MadSci Search Results for James Cotton

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1. Genetics: Re: What does Chromosome mean?, James Cotton, Graduate Student, Molecular Evolution & Systematics Tue Sep 19 06:17:15 2000
2. Science History: Re: Who dicovered the Ebola virus?, James Cotton, Graduate Student Sat May 27 12:32:49 2000
3. Zoology: Re: I would like to learn more about sealife in extreme depths of the sea. , James Cotton, Medical Editor, Current Science Group Thu Mar 18 11:52:48 1999
4. Zoology: Re: Do eyebrow mites exist? And if they do are they common?, James Cotton, Graduate Student Mon Feb 21 08:44:08 2000
5. Evolution: Re: Differences with Micro and Macroevolution, James Cotton, Graduate Student Thu Feb 17 09:52:59 2000
6. Zoology: Re: Can you identify a pigeon as male or female from its physical characteristi, James Cotton, Graduate Student Tue May 30 10:15:20 2000
7. General Biology: Re: Can I have a brief overview of the validness of the Hetertroph Hypothesis, James Cotton, Graduate Student Mon Jan 17 04:53:04 2000
8. Zoology: Re: Do caterpillars have teeth?, James Cotton, Graduate Student Thu Sep 7 11:49:01 2000
9. Zoology: Re: How many different living organisms are there today? , James Cotton, Graduate Student Tue May 30 09:41:39 2000
10. Zoology: Re: what is the difference between a cocoon and a crysalis?, James Cotton, Graduate Student Sat May 27 10:29:51 2000
11. Genetics: Re: will breeding a purebred with a mutt affect all future ofspring?, James Cotton, Graduate Student Mon Feb 21 06:18:16 2000
12. Zoology: Re: prehistoric fish thought extinct washed up alive in CA a few years ago, James Cotton, Graduate Student, Molecular Evolution & Systematics Mon Sep 11 10:47:22 2000
13. Earth Sciences: Re: How deep has a person ever gone in the Abyssal Zone?, James Cotton, Graduate Student, Molecular Evolution & Systematics Fri Feb 23 08:52:18 2001
14. Zoology: Re: How do mudskipper's eyes focus in and out of the water?, James Cotton, Graduate Student, Molecular Evolution & Systematics Mon Sep 11 09:49:12 2000
15. Evolution: Re: What factors would encourage reverse evolution?, James Cotton, Graduate Student Thu Feb 17 08:29:03 2000
16. Microbiology: Re: Will microbes out live human existance?, James Cotton, Staff, N/A, Current Science Group Tue Mar 16 06:48:21 1999
17. Biochemistry: Does my Science Fair project belong in the Bio-Chemistry area of the fair?, Sammy, 7-9 Fri Feb 9 22:54:47 2001
18. Genetics: Re: How do Barr bodies work in Klinefelter's Syndrome?, Joshua McElwee, Grad student, Molecular and Cellular Biology, University of Washington-Seattle Fri Dec 17 18:56:04 1999
19. Genetics: Re: animal donors with human genes, James Cotton, Graduate Student, Molecular Evolution & Systematics Tue Sep 19 05:31:11 2000
20. Molecular Biology: Re: How does UV light affect DNA?, James Cotton, Staff, N/A, Current Science Group Tue Mar 16 07:02:53 1999
21. Zoology: Re: Are zoologist able to use fossils to help them understand animals?, James Cotton, Graduate Student Mon Feb 21 09:18:33 2000
22. Science History: Re: What bacteria was first viewed? , Samuel Conway, Research Services Manager Tue Dec 28 20:56:15 1999
23. Medicine: Re: How come there're less skin cancer in NewYork then Australia?, John Carlson, Medical student, MD/PhD (parasitology) , Tulane University, School of Medicine Sat May 22 12:27:37 1999
24. Earth Sciences: Re: how many miles would a rocket have to travel to leave our atmosphere, Sidney Chivers, , Nuclear Engineering, retired Sun Aug 6 09:43:49 2000
25. Astronomy: Re: when will the next full moon at Halloween occur?, James Cotton, Graduate Student, Molecular Evolution & Systematics Mon Nov 6 12:00:45 2000


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