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About your-angel

  • Rank
    Lepton
  • Birthday 09/22/1991

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  • Location
    Millbrook, New York
  • Interests
    Writing, playing piano, and since this is a science forum I won't get laughed at for this...being in the lab learning Biology or Chemistry.
  • College Major/Degree
    Franklin Pierce University
  • Favorite Area of Science
    Biology/Chemistry (Major and minor)
  • Biography
    I love Science, and am affectionately know by my family and friends as the science nerd of the family.
  • Occupation
    Biology Lab Assistant
  1. Hello all: I have to do a five to seven page paper on the differences between men and women in Science. Any one have any ideas?
  2. WOW!!! I can't believe I missed that!! Thank you for pointing that out. Yes, Meiosis does not produce genetically identical cells. My bad!!
  3. Hey, Mitosis is basically this: the process in which a sell divides into two, creating two genetically identical cells via the processes of prophase, metaphase, anaphase, telaphase and cytokineses. Meiosis however, form gametes or sex cells (egg and sperm). Instead of having two identical cells, you have four genetically identical cells. Again, the phases are prophase, metaphase, anaphase, telaphase/ cytokineses. The only other difference between mitosis and meiosis is the fact that meiosis has additional steps. Prophase II, Metaphase II, anaphase II, and telephase/ cytokineses II. Hope that helps!!
  4. Oh alright, thanks!! Oh well that's true, I could always post questions on here! I have heard Organic involves a lot of nuclear chem, is this true?
  5. Hello all. I am taking Organic Chem in my next semester of college. I'm really nervous, I have heard from people that Organic is really hard. Any inside information I should know before the class starts?
  6. Hi, I'm your-angel and I'm new. I'm currently a Science Major at Franklin Pierce University.
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