Subject: How come that vultures can resist dangerous toxins when feeding on carcass
Date: Mon Aug 21 16:22:12 2000
Posted by marcel van ommeren
Grade level: grad (science)
School: broeckland college
City: breukelen State/Province: No state entered.
Country: The Netherlands
Area of science: Biochemistry
Vultures seem to eat animals that where killed by infectious bacteria and
virussus. How is it possible that vultures can cope with toxins that these
microbes leave behind, e.g. botoline?
Thanks for this great service-site!
Re: How come that vultures can resist dangerous toxins when feeding on carcass
Current Queue |
Current Queue for Biochemistry |
Try the links in the MadSci Library for more information on Biochemistry.
MadSci Home | Information |
Random Knowledge Generator |
MadSci Archives |
Mad Library | MAD Labs |
MAD FAQs |
Ask a ? |
Join Us! |
Help Support MadSci
© 1995-2000. All rights reserved.