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Genesis #20: Inappropriate Fellowship

Genesis #20: Inappropriate Fellowship
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The History of DNA Barcoding

The History of DNA Barcoding

DNA barcoding really started in two thousand three and it started with Canadian scientist Paul Hebert at University of Guelph, wrote a paper saying that we could use short DNA sequences from a certain region, a standardized region…

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15. Human Sexual Behavior I

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[MUSIC PLAYING] Stanford University. Is this on? Yes. Well, congratulations. Everybody has survived the midterm including the TAs so far, who recently have been let out of their entombment with thousands of pages of exam pages. So those…

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The Biology of Business

The Biology of Business

Long ago, humans realized that living things are made of cells. Moving, replicating, blobs of water, which, when arranged just right, produce a bigger blob that moves, and replicates, and makes YouTube videos. And then a biologist boarded…

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IMPC Overview

IMPC Overview

Maria has discovered evidence that a particular gene may contribute to a disease in her research patients, but what does that gene normally do? If it’s like most genes its role is probably not very well understood Maria…

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