I’ve just finished my first short documentary on the disastrous effects of a deadly disease on the historic olive trees in Puglia, Italy. Here is the film if you’d like to watch it.
/r/biologyI could watch DIC microscopy all day
/r/biologyCan Microbes See Without Eyes? - Journey To The Microcosmos
/r/biologyPlankton Snails have relatively soluble shells, but still managed to survive global warming and ocean acidification.
/r/biologyClassical Pathway- Complement system
/r/biologyLIFE BEYOND II: The Museum of Alien Life (4K)
/r/biologyNobel Prize in chemistry awarded for ‘gene scissors’
/r/biologyIf the Pandemic Thinking Was Applied to Everything
/r/biologyEarthship in New Mexico
/r/biologyHammerhead Worms- Interesting And Unusual Planarians. They have amazing ability to regenerate missing body parts. If they are cut into pieces, each piece generally regenerates tissue and becomes a complete organism.
/r/biologyThe tip of the chameleon's tongue is a ball of muscle, and once it hits prey, that ball transforms into a suction cup.
/r/biologyHey team! Do you like time lapses of plants growing? Are your seeds taking ages to emerge? I have a video for you, any feedback much appreciated! Chur
/r/biologyThis is the parasitic isopod Cymothoa exigua. It swims into a fish's gills and then grows by sucking the blood of the fish's tongue. Once it has drained the tongue of blood, it replaces the tongue with its body! Happy Spooktober!
/r/biologyEnglish grammar || Modals in english or hindi || for all classes
/r/biologyDid you know there are more tigers living captive in america than there are tigers living in the wild?
/r/biologyGet my biology teachers YouTube channel to 100k. LETS DO THIS
/r/biologyThis may be one of the smallest species of jelly in the world, but it's also one of the most powerful.
/r/biologyPCR! We need a new version that's about coronavirus PCR testing.
/r/biologyHey guys! I just spend my last days collecting all COVID-19 Vaccine news! Enjoy!
/r/biologyColombia is home to the largest population of wild hippos outside of Africa - a legacy of the past of Pablo Escobar...
/r/biologyThe flying fish actually don’t have the ability to fly like a birds, but they jumped up and glide through the air for short distances. The main reason for this behavior is believed to be to escape from predators.
/r/biologyQUIZ: Organization of Genes and Chromosomes | Cell Biology Quiz | CSIR N...
/r/biologythe peculiarities of fish without hemoglobin and how this defies the notion that all vertebrates have red blood cells
/r/biologyDNA as genetic material
/r/biologyHow long can a beaked whale dive for?
/r/biologyThis is What the Human Animal looks like in it's Natural Habitat: BBC Tribe Complete Series, Unaired in the US
/r/biologyTEDx talk on Pollinator Paths in Cities
/r/biologyImportance of Wearing a Mask
/r/biologyClam dodging a cone snail
/r/biologyBecause they are easy to catch, and because their scales are bought at high prices for medicine and fashion, poachers thrive on illegal pangolin trade all throughout the world.