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forgottenwinterfrost:

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ipoog:

daily reminder to click a button so you can give free food to a shelter!!

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if every one of my followers did this, we could give more than 85 meals to less-fortunate animals. for free.

AH HHA ITS BACK YES PLEASE IT TAKES A SECOND OF YOUR TIME AND A LIFE OF AN ANIMAL

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swirish:

Images of the week:

  1. Breast cancer cell
  2. Gonorrhoea bacteria 
  3. E.coli biofilm
  4. Neuron
  5. Mitochondria
  6. Chromosomes

ohscience:

Some say that the maned wolf’s long legs are an adaptation to running around in long grass.
(via Maned Wolf)

ohscience:

Some say that the maned wolf’s long legs are an adaptation to running around in long grass.   
(via Maned Wolf)

ohscience:

Some say that the maned wolf’s long legs are an adaptation to running around in long grass.
(via Maned Wolf)

robbrownaswood:

In sea turtles, gender is determined by the temperature of the sand on the nesting beaches, with cool beaches producing more males and warm beaches more females.

no way

atelierentomologica:

Frances Brown, Moths on Green, 2012

atelierentomologica:

Frances Brown, Moths on Green, 2012

atelierentomologica:

Frances Brown, Moths on Green, 2012

whatanicelittlesucculent:

Six month old Anacampseros seedlings are still pretty small, but are very distinct from the other seeds that I started at the same time. I’m still proud of my re-use of old keurig cups to act as pots.

whatanicelittlesucculent:

Six month old Anacampseros seedlings are still pretty small, but are very distinct from the other seeds that I started at the same time. I’m still proud of my re-use of old keurig cups to act as pots.

atelierentomologica:

Insect biology chart, French, 1962

atelierentomologica:

Insect biology chart, French, 1962

atelierentomologica:

Insect biology chart, French, 1962

skeptv:

Phases of Mitosis

Paul Andersen explains the importance of mitosis and details the major steps in the cell cycle. He explains the importance of Interphase, Prophase, Prometaphase, Metaphase, Anaphase, Telophases, and Cytokinesis.

via Bozeman Science.


skeptv:

Phases of Mitosis

Paul Andersen explains the importance of mitosis and details the major steps in the cell cycle. He explains the importance of Interphase, Prophase, Prometaphase, Metaphase, Anaphase, Telophases, and Cytokinesis.

via Bozeman Science.


❝Women can’t urinate when they have a tampon in their vagina.❞
— Freshman Biology Major

currentsinbiology:

Sperm RNA carries marks of trauma (Nature News)

Trauma’s impact comes partly from social factors, such as its influence on how parents interact with their children. But stress also leaves ‘epigenetic marks’ — chemical changes that affect how DNA is expressed without altering its sequence. A study published this week in Nature Neuroscience finds that stress in early life alters the production of small RNAs, called microRNAs, in the sperm of mice (K. Gapp et al. Nature Neurosci. http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/nn.3695; 2014). The mice show depressive behaviours that persist in their progeny, which also show glitches in metabolism.

 A number of sperm trying to fertilise an egg.

currentsinbiology:

Sperm RNA carries marks of trauma (Nature News)
Trauma’s impact comes partly from social factors, such as its influence on how parents interact with their children. But stress also leaves ‘epigenetic marks’ — chemical changes that affect how DNA is expressed without altering its sequence. A study published this week in Nature Neuroscience finds that stress in early life alters the production of small RNAs, called microRNAs, in the sperm of mice (K. Gapp et al. Nature Neurosci. http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/nn.3695; 2014). The mice show depressive behaviours that persist in their progeny, which also show glitches in metabolism.
 A number of sperm trying to fertilise an egg.

currentsinbiology:

Sperm RNA carries marks of trauma (Nature News)

Trauma’s impact comes partly from social factors, such as its influence on how parents interact with their children. But stress also leaves ‘epigenetic marks’ — chemical changes that affect how DNA is expressed without altering its sequence. A study published this week in Nature Neuroscience finds that stress in early life alters the production of small RNAs, called microRNAs, in the sperm of mice (K. Gapp et al. Nature Neurosci. http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/nn.3695; 2014). The mice show depressive behaviours that persist in their progeny, which also show glitches in metabolism.

 A number of sperm trying to fertilise an egg.

cleanbodyfreshstart:

my chocolate wants you to love your insides, please remember to listen to chocolate

raw | vegan | organic | handmade
60% cacao, cinnamon

cleanbodyfreshstart:

my chocolate wants you to love your insides, please remember to listen to chocolate 

raw | vegan | organic | handmade 
60% cacao, cinnamon

cleanbodyfreshstart:

my chocolate wants you to love your insides, please remember to listen to chocolate

raw | vegan | organic | handmade
60% cacao, cinnamon

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fancycannibal:

i was watching hell’s kitchen and someone dropped a fish and then this happened

fancycannibal:

i was watching hell’s kitchen and someone dropped a fish and then this happened