basically in a nutshell, in what cases must Cell Specialization occur, and in what cases must Mitosis occur?

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by CaptainCovalency
Thu Jul 10, 2014 3:54 am
Forum: Cell Biology
Topic: Stem Cells and Cell division?
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Views: 746

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by rmorrison
Wed Mar 19, 2014 5:38 pm
Forum: Human Biology
Topic: Hyperadrenergic POTS
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Neo-Orthogenesis and Neo-Darwinian evolution

... Darwinian natural selection working within space-time and the physical constants and forces of our Universe; which once emerged-in at least some cases-will spawn technological evolution . Once again, I am not championing classical orthogenesis; nor do I believe that intelligence must evolve on ...

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by valetudo
Tue Mar 11, 2014 11:12 am
Forum: Evolution
Topic: Neo-Orthogenesis and Neo-Darwinian evolution
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... forms was far more adequate. Even so, 1) I doubt that most individuals belonging to that minority are aware of most of the nearly one thousand cases I've gathered so far and consequently they could find the lists useful, and 2) I am no more of a simplifier than BioLib, where they seem to believe ...

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by piscilactovegetarian
Sat Mar 01, 2014 12:28 pm
Forum: Molecular Biology
Topic: Newbie question about the first life
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Views: 10529

Re: Are predators always smarter than their prey?

... is the statement "animals can identify predators as a threat even if they have never encountered them before (...)". I know of two cases of instinctive (= not learned) reactions to predators: 1) apes go into a panic whenever they see a snake, and 2) certain chicks get scared when ...

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by piscilactovegetarian
Tue Feb 25, 2014 10:59 am
Forum: Zoology Discussion
Topic: Are predators always smarter than their prey?
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