Human Origins - Is Science Right?
One of the most popular kinds of website these days are those providing genealogy records. They help people searching for their ancestral roots. We are uncertain about who we are.
The Laryngologist
By specializing in a field of study, one focuses on his or her point of interest while being trained or educated. However, a specialty represents a niche, and that niche may be too small to support your making a living. This risk is borne by medical professionals who choose to specialize.
Kidney Stones
There is no denying the fact that the urinary system comprises of the kidneys, ureters, bladder, and urethra. The kidneys are two bean-shaped organs positioned beneath the ribs toward the middle of the back. The kidneys remove extra water and wastes from the blood, converting it to urine. They also... more »
Precursors Biohackers - Mr Gregor Mendel and Mr Robert Koch
Certainly, there will be people who dispute the idea of considering these two geniuses and current giants of science as ancient biohackers. However, when studying the techniques, methods, concepts, logic and methodologies for the performance of modern biohacking, it does not differ much from the... more »
The Bright Light of Biophotonics
The Biophotonics market is being driven by the rising demand for quality healthcare from all parts of the world. North America is the largest region that contributes to the Biophotonics Market and drives the advancements in optical technologies in the telecom and aerospace industries, which has... more »
Exploring Biology: DNA Replication and Structure
In molecular biology, DNA replication is the biological process of producing two identical replicas of DNA from one original DNA molecule. This process occurs in all living organisms and is the basis for biological inheritance. The cell possesses the distinctive property of division, which makes... more »
What Are Dominant And Recessive Traits?
The words dominant and recessive are terms used to describe inheritance patterns of certain characteristics. This is especially used in humans. Humans have two copies of each chromosome that come from the parents.
Biological Divinity
Deities in religion and myth live as the only beings able to maintain everlasting life. For the rest of existence, death is considered inevitable. Although avoidable outside forces account for the majority of fatalities, aging remains the only killer deemed inescapable.
Fundamental Sheep Biology Information
It is important to familiarize yourself with sheep biology and physiology if you aspire to raise a flock on your own. Learn the basics of sheep taxonomy, life expectancy, and more right here.
Do Animals Have Neurons In Their Tails?
Most mammals have neurons in their spinal column, stomach and other locals, not just in their brains. It would stand to reason that some animals with tails will have some neurons in their tails since the spinal cord is all connected to the back-bone and central nervous system. It would make sense... more »
Biology: Cellular Respiration
Cellular Respiration is made up of three stages. The first stage is glycolysis and the word glycolysis means the splitting of sugar. Then during this process a six-carbon molecule is broken in half.
What Is Mitosis?
Mitosis is a process which is a part of the cell cycle. It has four stages named prophase, metaphase, anaphase, and telophase. The result of this whole process is two daughter cells.
What Exactly Is DNA Made Up Of?
DNA. It is the secret hero to our very existence. It speaks about how DNA is formed and how it is used in the human body.
Some Human Anatomy And Physiology Facts You Must Know
Become a competent massage therapist today. Take up the right massage course and equip yourself with the right knowledge about the human anatomy and physiology.
ESP Between Mothers And Babies Has Been Well Documented - Can We Duplicate This For Others?
It turns out that mothers and their babies have some incredible communication skills, so incredible in fact, they seem like magic. You see, when a baby wants Mother's Milk but the mother isn't present, maybe across town shopping, the mom's breasts will start leaking and get ready for milking in... more »
The Future Of Human Cloning Cometh - Should We Prevent It?
Humans are making big progress in the bio-sciences and that's all well and good, however we've also opened Pandora's Box in a number of BioTech subsectors. Not long ago, our Think Tank was discussing the future of cloning, large cloned families, super families, cloned armies, human-like organisms... more »
Transsexual Children Confused by Body Image
A recent report on a Sydney TV station of a young girl who was born a boy should be a wake-up call to those wanting an explanation for why this happens. There are now so many cases of this world-wide that laws are changing in some countries to accommodate their needs. In Australia, for example,... more »
My Trip to the Galapagos Islands, A Creationist Perspective
When it comes to studying Biology, Evolution is a hot topic. Some feel that there are contradictions to personal belief in God. In regards to biodiversity and natural selection, the author argues there is still consistency with belief in God.
Flora - Bacteria and Viruses
Bacteria are single-cell organisms without the cell nucleus. Viruses are only nucleic acid molecules in a protein coat.They belong neither to the animals, which are multicellular organisms, nor to the plants, which always have a cell nucleus.
Photosynthesis - Food Chain
Almost all plants and animals need air, water, light, and nutrition to grow. Green plants use a complicated chemical process, called photosynthesis.