MadSci Search Results for Norm Parker

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1. Biochemistry: Re: why do we wake up earlier after a night on the booze?, Michael Parker, Research Chemist Mon Mar 5 10:49:53 2001
2. Neuroscience: Re: Do certain foods cause depression (passiveness)?, Michael Parker, Research Chemist Wed May 9 09:49:32 2001
3. Chemistry: Re: I'm told that Peach pits and almonds contain cyanide. Is it harmful to eat , Noah Raizman, Faculty, Math, Science, and Technology, Francis W. Parker Charter Essential School Mon Nov 13 21:43:11 2000
4. Engineering: Re: does the heat of an engine effect the shifting of a transmission?, Norm Parker, Grad student, Mechanical Engineering, Oakland University Mon Dec 5 08:21:29 2005
5. Medicine: Re: What are anticardiolipin and antiphospholipin blood tests? What is it used , Noah Raizman, Faculty, Math, Science, and Technology, Francis W. Parker Charter Essential School Mon Jun 12 11:32:39 2000
6. Neuroscience: Re: saxitoxin, why action potential in sensory fibre of normal duration, Michael Parker, Research Chemist Mon Feb 12 11:38:51 2001
7. Physics: Re: If a large balloon floated stationary 80km (50m) above the Earth's surface , Norman L. Parker, Undergraduate, Engineering Science, University of Michigan Tue May 25 14:07:44 1999
8. Neuroscience: Re: What is Huperzine A?, Michael Parker, Research Chemist Wed Oct 10 14:36:05 2001
9. Earth Sciences: Is it possible that plate techtonics and dinosaur extinction are related?, Norman Parker, undergrad Tue May 25 10:17:37 1999
10. Other: Re: What happens if a 'killer sperm' fertilizes an ovum, Steve Mack, Assistant Staff Scientist, Molecular and Cell Biology Thu May 7 09:58:37 2009
11. Physics: Re: What makes a pinball go in different directions launched at the same streng, Norman L. Parker, Undergraduate, Engineering Science, University of Michigan Wed Jun 9 13:25:10 1999
12. Neuroscience: Re: A few questions about memory, Noah Raizman, Faculty, Math, Science, and Technology, Francis W. Parker Charter Essential School Sun Apr 30 20:21:57 2000
13. Neuroscience: Can I dream less?, Norm Parker, undergrad Sat Jul 3 12:25:44 1999
14. Engineering: Re: please tell me how to figure the force applied from an 1800lb. weight , Matthew Frye, Mathematician, Development & Engineering, Asilomar Technologies, Inc Mon May 24 07:55:08 1999
15. Medicine: Re: How does acetaminophen work differently from asprin to relieve pain?, Michael Parker, Research Chemist Mon Feb 19 11:44:05 2001
16. Genetics: female mice have litters half as large as normal when carrying gene G6PD, joanne parker, undergrad Thu Apr 27 07:48:12 2000
17. Biochemistry: Re: please help with TLC for beauvericin, Michael Parker, Research Chemist Tue May 30 04:24:16 2006
18. Anatomy : Re: What amount of mucus does the average person produce daily?, Scott Dietert, M.D. Pathology/Anatomy, retired Mon Feb 24 21:31:08 1997
19. Astronomy: Dark matter and distant galaxies, Ray, grad (non-science) Wed Mar 11 21:50:54 1998
20. Medicine: Re: What is a cardiolipid test?, Mike Crawford, Postdoctoral Fellow, Biology Thu Jun 15 00:59:27 2000
21. Zoology: How can ants live underwater?, Jesse, undergrad Thu Jun 24 13:03:12 2004
22. Neuroscience: Re: what are the side effects, if any from aluminum chlorohydrate?, Michael Parker, Research Chemist Fri Oct 24 13:18:20 2003
23. Neuroscience: Re: What is the difference between proteins that cause Alzheimers and prions?, Michael Parker, Research Chemist Mon Apr 23 11:00:09 2001


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