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  1. thanks for all your help so far!! by beef stock do you mean the stuff u buy as powder? or have to boil the beef bones to make broth? and im only 14 so im just trying to get any advice i can so i can just start off with simple things, as i am maybe thinking about a career in chemistry or biology, lab work. thanks for your help guys, keep it coming!! ryan
  2. Hi, I was wondering if the instructions on the following link are accurate and, if the beef stuff mentioned is just beef stock? Thanks very much! http://www.newton.dep.anl.gov/askasci/mole00/mole00270.htm Merged post follows: Consecutive posts mergedany help atall is very much appreciated!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  3. no! paracetemol is processed by the liver, incidently also the organ which is dealing with the large amount of alcohol in your blood stream. ibuprofen is a much better alternative as it is not processed by the liver. *this is not medical advice*
  4. oh ok, thanks very much! anything i can use other than agar? because i dont have any science shops near me btw sorry for the noob questions but i gotta start somewhere!
  5. well i read that you can also use gelatin? thats why im asking here, get advice before i do anything. and i would like to maybe try plant tissue culture or some different types of fungi/bacteria. nothing difficult, still learning Merged post follows: Consecutive posts mergedhas anyone made it with gelatin and what results did you get?
  6. hello, i am new here and i am wanting to make my own agar jelly, i have the 'recipe' of 1/4 cup boiling water, 1 teaspoon sugar, 1 teaspoon gelatin. i was wondering if this would work and if so, what i could grow? i appreciate any help you can offer! thanks ryan
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