MadSci Search Results for Jennifer Phillips

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1. Cell Biology: Re: Is it possible to clone 5 people to make 1 body., Jennifer Phillips, Grad student, Developmental Genetics/Biology, University of Oregon Wed Nov 8 18:18:02 2000
2. Genetics: Re: Can a chinchilla and a rabbit have offspring if mated to one another?, Jennifer Phillips, Grad student, Developmental Genetics/Biology, University of Oregon Wed Sep 6 20:36:12 2000
3. Genetics: Re: Do a baby develop wings when DNA from a bird is placed into the baby's cell, Jennifer Phillips, Grad student, Developmental Genetics/Biology, University of Oregon Tue Jan 30 15:17:30 2001
4. Molecular Biology: Re: Are all human genes epigenetically 'imprinted'?, Jennifer Phillips, Grad student, Developmental Genetics/Biology, University of Oregon Fri Jun 29 18:45:03 2001
5. Development: Re: What is cell elongation?, Jennifer Phillips, Grad student, Developmental Genetics/Biology, University of Oregon Tue Jan 16 16:52:36 2001
6. Genetics: Re: Do the zygotes of the same population vary only in their genes?, Jennifer Phillips, Grad student, Developmental Genetics/Biology, University of Oregon Fri May 25 14:35:06 2001
7. Genetics: Re: Would the ratio from tall to short plants in Mendel's 3rd generation be 3:1, Jennifer Phillips, Grad student, Developmental Genetics/Biology, University of Oregon Fri Nov 16 14:53:12 2001
8. Cell Biology: Re: why does enjecting a sperm cell into a egg cell not result in fertilization, Jennifer Phillips, Grad student, Developmental Genetics/Biology, University of Oregon Mon Apr 30 12:29:33 2001
9. Cell Biology: Re: Won't gametes eventually run out?, Jennifer Phillips, Grad student, Developmental Genetics/Biology, University of Oregon Fri Nov 2 13:56:43 2001
10. Genetics: Re: Are allele combinations determined by chance?, Jennifer Phillips, Grad student, Developmental Genetics/Biology, University of Oregon Wed Feb 20 18:52:40 2002
11. Genetics: Re: Does the Importance of Introns go against the one gene-one protein theory?, Jennifer Phillips, Grad student, Developmental Genetics/Biology, University of Oregon Mon Feb 5 18:29:43 2001
12. Genetics: Re: Why do some people have two different coloured eyes?, Jennifer Phillips, Grad student, Developmental Genetics/Biology, University of Oregon Fri May 10 16:03:59 2002
13. Genetics: Re: Can you combin genes from a dog and a human? , Jennifer Phillips, Grad student, Developmental Genetics/Biology, University of Oregon Fri Apr 13 14:48:36 2001
14. Genetics: Re: Recessive dominat gene transfer, Jennifer Phillips, Grad student, Developmental Genetics/Biology, University of Oregon Fri May 3 12:28:42 2002
15. Genetics: Re: Why dosage compensation doesnt apply to autosomes?, Jennifer Phillips, Grad student, Developmental Genetics/Biology, University of Oregon Mon Aug 20 15:07:13 2001
16. Genetics: Re: How can so few genes produce so many proteins?, Jennifer Phillips, Grad student, Developmental Genetics/Biology, University of Oregon Wed Nov 29 19:20:46 2000
17. Development: Re: What causes a cell to divide into so many parts?, Jennifer Phillips, Grad student, Developmental Genetics/Biology, University of Oregon Fri Mar 2 14:49:12 2001
18. Cell Biology: Re: Why can RNA leave the nucleus and DNA cannot?, Jennifer Phillips, Grad student, Developmental Genetics/Biology, University of Oregon Mon Mar 4 16:15:16 2002
19. Cell Biology: Re: On a cellular level, how do humans grow?, Jennifer Phillips, Grad student, Developmental Genetics/Biology, University of Oregon Wed Jan 9 15:55:09 2002
20. Genetics: Re: Do humans have two active DNA strands out of twelve?, Jennifer Phillips, Grad student, Developmental Genetics/Biology, University of Oregon Mon Aug 28 19:11:57 2000


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