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Biology Solomon 10th Edition

  Biology Solomon 10th Edition Solomon/Martin/Martin/Berg, BIOLOGY is often described as the best majors text for LEARNING biology. Working like a built-in study guide, the superbly integrated, inquiry-based learning system guides you through ev...
by booksmedicos on Jun 23, 2016

Know Your Medical Imaging

  Medical imaging while getting tested for a disease could sometimes get intimidating, considering the various kinds of imagings. Have you ever wondered why a Doctor suggests some people X-ray imaging, while some MRIs, while some CT scan? Then here...
by ScienceAholic on Jun 18, 2016

Plastic Eaters: Here for Salvation?

A team of Japanese scientists have recently found a species of bacteria that eats the type of plastic found in most disposable water bottles. The discovery, published Thursday in the journal Science, could lead to new methods of managing the more t...
by ScienceAholic on Jun 17, 2016

Indian Roots of Modern Medicine

  The people in ancient India had considerable knowledge of Medicine. In the field of medicine, Ayurveda is the most significant contribution of ancient India. Seven hundred hymns in Atharva Veda refer to the topics of Ayurveda. The Vedic hymns...
by ScienceAholic on Jun 16, 2016

Rare photographs, a Fish trapped inside the Jellyfish

A photograph captured a rare phenomenon, the fish that swim in jellyfish has become a hot issue on social media recently. And until now, the photos taken in the waters of eastern Australia that has been viewed more than two million times.The unique p...
by Trussty Jasmine on Jun 16, 2016

Complete Biology 8.4 APK

The post Complete Biology 8.4 APK appeared first on APK4Market.com. Download Complete Biology APK for Android This version of Complete Biology 8.4 APK includes several changes which are mentioned below. You can Download Complete Biology APK directly...
by APK4Market.com on Jun 14, 2016

Chinese scientists managed to create colorful sheep

Consumers may get more choice of natural colors for wool products, because Chinese scientists can change the color of the sheep fleece by editing the animal genes. Scientists from Urumqi, Xinjiang, managed to raise five lambs in a variety of colors b...
by Trussty Jasmine on Jun 12, 2016

How 'super organisms' evolve in response to toxic environments

Scientists have long known that many diseases have a strong genetic component, but they are only recently paying more attention to the role played by the relationship between genetics and the environment. The common water flea, Daphnia pulex, will b...
by The Archaeology News Network on Jun 10, 2016

New research shines light on surprising numbers, evolutionary variety of bioluminescent ocean fish

A study appearing in the journal PLOS ONE this week shows that bioluminescence -- the production of light from a living organism -- is more widespread among marine fishes than previously understood. A Black Dragonfish (Idiacanthus) with bioluminesce...
by The Archaeology News Network on Jun 10, 2016

Bee populations expanded during global warming after the last Ice Age

The Australian small carpenter bee populations appear to have dramatically flourished in the period of global warming following the last Ice Age some 18,000 years ago. An Australian small carpenter bee is visiting a flower [Credit: Marc Newman]The b...
by The Archaeology News Network on Jun 4, 2016

Sound-like bubbles whizzing around in DNA are essential to life

Scientists have shown the weird world of quantum mechanics operating in the molecule of life, DNA. The research, which was carried out by academics from the University of Glasgow and is published in Nature Communications, describes how double-strande...
by The Archaeology News Network on Jun 4, 2016

Human Biology 11th Edition

  Human Biology 11th Edition Clear, engaging, and visually compelling, Starr and McMillan’s HUMAN BIOLOGY, 11e teaches students the core concepts of human biology and prepares them to make well-informed decisions in their lives. Each chapt...
by booksmedicos on Jun 2, 2016

British Scientist Plans to Genetically Modify Human Embryos After Ethics Committee’s Approval

Joseph JankowskiActivist PostGenetically modified humans might seem like a far-out idea that has a place only in science fiction but is actually what some scientists have in store for humanity in the very near future.After receiving the go-ahead&nb...
by INFRAKSHUN on Jun 1, 2016

The world's longest insect found in China

A half-meter long insect was found in southern China, has been named as the longest insect in the world, as reported by Xinhua this week. An insect with a 62.4 centimeters long was found two years ago in the province of Guangxi.According to the Insec...
by Trussty Jasmine on May 23, 2016

How birds turn red

In the bird world, the color red has special significance. Many species use red signals to attract mates or deter rivals, adding the color to their beaks, feathers, or bare skin. Generally speaking, as far as many birds are concerned, redder is bette...
by The Archaeology News Network on May 20, 2016

GWEN Towers – Electromagnetic Waves for Total Control

Nicholas JonesZen Gardner This article is an overview of how we are controlled by technology – from having our brainwaves deliberately changed en masse by transmitters regulating our state of consciousness, to how we are victims of electrom...
by INFRAKSHUN on May 20, 2016

Natural selection sculpts genetic information to limit diversity

A study of butterflies suggests that when a species adapts, other parts of its genetic make-up  can be linked to that adaptation, limiting diversity in the population. Heliconius Melpomene, a tropical butterfly found in South America. The study...
by The Archaeology News Network on May 19, 2016

Evolutionary 'probables' a positive step

Rice University scientists have advanced their method for determining the most likely ways genes have evolved over eons, both within and across species. Horizontal gene transfer and hybridization, the sharing of genes by means other than parentage,...
by The Archaeology News Network on May 18, 2016

5 Benefits of Ergonomic Chairs: a Healthier Working Environment

The clock strikes 5 and the office hours are finally over. The diligent employee bids goodbye to his computer desk which has served as his dwelling place for the past nine hours. On his way to the elevator, he suddenly feels neck, shoulder, and bac...
by Interesting Things on May 17, 2016

Top 50 Biological Important Questions and answer

Top 50 Biological Important Questions and Answer Candidates those who are preparing for SSC, CGL, UPSC, BANKS and all other Competitive exams can read these Top 50 Biological Important Questions and answer for these better preparations. Read all 50 q...
by gkquestionbank on May 8, 2016


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