NPK

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This is also a bit fishy...

He weighs fish

What field of science are you in and why?

I'm into microbiology and infectious diseases. I think this one of the most important areas to study' date=' because so many innocent people sucumb to terrible, potentially curable diseases. Also, there's a lot of funding in these areas now. hehe/

Right now, I'm doing work on urinary tract infections, and mechanisms that are invovled with the infection process in E. coli[/quote']

Microbiology for me too. Pretty much for the same reasons as ecoli here.

I'll also be working on urinary tract infections, caused by Staphylococcus saprophyticus, more specifically putative novel adhesins.

Non research Careers for Micro

Pathologist - specialising in microbiology

What is the next number in this pattern?

how do you make spoilers?

you flank the words you want hidden with [ hide ] and [ /hide ], taking out the spaces.

Number pattern puzzle

Correct! well done

Number pattern puzzle

another hint

[hide]think of prime numbers[/hide]

Number pattern puzzle

Noone is having a go?

Hint:

[hide]there are 2 patterns[/hide]

Number pattern puzzle

10,1,21,12,34,43,51,15,70,7, ?

Optimal Toilet Flush Rate

What about when females pee and leave toilet paper in the bowl? Do you flush that or leave it to conserve water?

9 again?

Yep!

What is the next number in this pattern?

X = 24 ?

Nope.

Big hint:

[hide]oNe tWo tHree fOur fIve ...[/hide]

What is the next number in this pattern?

Hint:

[hide]It incorporates both numbers and the alphabet[/hide]

24 ?

No

What is the next number in this pattern?

7? ..............

No.

I'll give a hint if the next few guesses are incorrect.

What is the next number in this pattern?

14, 23, 8, 15, 9, X

X = ?

antivirus?

We have a number of anti-virals...eg. acyclovir (Zovirax) for HHV1; tamiflu and relenza for influenza viruses. As Dak said, these are specific drugs rather than general viral drugs (there are many types of viruses with different nucleic acid types, genes and structures).

Four 4s ongoing challange!

(√√√(√4/.4)^4!) - √4 = 123

or

44/.4' + 4! = 123 (.4' = .4 recurring)

Four 4s ongoing challange!

(√4 / .4)! + 4 - 4 = 120

(44/4)^ √4 = 121

(√4 / .4)! + 4 - √4 = 122

I think I have figured a cure to HIV.

How would you create the enzyme?

Whos Smart enough to figure out this?

lets see who can work this out' date=' 0= space too.

8,44,444,7777,0,444,7777,0,2,0,8,99,8,0,6,7777,6.

its really quite simple [/quote']

this is a txt msm

12,1,1,1,2,1

Ya. I think it is a old joke and you get a good laugh.

This is a easy one.....

"How can you divide a cake into 8 EQUAL parts with just three slices?"

Cake is a normal cylinderical cake.

Slice it in half from the side (ie. so you now have a top half and a bottom half)

Keep the halves together, and cut the cake into quarters (2 cuts) as usual = 8 slices

hope that makes sense!

Questions re: Jurassic Park

Just watched Jurassic Park again on TV....and have some questions for the dinosaur lovers here.

1. How do they know that Tyrannosaurus rex can only see movement (ie. if you stood completely still they could not see you)

2. How do they know veloci raptors (sp?) hunt from side-on in groups?

Or are there just things made up by the movie makers?

Cool Facts

Bacteria and other intestinal microbes may consititue up to 50% of the mass of fecal material.

Only if you have a diarrhoeal infection!

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