MadSci Search Results for Mark Woelfle

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1. Genetics: Re: What are different ways to clone animals and plants??, Mark Woelfle, Faculty, Molecular Biology, Vanderbilt University Mon Nov 13 17:30:41 2000
2. Zoology: Re: Can I breed my younger female to a second generation male?, Mark Woelfle, Faculty, Molecular Biology, Vanderbilt University Fri Apr 14 16:32:34 2000
3. Genetics: Re: Barr body chromosome selection, Mark Woelfle, Faculty, Molecular Biology, Vanderbilt University Thu May 15 13:55:39 2003
4. Genetics: Re: Could radiation really result in a mutation as incredible as 'Godzilla'?, Mark Woelfle, Faculty, Molecular Biology, Vanderbilt University Wed Sep 9 10:50:26 1998
5. Botany: Re: What are some things I can add to water to promote algae growth?, Mark Woelfle, Faculty, Molecular Biology, Vanderbilt University Thu Jan 6 16:51:29 2000
6. Genetics: Re: Junk DNA and our evolution, Mark Woelfle, Faculty, Molecular Biology, Vanderbilt University Mon Mar 6 12:28:54 2000
7. Genetics: Re: what is the probability that both my parents have purebred alleles.., Mark Woelfle, Faculty, Molecular Biology, Vanderbilt University Fri Jan 12 17:39:52 2001
8. Molecular Biology: Re: How can we verify that computationally obtained sequences are promoters?, Mark Woelfle, Faculty, Molecular Biology, Vanderbilt University Mon Jun 6 10:16:37 2005
9. Genetics: Re: How do non- disjunctional chromosome mutations occur?, Mark Woelfle, Faculty, Molecular Biology, Vanderbilt University Thu Apr 22 20:22:28 1999
10. Genetics: Re: Could DNA from ancient bones be combined with ours 2 create hybrid lifeform, Mark Woelfle, Faculty, Molecular Biology, Vanderbilt University Fri Jul 21 16:57:11 2000
11. Genetics: Re: Is the DNA different in each individual sperm/egg?, Mark Woelfle, Faculty, Molecular Biology, Vanderbilt University Thu Sep 2 10:22:19 1999
12. Genetics: Re: What are the causes of Down's syndrome?, Mark Woelfle, Faculty, Molecular Biology, Vanderbilt University Thu Jun 29 16:25:45 2000
13. Genetics: Re: Why doesn't crossing over occur in the male germ cells of Drosophila melanogaster?, Mark Woelfle, Faculty, Molecular Biology, Vanderbilt University Mon May 15 13:37:10 2000
14. Cell Biology: Re: some questions about stem cells..., Mark Woelfle, Faculty, Molecular Biology, Vanderbilt University Tue Jan 14 12:09:36 2003
15. Genetics: Re: In a cell, are the X and Y chromosomes considered homologous chromosomes?, Mark Woelfle, Faculty, Molecular Biology, Vanderbilt University Wed Oct 7 09:04:53 1998
16. Microbiology: Re: Should the electromagnetic fields make (eremosphaera) algae cells grow/not?, Mark Woelfle, Faculty, Molecular Biology, Vanderbilt University Wed Feb 24 10:35:11 1999
17. Genetics: Re: How is the genetic diference between two closly related species evaluate, Mark Woelfle, Faculty, Molecular Biology, Vanderbilt University Wed Nov 24 12:19:31 1999
18. Molecular Biology: Re: After transcription takes place, what happens to the introns that were , Mark Woelfle, Faculty, Molecular Biology, Vanderbilt University Thu Apr 8 12:38:41 1999
19. Genetics: Re: What does heritability mean in words that a lay person can understand., Mark Woelfle, Faculty, Molecular Biology, Vanderbilt University Fri May 5 16:11:14 2000
20. Genetics: Re: Do all animals have X/Y chromosomes?, Mark Woelfle, Faculty, Molecular Biology, Vanderbilt University Fri Mar 2 16:29:58 2001
21. Genetics: Re: On Genetic Transformation, Mark Woelfle, Faculty, Molecular Biology, Vanderbilt University Mon Jan 4 11:16:52 1999
22. General Biology: Re: Is genetic engineering a good career option?, Mark Woelfle, Faculty, Molecular Biology, Vanderbilt University Tue Jun 5 11:25:24 2001
23. Microbiology: Re: Why are bacterial genes and plasmids in a closed loop?, Mark Woelfle, Faculty, Molecular Biology, Vanderbilt University Thu Mar 22 10:27:43 2001
24. Genetics: Re: What is purebred and how it deals with genetics for eyes..more info below , Mark Woelfle, Faculty, Molecular Biology, Vanderbilt University Thu May 25 17:25:13 2000
25. Genetics: Re: What's the proper name/term for genetic abberation after birth?, Mark Woelfle, Faculty, Molecular Biology, Vanderbilt University Mon Jan 28 11:33:30 2002


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