MadSci Search Results for Kurt Wollenberg

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1. Zoology: Re: I am incubating an egg w/something in it but not moving. , Kurt Wollenberg, Post Doc Genetics, North Carolina State University Sat Jul 24 17:21:55 1999
2. Zoology: Re: How much sugar should you put in a humming bird feeder?, Kurt Wollenberg, Post Doc Genetics, North Carolina State University Thu Mar 16 16:48:45 2000
3. Evolution: Re: Introns in mitochondria and the endosymbiotic theory, Kurt Wollenberg, Phylogenetics and Sequence Analysis Consultant Mon Dec 4 08:59:04 2006
4. Evolution: Re: Why do plants have more DNA but less genetic material than animals?, Kurt Wollenberg, Assistant Professor, Ophthalmology and Medicine Wed Aug 24 08:48:21 2005
5. Biochemistry: Re: What causes variation in protein structure?, Kurt Wollenberg, Assistant Professor, Ophthalmology and Medicine Thu Dec 30 11:56:26 2004
6. Zoology: Re: What bird creates artwork to impress a potential mate?, Kurt Wollenberg, Post Doc Genetics, North Carolina State University Tue Jun 13 10:27:28 2000
7. Genetics : RE: Genetic material, Kurt Wollenberg, Grad Student Genetics, University of Georgia Mon Mar 25 10:35:37 1996
8. General Biology: Re: Are vultures raptors? I.e. - is the dna categorization of birds valid?, Kurt Wollenberg, Assistant Professor, Ophthalmology and Medicine Fri Jan 5 10:51:32 2001
9. Zoology: Re: Is it true that hummingbirds ride on ocean liners to get to the south?, Kurt Wollenberg, Post Doc Genetics, North Carolina State University Fri Sep 24 08:31:16 1999
10. General Biology: Re: What exactly is the Genealogical Species Concept?, Kurt Wollenberg, Phylogenetics and Sequence Analysis Consultant Tue Oct 17 12:55:24 2006
11. Zoology: Re: How does a cuckoo know which bird species' egg her egg imitates?, Kurt Wollenberg, Phylogenetics and Sequence Analysis Consultant Mon May 5 12:35:30 2008
12. Zoology: Re: How can you tell the sex of a newly hatched chick? , Kurt Wollenberg, Post Doc Genetics, North Carolina State University Wed Jun 30 08:15:13 1999
13. Evolution: Re: Are animals in captivity evolving differently from wild counterparts? , Kurt Wollenberg, Post Doc Genetics, North Carolina State University Tue Oct 19 12:43:45 1999
14. Evolution: Re: Has molecular biology changed the nature of evolutionary thought?, Kurt Wollenberg, Post Doc Genetics, North Carolina State University Tue Nov 14 11:13:41 2000
15. Zoology: Re: Why can some birds fly and others can't?, Kurt Wollenberg, Post Doc Genetics, North Carolina State University Thu Jun 29 13:40:23 2000
16. Zoology: Re: Strange behavior for a cardinal, Kurt Wollenberg, Assistant Professor, Ophthalmology and Medicine Tue Mar 13 09:37:28 2001
17. Zoology: Re: how do male birds know when to wake up and sing in the morning?, Kurt Wollenberg, Assistant Professor, Ophthalmology and Medicine Wed Feb 7 10:42:04 2001
18. General Biology: Re: why do baby ducks follow their mothers?, Kurt Wollenberg, Post Doc Genetics, North Carolina State University Fri Dec 3 09:17:55 1999
19. General Biology: Re: Why are there no seagulls in Hawaii?, Kurt Wollenberg, Post Doc Genetics, North Carolina State University Thu Sep 30 11:58:09 1999
20. Evolution: Re: Do you think that the passenger pigeon could still be alive today?, Kurt Wollenberg, Post Doc Genetics, North Carolina State University Mon Dec 20 10:28:49 1999
21. Evolution: Re: is evolution truely random?, Kurt Wollenberg, Assistant Professor, Ophthalmology and Medicine Fri Feb 10 21:17:30 2006
22. Zoology: Re: What animal has the largest sperm?, Kurt Wollenberg, Post Doc Genetics, North Carolina State University Mon May 18 10:21:14 1998
23. Zoology: Re: What is evolutionary advantages of bird brood parasitism?, Kurt Wollenberg, Assistant Professor, Ophthalmology and Medicine Thu Oct 25 12:56:13 2001
24. Zoology: Re: How common are 2 albinos in a clutch of 3 blue and gold macaws?, Kurt Wollenberg, Post Doc Genetics, North Carolina State University Mon Aug 14 10:27:57 2000
25. Zoology: Re: How do I get rid of mourning doves from my bird feeder?, Kurt Wollenberg, Post Doc Genetics, North Carolina State University Wed Aug 9 13:36:23 2000


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