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Demarcus Briers

I am a Biology major at Prairie View A&M University . I am also a Spanish Language minor and Chemistry Minor. I currently design and program utilizing C++, CSS , Javascript, and PHP. When I graduate I intend on going to a graduate school where I will be able to incorporate computer science and biology. In the meantime I will be living and learning as a college student(the fun part).

Mendel’s Law of Segregation & Assortment Simplified

The most simple way of understanding the laws of segregation and independent assortment is to remember that inheritance of alleles are random. They do not care what other genes are passed along with them. I say random because...

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The Electron Transport Chain Steps Simplified

Electron Transport Chain

The electron transport chain is the final and most important step of cellular respiration. While Glycolysis and the Citric Acid Cycle make the necessary precursors, the electron transport chain is where a majority of the ATP is created.

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Find the Smallest Fraction like a TI calculator

Did you know the formula your TI calculator uses to find the most simple form of any fraction is based on an algorithm discovered around the year 300 BC. Much to my surprise it was a simple process known as Euclid's Algorithm.

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Free Krebs Cycle Backgrounds

If you are tired of your current background and want to learn passively as you type away on your computer everyday, then you might want to check out a series of backgrounds I created. You can download the ZIP file here.

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Pros and Cons of a Manned Mission to Mars

Much like the bold journey of Marco Polo and company to the unknown worlds of East Asia, NASA is set to embark upon a 21 month manned mission to the surface of Mars by 2030. With this in mind, there are two rationales that people seem to align with when discussing a manned mission to another planet like Mars.

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