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Proportions of a 3 meter (10 feet) tall digitigrade bipedal mammal
Proportions of a 3 meter (10 feet) tall digitigrade bipedal mammal
For a work i have to know how large the proportions of a 10 feet/3 meters tall bipedal mammal with digitigrade legs would be, i need the arms, legs and the masculine reproductive organ, taking as reference a human. sorry if it's a bit weird, but i thought this might be the best place to ask.  Face with Cold Sweat
Zoology and Botany   Arrestedsolid   253   Asked 2 years ago
Multituberculates in mammalian origin
Multituberculates in mammalian origin
The question is - Schematically represent the relationship of Multituberculata after Simpson in light of mammalian origin. This one has left even my teachers confused. Any help is welcome. Thank you
Zoology and Botany   vijay_vrs   488   Asked 2 years ago
What is a good book that describes climate variables for reptiles?
What is a good book that describes climate variables for reptiles?
Hi All,

First off, my background is not in biology, so I apologize in advanced for any annoying comment.
I'm actually trying to build a DIY terrarium to have at home and host a gecko or even a turtle. I saw a lot of projects filled with instructions (wikihow & instructables, for instance). The thing is I don't see any citations as to where they got the
Zoology and Botany   eecook   531   Asked 2 years ago
Iguana vs Snakes - References supporting innate knowledge of newborns
Iguana vs Snakes - References supporting innate knowledge of newborns
I guess most people by now have seen the BBC clip showing a hatched Galapagos marine iguana narrowly avoid becoming dinner for a swarm of racer snakes. Near the start of the clip it is implied by the narrator that the hatched iguana 'knows' not to produce vibrations that might be sensed by the snakes (I qualify the term 'know', because I realise that it might sim
Zoology and Botany   bluejay007   543   Asked 2 years ago
Are individuals in hives egoistic?
Are individuals in hives egoistic?
greetings,

i always had the impression that everything that people do is a result of egoism (a personal desire or need that has to be met). people would band together for personal gain. a social structure is only there to benefit from other people in some way (happiness out of friendship would be an emotional gain in this case and make people stick together for higher cha
Zoology and Botany   Kanzu7   353   Asked 2 years ago
How do you stain Ectomycorrizae?
How do you stain Ectomycorrizae?
Hey all,

I am doing research on fungal relationships in the north east united states. In order to properly continue my research, I am attempting to collect soil samples and stain ectomycorrhizae.
My questions are:
What is the most effective and easy stain to use? In what way can I use these stained slides to quantify the volume of ectomycorrhizae? To clarify, I
Zoology and Botany   itzhak   499   Asked 3 years ago
Hello, there. I need in biologist friends
Hello, there. I need in biologist friends
Hello! My name is Zhanna.  I am twenty. I am from Kazakhstan, Pavlodar. I study at the first course  of pedagigical university of my town. I  will be a teacher of biology and chemistry.  I have lectures on 3 language in education. These are english, kazakh and russian. I would like to improve my english skills and biological knoweleges, that's why I need in
Zoology and Botany   Zhanna   386   Asked 3 years ago
Crude sap vs elaborated sap
Crude sap vs elaborated sap
Name the conduction vessels for each type of sap and indicate which of the two vessels is made of living cells
Zoology and Botany   ehd123   1160   Asked 3 years ago
Do succulents still close their stomata during day time in office environment?
Do succulents still close their stomata during day time in office environment?
I found some pots with succulents wilted though I don't know how long they haven't been waterd.
But in natural habitats, they would get much less water than in the office.

I wonder if they still close the stomata under the light even when they are in way more optimal conditions like in office environment. Well, technically not too optimal since they are not
Zoology and Botany   HbLee   349   Asked 3 years ago
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