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DNA mapping yourself will tell you a lot you didn't even know. DNA is responsible for your entire being, from your height, to hair color, eyes, and your likelihood of developing diseases.

Giardiasis is the most frequently diagnosed intestinal parasitic disease in the United States and among travelers with chronic diarrhea. Signs and symptoms may vary and can last for 1 to 2 weeks or longer. In some cases, people infected with Giardia have no symptoms.

Giardiasis is the most frequently diagnosed intestinal parasitic disease in the United States and among travelers with chronic diarrhea. Look at those smiley faces

Trichomonas vaginalis

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Biology Pictures: Septate and Coenocytic Hypha

Biology Pictures: Septate and Coenocytic Hypha

CLADOGRAM= prokaryote cladograms are based on rRNA sequence information

CLADOGRAM= prokaryote cladograms are based on rRNA sequence information

DICHOTOMOUS KEYS= series of paired statements worded so that only one of two “either/or” choices applies to any particular organism

DICHOTOMOUS KEYS= series of paired statements worded so that only one of two “either/or” choices applies to any particular organism

These terrible jokes written by kids are accidentally hilarious. | Kids Jokes | Happy Place

These terrible jokes written by kids are accidentally hilarious. | Kids Jokes | Happy Place

Connective Tissue Tree

Connective Tissue Tree

tryoanosoma cruzi Symptoms: fever,weakness, and enlarged spleen, liver, and lymph nodes treatment: nifurtimox Found 8/7/16 flickr.com

tryoanosoma cruzi Symptoms: fever,weakness, and enlarged spleen, liver, and lymph nodes treatment: nifurtimox Found 8/7/16 flickr.com

MICROBIOLOGY : MICROBIAL INFECTIONS OF HUMANS(HUMAN MICROBIOLOGY ...

MICROBIOLOGY : MICROBIAL INFECTIONS OF HUMANS(HUMAN MICROBIOLOGY ...

Simple yet correct.

Understanding Genetics - article about how DNA recombines each generation. Great CCSS informational text for Biology class.

TAXONOMIC GROUPING

TAXONOMIC GROUPING