MadSci Search Results for Thomas M. Greiner

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1. Anatomy: Re: Is it possible to isolate pinky finger movement?, Thomas M. Greiner, Assistant Professor of Anatomy Wed May 21 12:39:16 2008
2. Anatomy: Re: What are the similarities between the epidermis and dermis?, Thomas M. Greiner, Assistant Professor of Anatomy Mon Oct 23 10:52:14 2006
3. Anatomy: Re: Number of cells in an adult human, Thomas M. Greiner, Assistant Professor of Anatomy / Physical Anthropology, New York Chiropractic College Fri Mar 6 14:50:27 1998
4. Evolution: Re: what do researchers know about the earliest period of homosapiens appearenc, Thomas M. Greiner, Assistant Professor of Anatomy Fri Mar 11 15:43:43 2005
5. Engineering: Re: 180 pound Man= Generates how many watts or BTU`s to keep alive?, Thomas M. Greiner, Assistant Professor of Anatomy / Physical Anthropology, New York Chiropractic College Mon Dec 14 10:09:44 1998
6. Evolution: Re: Will there always be dinosaur bones left to dig up?, Thomas M. Greiner, Assistant Professor of Anatomy / Physical Anthropology Wed Jul 26 09:27:36 2000
7. General Biology: Re: Do the length of our fingers affect our height in anyway?, Thomas M. Greiner, Associate Professor of Anatomy / Physical Anthropology Fri Dec 6 10:34:33 2002
8. Zoology: Re: Do all mammals have the same number of vertebrae?, Thomas M. Greiner, Assistant Professor of Anatomy / Physical Anthropology, New York Chiropractic College Fri Jul 9 15:38:46 1999
9. Anatomy: Re: If I bend my pinky, why does my ring finger bend too?, Thomas M. Greiner, Assistant Professor of Anatomy Wed May 25 10:16:17 2005
10. Anatomy: Re: what was the appendix used for?, Thomas M. Greiner, faculty, Anatomy / Physical Anthropology, New York Chiropractic College Thu Feb 12 09:59:06 1998
11. Biophysics: Re: How to get a 1000lb robot 10 feet into the air, Thomas M. Greiner, Assistant Professor of Anatomy Fri Jan 20 14:40:27 2006
12. Earth Sciences: Re: Is gravity the same now as it was when dinosaurs were around?, Thomas M. Greiner, Associate Professor of Anatomy / Physical Anthropology Thu Nov 15 14:32:27 2001
13. Medicine: Re: How are white people's and black people's connective tissues different'?, Thomas M. Greiner, Assistant Professor of Anatomy Thu Feb 21 13:13:05 2008
14. Evolution: Re: I'm having trouble finding info on the coevolution of bats , Thomas M. Greiner, Assistant Professor of Anatomy / Physical Anthropology, New York Chiropractic College Mon Dec 21 12:46:05 1998
15. Anatomy: Re: What's the role of the intrinsic and extrinsic muscles of the tongue w, Thomas M. Greiner, Assistant Professor of Anatomy Mon Aug 29 10:16:38 2005
16. Anatomy: Re: what's the differance between the compositon of chicken bone and human bone, Thomas M. Greiner, Assistant Professor of Anatomy Thu Dec 8 14:40:15 2005
17. Evolution: Re: Did evolution welded pre-molar into molar teeth?, Thomas M. Greiner, Assistant Professor of Anatomy Tue Sep 16 11:35:53 2008
18. General Biology: Re: Acid in the stomach, Thomas M. Greiner, Assistant Professor of Anatomy Wed Nov 30 12:45:49 2005
19. Zoology: Re: Why are cats so flexible in the body?, Thomas M. Greiner, Assistant Professor of Anatomy / Physical Anthropology Tue Aug 8 11:36:21 2000
20. Medicine: Re: goosbumps on face can happen!, Neil Saunders, Statistical bioinformatician Sun Oct 25 20:26:40 2009
21. Other: Re: Are humans Vegetarians or Omnivores?, Thomas M. Greiner, Assistant Professor of Anatomy / Physical Anthropology Tue May 23 14:18:31 2000
22. Zoology: Re: Why don't female deer grow antlers?, Thomas M. Greiner, Assistant Professor of Anatomy / Physical Anthropology Thu Mar 15 10:35:18 2001
23. Zoology: Re: Do newborn non-human mammals cry when air initially enters their lungs?, Thomas M. Greiner, Assistant Professor of Anatomy Fri Aug 3 15:35:10 2007
24. Zoology: Re: Which is the best figher? The gray wolf, rottweiler, or the spotted hyena? , Thomas M. Greiner, Assistant Professor of Anatomy / Physical Anthropology, New York Chiropractic College Thu Oct 14 08:59:47 1999
25. Development: Re: How do cells 'know' how to form a blastula?, Thomas M. Greiner, Assistant Professor of Anatomy Thu Mar 2 14:04:25 2006


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