Did Dinosaurs Evolve into Birds
By: Sharmal Kelambi
I sometimes get quite surprised with some of these debates I find in Helium. About things you consider as actual fact, there you find a debate. It's no need of mentioning how frustrating some of these debates are. Where people come forward with all these...
By: Timothy Baroni
Apoptosis is a biological process which is often described as the process of "programmed cell death". The term is derived from the term from the medical term ptosis (n. Greek), meaning "weakening", "drooping", or "falling" (see Wikipedia). The prefix "apo-" in biology is often used...
By: Jonte Rhodes
Zebras contrary to popular belief aren't all black and white. Most of them in fact have a brownish tinge to their stripes, and the the shades of their colors vary dependent on where they natively come from as well. The stripes as we all know...
By: Jonte Rhodes
The vast majority of animals, and certainly all larger animals have red blood similar to our own. There are popular misconceptions about the color of animals blood that a lot of them have different colored blood to us. In reality this is only a very...
By: Perry McCarney
Migratory Behavior Between Land-based Denning Areas and Ice-based Hunting Ranges for Female Polar Bears (Ursus maritimus) in the Hudson Bay Region. The annual migratory cycle of female polar bears (Ursus maritimus) in the Hudson Bay region of North America, is driven by stimuli that trigger...
Did Dinosaurs Evolve into Birds
By: Joel Kontinen
It seems that dinosaurs have recently acquired many new neighbours. At the beginning of the year, science journals announced that beetles lived during the dinosaur era. Recently, we learned that platypuses were also existent at that time. Now we can add modern birds to the...
By: Malika Spellman
Stem Cell ResearchStem cell research is a topic that is widely discussed, and in fact debated for or against. Stem cells have a remarkable potential to develop into different cell types in the body. Serving as a type of repair system for the body, stem...
By: R.A. Scott
Extinctions happen all the time. They are happening at this very moment. Most of these are caused by a natural source, by that I mean without human intervention. There are some extinctions that are indeed caused by man. One of these extinctions in 1844 was...
Is the Human Race Evolving or Devolving
By: Elizabeth Yao
The human race is devolving due to the onset of technology and major advances in health science. The natural evolution laws proposed by Charles Darwin no longer apply today. Darwin proposed that 'survival of the fittest' was the major tenet of evolution. This is no...
By: Bethany Johnson - 394348
Making beer could never be accomplished without the help of yeast, the single celled fungi that exists almost everywhere. That delicious bubbly brew is formed by converting sugars and starches in the wort to anaerobic by products (namely alcohol and carbon dioxide) of yeast fermentation...

 

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