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Tear gas

tear gas

A gas, such as acetone, benzene bromide, and xylol, that causes irritation of the conjunctiva and profuse lacrimation.

See: lacrimator.


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Meiosis prophase I crossover

... winding, how can parts of the chromosome break evenly? Is it possible that the winding mechanism provides chiasma (break) points in advance? Like “tear along this line”? Perhaps a chromosome has many segments of multiple wound layers (B and C) with a simpler connection material (xx) between them. ...

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by gs99
Fri Mar 07, 2014 9:23 pm
 
Forum: Molecular Biology
Topic: Meiosis prophase I crossover
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by PAWahid
Wed May 02, 2012 4:54 am
 
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... repetitive noises. Usually it's things like alarm clocks with the repetitive beeping noises. Especially at low pitches... They make me want to tear things apart. Edit: I also forgot to mention, roupis91, that I do play piano and I am in the school ensemble choir. I'm not extrodinary at either, ...

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by TurboCute3000
Tue Mar 01, 2011 3:24 am
 
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Re: Genetic Transmission

I'm thinking universally now. Here's an idea. Please tear it apart. All organisms will create a 'new' cell (I guess a daughter cell of some type) that will contain a copy of genetic information (either a full copy or half of the DNA). In sexually reproducing ...

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by kolean
Thu Apr 22, 2010 11:38 pm
 
Forum: Genetics
Topic: Genetic Transmission
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Re: Genetic Transmission

... the expression machinery inside it, and the egg will use that DNA to develop. Is that right? I'm thinking universally now. Here's an idea. Please tear it apart. All organisms will create a 'new' cell (I guess a daughter cell of some type) that will contain a copy of genetic information (either ...

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by Bembanadian
Thu Apr 22, 2010 3:40 pm
 
Forum: Genetics
Topic: Genetic Transmission
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