• Anyone else think Daniel Shaver deserves vigilante justice?

    I think that pussy ***** cop who shot him should be put at gunpoint and treated the exact same way. What do you guys think?
    I think that pussy ***** cop who shot him should be put at gunpoint and treated the exact same way. What do you guys think?
    3 answers · Law & Ethics · 5 days ago
  • Can somone please clarify how my textbook solved this problem (tetrad analysis)?

    I'm just confused how they used the table at the left to come up with the numbers on the table on the left.
    I'm just confused how they used the table at the left to come up with the numbers on the table on the left.
    Biology · 5 days ago
  • Is this rude email etiquette towards a Biology professor.?

    So I had a small email conversation with a bio professor at my university and I was wondering if my last email was kind of rude. He ended his reply to my first email with his first name, so I didn't know whether or not to call him Dr. LastName again or by his first name. So I just didn't address him (I didn't say hi or anything) when I... show more
    So I had a small email conversation with a bio professor at my university and I was wondering if my last email was kind of rude. He ended his reply to my first email with his first name, so I didn't know whether or not to call him Dr. LastName again or by his first name. So I just didn't address him (I didn't say hi or anything) when I responded to his reply. Is this rude, weird, or just both? - Also isn't it weird calling a PHD professor by his first name?
    5 answers · Etiquette · 1 week ago
  • Population genetics question about albinism?

    In a study of the Hopi, a Native American tribe of central Arizona, Woolf andDukepoo (1959) found 26 albino individuals in a total population of 6000. This form ofalbinismis controlled by a single gene with two alleles: albinism is recessive to normalskin coloration. a)Why can’t you calculate the allele frequencies from this information alone? b)... show more
    In a study of the Hopi, a Native American tribe of central Arizona, Woolf andDukepoo (1959) found 26 albino individuals in a total population of 6000. This form ofalbinismis controlled by a single gene with two alleles: albinism is recessive to normalskin coloration. a)Why can’t you calculate the allele frequencies from this information alone? b) Calculate the expected allele frequencies and genotype frequencies if the populationwerein Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium. How many of the Hopi are estimated to be carriersof the recessive albino allele?
    1 answer · Biology · 3 weeks ago
  • Is a 5mp camera really that bad, how does it compare with a 16mp camera is what I mean?

    So I just got a Samsung Galaxy J3 Luna Pro and to my dismay, it has the same mp camera as my old phone, the outdated Samsung Galaxy Stardust. So another question I have is can two phones have the same mp camera but still on camera be better than the other?
    So I just got a Samsung Galaxy J3 Luna Pro and to my dismay, it has the same mp camera as my old phone, the outdated Samsung Galaxy Stardust. So another question I have is can two phones have the same mp camera but still on camera be better than the other?
    8 answers · Cameras · 3 weeks ago
  • How do I stop showing up in google?

    So a long time ago I said something jokingly racist in a google forum with a google account for my High School that had my real name on it. That google account is deleted now, but whenever I google my name, this thread where I said something racist keeps coming up. Is there a way I can stop this from showing up in google searches?
    So a long time ago I said something jokingly racist in a google forum with a google account for my High School that had my real name on it. That google account is deleted now, but whenever I google my name, this thread where I said something racist keeps coming up. Is there a way I can stop this from showing up in google searches?
    1 answer · Google · 1 month ago
  • Someone please explain how to draw and annotate cDNA clones?

    The sequence of the gfp (gene for p) gene consists of 1000 bp of coding sequence and has two EcoRI restriction enzyme recognition sites (5’ GAATTC 3’), one located 150 bp internal to the start codon, and one 150 bp internal to the stop codon of the normal gene. A cDNA expressed from a defective version of the gfp gene has also been cloned and the... show more
    The sequence of the gfp (gene for p) gene consists of 1000 bp of coding sequence and has two EcoRI restriction enzyme recognition sites (5’ GAATTC 3’), one located 150 bp internal to the start codon, and one 150 bp internal to the stop codon of the normal gene. A cDNA expressed from a defective version of the gfp gene has also been cloned and the sequence of the abnormal gene has only one EcoRI restriction site. Can you draw the two cDNA clones and annotate the diagram with everything you know about each one. - Thanks in advance!
    1 answer · Biology · 1 month ago
  • Can someone underline the Pstl site in the following plasmid?

