MadSci Search Results for Matthew Eveland

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1. Genetics: Re: Nuclear DNA of pre-meiotic cells if use in cloning then?, Matthew Eveland, Undergraduate, molecular genetics,biology, pensacola junior college Fri May 3 15:19:23 2002
2. Cell Biology: Re: How often are all the cells in our bodies replaced?, Matthew Eveland, Undergraduate, molecular genetics,biology, pensacola junior college Tue Oct 17 12:15:32 2000
3. Genetics: Re: What new technologies in genetics might increase life expectancy by 100 yrs, Matthew Eveland, Undergraduate, molecular genetics,biology, pensacola junior college Mon Apr 15 12:19:20 2002
4. Genetics: Re: What physical traits are associated with the X chromosome?, Matthew Eveland, Undergraduate, molecular genetics,biology, pensacola junior college Wed Aug 8 19:50:46 2001
5. Other: Re: How can I test the question:Does age affect memory?, Matthew Eveland, Undergraduate, molecular genetics,biology, pensacola junior college Wed Nov 22 12:53:22 2000
6. Chemistry: Re: Why is manganese dioxide a good catalyst for hydrogen peroxide?, Matthew Eveland, Undergraduate, molecular genetics,biology, pensacola junior college Mon Oct 9 09:37:58 2000
7. Genetics: Re: If crossing over were to occur only in one sex, which sex should that be? , Matthew Eveland, Undergraduate, molecular genetics,biology, pensacola junior college Wed Mar 20 16:09:20 2002
8. General Biology: Re: What is your stand on the cloning of animals?, Matthew Eveland, Undergraduate, molecular genetics,biology, pensacola junior college Mon Nov 12 01:06:58 2001
9. Genetics: Re: Can a brown haird female and a blonde haird male have a brown harid baby?, Matthew Eveland, Undergraduate, molecular genetics,biology, pensacola junior college Fri Jun 15 02:09:33 2001
10. Genetics: Re: Can clones look different from the nuclear donor?, Matthew Eveland, Undergraduate, molecular genetics,biology, pensacola junior college Sat Dec 15 21:01:45 2001
11. Genetics: Re: Can one identical twin can roll their tongue and the other can't?, Matthew Eveland, Undergraduate, molecular genetics,biology, pensacola junior college Thu Mar 14 13:36:10 2002
12. Genetics: Re: Can you please tell me some information about Genetic Counciling? , Matthew Eveland, Undergraduate, molecular genetics,biology, pensacola junior college Tue May 14 10:58:33 2002
13. General Biology: Re: Will pulling out a white hair make more to grow ?, Matthew Eveland, Undergraduate, molecular genetics,biology, pensacola junior college Wed Nov 15 11:05:08 2000
14. Genetics: Nuclear DNA of pre-meiotic cells if use in cloning then?, Jose L. Reyes, grad (science) Tue Apr 30 00:47:42 2002
15. Genetics: Re: what is the mode of inheritance of curly hair?, Matthew Eveland, Undergraduate, molecular genetics,biology, pensacola junior college Mon Jul 23 01:23:48 2001
16. Chemistry: Re: How do I measure how much liquid is in a potato?, Matthew Eveland, Undergraduate, molecular genetics,biology, pensacola junior college Mon Nov 27 16:00:52 2000
17. Genetics: Re: What happens to the other X chromosome on women?, Matthew Eveland, Undergraduate, molecular genetics,biology, pensacola junior college Tue Feb 26 13:16:27 2002
18. Cell Biology: Re: How does residual body in lysosomes cause the cell to age?, Matthew Eveland, Undergraduate, molecular genetics,biology, pensacola junior college Sat Sep 8 03:24:12 2001
19. Chemistry: Re: What's the link b/t how active a metal is and where it is on the per. table, Matthew Eveland, Undergraduate, molecular genetics,biology, pensacola junior college Wed Nov 1 09:41:06 2000


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