How did life on earth begin? How did it evolve over time? What were the first organisms like? The primordial soup model and the bubble model will be discussed.
http://psychesingularity.wordpress.com/2011/04/27/what-is-the-psychesingularity/ Biological explanations of behavior will fall into one of four categories: physiological, functional, ontogenetic, and evolutionary....
Different bugs are present on a corpse during each stage of its decomposition. Using facts known about these insects, information can be learned about the body they infest. General details are provided here on the five...
An Open Motor skill is a skill which is performed in an unstable environment, where the start point is determined by the environment. In other words, the performer of the skill is NOT the one who choses when the skill...
This is a biology article on Protists, such as Paramecium, Euglena, Amoebas, and more. Information as well as colorful photos are included. Designed for students or anyone wanting to learn more.
Parkinson's disease is caused by the death of brain cells that produce dopamine. Stem cell technology may provide a more effective treatment than current methods.
A Discrete Motor Skill is one which has a clear start and end point. An example of this is flicking a light switch, it is either on or off, from the picture on the right, you can see that in order to turn the switch on,...
In the olden days it was called cold-fire. When walking through the forest, our ancestors discovered glowing mushrooms on rotting wood. They called it ‘fox-fire’. They were fascinated by the fairy...
Earthworms, Leeches, and the beautiful Christmas tree worms are all in the phylum Annelida. This article talks about the characteristics of annelids, and provides colorful photos, videos, and info.
A listing of the branches of biology and their definitions, including many of the various sub-fields of zoology.
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