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The Most Extreme - Inventors Evolution has birthed some truly...

The Most Extreme – Inventors

Evolution has birthed some truly incredible natural inventions. How long did it take humans to copy the ingenuity of the natural world?

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Good black-winged stilt news

This video shows a black-winged stilt at its nest; amidst coots, black-headed gulls, and other birds.

Albert de Jong reported on 31 July 2015 about the… 89 more words

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We’re Getting Closer To Stopping Ebola Trials of a new...

We’re Getting Closer To Stopping Ebola

Trials of a new Ebola vaccine have been successful in preventing the disease.

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Are Brain-Eating Amoebas Dangerous? Despite reports across the...

Are Brain-Eating Amoebas Dangerous?

Despite reports across the nation about brain-eating amoeba-based deaths, how dangerous are they actually? John and Hannah discuss.

By: ThinkTank.

Pixar and Disney have some explaining to do! Inside Out Theory!

Recently, I watched the movie Inside out for the first time. It was a wonderful movie with a very good lesson for young children these days. 1,087 more words

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bIO STATISTICS

QUESTION 1: Measurement where made of the DNA content of chlorella cells, some which have been treated with chemicals that inhibited cell division, the results were as follows; 437 more words

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evolutionary advancement in the seed plants.

Perhaps the most significant event after the origin of land plants was evolution of the seed. Primitive seed plants (“gymnosperms”) differ from earlier groups in their reproduction, which is heterosporous (producing two sizes of spores), with separate male and female gametophytes packaged inside the pollen grain (microspore), and the ovule (a sporangium with one functional megaspore, surrounded by an integument, which develops into the seed). 1,018 more words

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