science, biology

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  1. biology

    what does an inhibitory interneuron do?
  2. biology

    how many molecules in 4Nh3
  3. Biology

    what are the characteristics of kingdoms?
  4. biology

    in what way are chloroplast and mitochondria
  5. Biology

    What are the advantages of a Co-repressor?
  6. biology

    what is the function of the diaphragm?
  7. Biology

    name the three states of matter
  8. Biology

    What is DNA replication?
  9. Biology

    why do certain cells contain more of certain structures than do others
  10. biology

    how many chromosomes do bacteria have?
  11. biology

    why is the fovea important?
  12. biology

    what does trna transport
  13. Biology (Please Dont Skip Over)

    h t t p : / / w w w . j i s k h a . c o m / d i s p l a y . c g i ? i d = 1 2 7 8 2 7 9 5 7 9
  14. biology

    Why does cell need enzymes?
  15. biology

    what is the different between diet and health.
  16. biology

    What are emergent properties?
  17. Biology

    what is the definition of respiration?
  18. Biology

    What is definite form?
  19. Biology

    Which of the following depends on bacteria?
  20. biology

    where is sound perceived?
  21. Biology

    What does orderly structure mean?
  22. biology

    what is genus taxa?
  23. biology

    what are three function of teeth
  24. biology

    3.68kg=____________g
  25. biology

    What changes occur when a solution goes from ph 5 to ph 8
  26. BIOLOGY

    What is the difference between PS-I and PS-II. where PS is for photosystem
  27. biology

    what are three function of a teeth
  28. biology

    what are two primary decomposers
  29. biology

    what are three function of a teeth
  30. Biology

    What are electronic wastes?
  31. biology

    What is the tongue to the tibia?
  32. Biology

    How is homeostasis seen in cells?
  33. biology

    what does homeostasis means?
  34. Biology

    what is an adaptive radiation
  35. biology

    what is the the equation for photosynthesis?
  36. biology

    what is the solvent for blood
  37. biology

    100 ml of agno3 at 0.1g/ml
  38. Biology

    What is transcription of DNA?
  39. Biology

    What is the role of a flatworm?
  40. biology

    what is deep time?
  41. biology 30

    effects of menopause
  42. Biology

    What is a Notochord made out of?
  43. biology

    how do Cnidarians move?
  44. Biology

    What is the first step in replication?
  45. Biology

    What are the three types of dispersion?
  46. biology

    another name for a large molecule
  47. biology

    Is any one body type better than another?
  48. biology

    What are the uses of moist packs?
  49. biology

    how do electrons move
  50. biology

    What means pseudopodia
  51. Biology

    Why veins contain valves.
  52. biology

    What might life be like on other planets?
  53. biology

    How do I convert km to nm? Like 299.32 km = nm
  54. biology

    equation of photosynthesis
  55. biology

    what is cell history
  56. biology

    What do u mean by floral formula?
  57. biology

    what object is like a cell
  58. biology

    What are the 20 tools used in the lab?
  59. biology

    what is activation energy?
  60. biology

    Are different species always fery different?
  61. Biology

    What is an isolecithal egg
  62. Biology

    can anyone help me by defining what is holophytic? please
  63. science

    Which of the following is not a benefit of scientific literacy? A. being able to make personal decisions B. being able to evaluate scientific information C. being able to rely on opinions about science related issues D. being able to take part in science
  64. Science Help

    Can someone explain how a mutation in an individual's DNA occurs? I have no idea. And what is the effect it may have on the individual's traits? This is for my study guide of science, and I suck at science, but I am to shy to ask my teacher. Yes, I know
  65. Technology

    What are some key points historically in which we can say that science became reliant upon technology? We know that technology is a product of science, but at what point did science rely upon technology to make its investigations, and its claims to
  66. heat/science Xtremely important

    Please help! I need a good website for HEAT in science! I'm in 8grade and I need info on heat http://www.school-for-champions.com/science/heat.htm
  67. science

    An area in your state has been flooded due to heavy rains. How might scientists from the three main branches of science interact in their study of the flood, its effects, and how future flooding might be controlled? OK, I will bite: What do you think the
  68. Science/biology

    1) How does alanine differ from glycine? 2) Protein shape can be changed by heat. Egg white is rich in the protein albumin. What happens to egg white when an egg is cooked, and why? 3) Is the shortage of tyrosine the cause of albinism? Explain. 4)Through
  69. Science

    For science I have to create a safety poster about one safety rule. Are these ones good: *clean up after your mess. *Don't eat or drink in the science lab. *Wash your hands after experiments. *Never reach across a flame. *Listen to directions. More rules
  70. SCIENCE Biology (urgent)

    answer it with 2 paragraphs.. 1.How does chlamydia infect the human body? 2.What are the complications that can result from chlamydia infection? 3.What are the benefits of the CPAF inhibitor? 4.In what instances can control of endocycling be beneficial?
  71. Psychology

    Can the Bible and science co-exist without either losing its authority? How? In my opinion, the Bible teaches moral and spiritual precepts. It doesn't pretend to be a scientific text book. Science tells us how things work. I don't see a conflict between
  72. Science

    What is the science of measurement 9 letter word. Thanks, Lindsey Hi there, I was able to find the answer online by typing "science of measurement" in quotes into the google search engine. I hope that helps. Thanks I had done that but without the quotetion
  73. biology

    jordan is doing a science fair project on the effect of music on the growth of tomatoes. he has two tomato plants, plant A and B, that he grows in a window and gives the same amount of water. plant A is exposed to classical music using headphones attached
  74. psychology

    What is basic science? What is applied science? What traits to people need to be successful in basic science psychology fields? applied science?
  75. biology

    Give four reasons why we need food.
  76. Biology

    List 3 features of catalysts.
  77. biology

    why is diffusion through a membrane sometimes faster?
  78. Biology

    How does the heart pump blood?
  79. biology

    How does energy flow through the biosphere?
  80. Biology

    almost all of the energy in an ecosystem comes from__________________.
  81. biology

    Which of these characteristics is NOT found in the amphibians?
  82. biology

    What are two disadvantages of nuclear energy?
  83. Biology

    What are dominant and recessive alleles?
  84. biology

    how do you recognize someone with turner's syndrome?
  85. biology

    Describe the different types of hormone please help
  86. biology

    evidence for a reducing atmosphere
  87. biology

    Disadvantages of cross pollination
  88. BIOLOGY

    What is an example of a human genetic problem?
  89. biology

    I can't find anything explainng how it affects it. Do you know?
  90. Biology

    What is the difference between osmolality and osmolarity?
  91. biology

    what are they differenves between eprokaryotes& prokaryotes?
  92. biology

    what are the differences between mitosis and meiosis!?
  93. Biology

    why does h2o have such attractive forces
  94. Biology

    Can DNA control how many teeth we will have?
  95. biology

    what are the basic anatomy of a brachiopod.
  96. biology

    what is natural selection and how does it work? ><
  97. Biology

    How did eukaryotic cells develop?
  98. biology

    Why is there less phosphate in New Zealand soils?
  99. biology

    why do experiments usually require a control
  100. biology

    what can be a represent as a necleus in a room. and WHY