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Jay Shah

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Science

Asked by Liam · 3 years ago

Is Astrology a science?

Astrology is considered a psuedoscience

Biology

Asked by Audrey · 3 years ago

What are the benefits of sexual reproduction compared to asexual reproduction?

In terms of benefits, it depends what you mean by benefits. Sexual reproduction produces far more genetic diversity amongst a population and broadens the gene pool so to speak. Therefore there is less chance that a disease or disaster would eradicate an entire population (if asexual production took place the entire population may be the same genetically) as per the principles of natural selection.... more

Biology

Asked by Audrey · 3 years ago

Why is placenta previa a concern?

It's a concern due to the fact the placenta has grown nearer to the cervical os and is misplaced. This can increase probability of obstetric complications (such as rupture of the placenta) and heavy bleeding that could endanger the life of the baby and the mother.

Biology

Asked by Micheal · 3 years ago

How does rough endoplasmic reticulum differ from smooth endoplasmic reticulum?

The rough endoplasmic reticulum has ribosomes on its surface owing to it's role in the synthesis of proteins. The smooth endoplasmic reticulum does not have ribosomes dotted around, hence the term 'smooth' used to describe it.

Biology

Asked by Heba · 3 years ago

Am I able to do a medical degree without an A-level in Biology?

Hi Heba. In theory, yes you can study a medical degree without A-level biology however I would strongly advise against it. You will find that well over 90% of students will have an A-level in Biology as knowing the human biology aspect of the syllabus will help you immensely when you start medical school. So in short, yes but this is not advised.

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Jay Shah

An experienced tutor currently employed by Tutor Doctor

342Students helped
5Questions answered
£25Per hour