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quarter-crack

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Sorry ! I am in Volusia County< Central Florida, about 40 miles inland off the East coast Also its Smaller than a dime ,legs in, and quarter size walking

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strange beetle

The other day I saw a small beetle about a quarter of an inch, one of those rounded ones that cling to your hand. It was black and very ordinary looking except that it had a proboscis a little longer than it's body. It was long thin and lightly ...

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... deformed individuals in living species. The peppered moths are an excellent example of this. Looked at in the light of research up until the last quarter of the 20th century, trees grew darker in color as the Industrial Revolution progressed. Therefore, lighter colored moths living on these trees ...

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Meiosis produce haploid cells, twice. How?

... immediate continuation of meiosis I. So, How can the diploid cell be halved it's chromosomal number, twice and still be haploid? Shouldn't it be quarter-ploid or something? Thanks, for your input :)

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Wed Oct 05, 2011 6:58 pm
 
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