    Im having trouble realizing whether its the specific point (3607), or the length of amp.
    Im having trouble realizing whether its the specific point (3607), or the length of amp.
    1 answer · Biology · 1 month ago
  • How can the smeghead biological virus be eliminated from the yahoo answers system?

    Ladies and gentlemen, a virus has entered the biology boards here. It responds to questions with sarcastic, insulting comments to make the questions seem like they've been answered so others don't look at them. My question is this. How can this virus be purged? Can we take it's brain out, put new DNA in, and use it for phage therapy?
    Ladies and gentlemen, a virus has entered the biology boards here. It responds to questions with sarcastic, insulting comments to make the questions seem like they've been answered so others don't look at them. My question is this. How can this virus be purged? Can we take it's brain out, put new DNA in, and use it for phage therapy?
    5 answers · Biology · 1 month ago
  • Is Formerly Peter S around?

    He is a real smart guy when it comes to biology related topics, and I have some really complicated genetics questions.
    He is a real smart guy when it comes to biology related topics, and I have some really complicated genetics questions.
    1 answer · Biology · 2 months ago
  • The cross (abc)*(+++) is made in an ascomycete with unordered tetrads. From the analysis of 100 asci shown below, determine the linkage r...?

    The cross (abc) x (+++) is made in an ascomycete with unordered tetrads. From the analysis of 100 asci shown below, determine the linkage relationship between these loci as completely as the data allow.
    The cross (abc) x (+++) is made in an ascomycete with unordered tetrads. From the analysis of 100 asci shown below, determine the linkage relationship between these loci as completely as the data allow.
    1 answer · Biology · 2 months ago
  • The map distances for six genes in the second linkage group of the silkworm Bombyx mori are shown in the table below. Construct a genetic...?

    The map distances for six genes in the second linkage group of the silkworm Bombyx mori are shown in the table below. Construct a genetic map that includes all of these genes.
    The map distances for six genes in the second linkage group of the silkworm Bombyx mori are shown in the table below. Construct a genetic map that includes all of these genes.
    1 answer · Biology · 2 months ago
  • Why are their so many ugly girls in college?

    Seriously why is it suddenly socially acceptable for them to die their hair some nasty ****** up color, wear ****** up clothing, wear ****** up glasses, like why just why? I'm sure if they werent such freaks they might even be attractive.
    Seriously why is it suddenly socially acceptable for them to die their hair some nasty ****** up color, wear ****** up clothing, wear ****** up glasses, like why just why? I'm sure if they werent such freaks they might even be attractive.
    11 answers · Etiquette · 2 months ago
  • Consider three pairs of homologous chromosome with centromeres labeled A/a, B/b, and C/c, where the slash line separates one chromosome f...?

    Consider three pairs of homologous chromosome with centromeres labeled A/a, B/b, and C/c, where the slash line separates one chromosome from its homolog. How many different kinds of meiotic products can this individual produce? (show your work).
    Consider three pairs of homologous chromosome with centromeres labeled A/a, B/b, and C/c, where the slash line separates one chromosome from its homolog. How many different kinds of meiotic products can this individual produce? (show your work).
    1 answer · Biology · 2 months ago
  • A coin is tossed 10 times and lands heads up 6 times and tails up 4 times. a.) are these results consistent with the expected 50:50 ratio?

    b.) If the coin is tossed 100 times with the same relative deviation from the expected ratio, is the hypothesis still acceptable? c.) What conclusion can be drawn from the results of parts (a) and part (b)?
    b.) If the coin is tossed 100 times with the same relative deviation from the expected ratio, is the hypothesis still acceptable? c.) What conclusion can be drawn from the results of parts (a) and part (b)?
    1 answer · Mathematics · 2 months ago