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  • Pollinator | Biology Online Blog
    of 2014 and the cold spring that occurred First I would like to refer to this term that has been used this season called hellip Continue reading Posted in Aerobiology Tagged Fungal spores Mold Pollen Pollen Vortex Pollinator Season 7 Comments Where is spring and the pollen allergy season Posted on April 10 2014 by biology online We hear it all the time When will winter be over Well not

    Original URL path: http://www.biology-online.org/blog/?tag=pollinator (2016-02-17)
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  • 5 Unexpected Activities that Release Endorphin | Biology Online Blog
    mood and makes you happier This is the reason why happiness and laughter is associated with alcohol drinking However make sure that you do not overdrink The good effects of endorphin will be outweighed by the bad effects of overconsumption of alcohol not to mention the hangover that follows the morning after 2 Gambling Who would have thought that playing Online Roulette at online casino arabic com releases the happy drug into your body No it s not the roulette wheel blackjack cards or even the slot machines lights that convince a person to sit for hours betting and turning the dice Endorphins are released on your brain when it is on overdrive Gambling especially the games that have a social aspect to them such as poker generate excitement and anticipation for winning Your brain copes up with the heat by releasing endorphins 3 Taking a Selfie Ever wondered what makes selfie so popular among teenagers You guessed it right endorphins We humans love to be praised and admired and there s no better person to give that praise to than ourselves There is a good feeling when we look at our own photos That good feeling signals the brain to release more endorphins making the experience better So if seeing selfies of other people are not your thing then you may need to ponder on the thought that the trend may not go off anytime soon and it is endorphin s fault 4 Using the Social Media No man is an island A very old and true statement No wonder social media sites are booming right now It feeds our inner desire of socializing without the need to go out or physically engage with each other Reading a cute love story on Facebook makes you smile Having your tweet

    Original URL path: http://www.biology-online.org/blog/?p=551 (2016-02-17)
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  • biology-online | Biology Online Blog
    Posted on November 13 2013 by biology online Biology Online would like to provide an update regarding our interaction with Dr Danielle Lee otherwise known as The Urban Scientist or DNLee Continue reading Posted in Other Leave a comment An Introduction to Aeroallergens Posted on September 17 2013 by biology online The reproductive phases of plants and fungi are one of the most important parts of their life cycle and just as each have their growing seasons so too do they have a reproductive season Continue reading Posted in Aerobiology Tagged aeroallergens Leave a comment Why Are There So Many Kinds of Plants Posted on September 11 2013 by biology online Estimates vary but there are about 300 000 named species of plants with more being discovered daily There may ultimately be as many as Continue reading Posted in Botany Tagged Plants Leave a comment The Real Causes of Obesity Posted on September 3 2013 by biology online Obesity is a big public health problem Currently about two thirds of American adults are either overweight or obese Continue reading Posted in Research Comments Off on The Real Causes of Obesity Aerobiology and Allergies Posted on September 1 2013 by biology online Asthma and allergies are becoming more and more prominent in society and outdoor allergens like ragweed and birch take their toll on the economy and those who have to deal with them Continue reading Posted in Technology Comments Off on Aerobiology and Allergies Nuts About Nudibranchs Posted on August 18 2013 by biology online Welcome to guest blogger marine biologist Sam Craven from Mad As A Marine Biologist As a marine biologist and a diver I feel incredibly privileged to have seen many of the delightful examples of life that the most biodiverse ecosystem hellip Continue reading Posted in

    Original URL path: http://www.biology-online.org/blog/?author=3 (2016-02-17)
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  • Bacteriology | Biology Online Blog
    released by our bodies This chemical which is secreted by our brains is responsible for helping us relieves stress anxiety and allows us to have higher tolerance for pain Sometimes called as hellip Continue reading Posted in Aerobiology Bacteriology Tagged Endorphin Leave a comment Bacteria to Diesel Posted on July 29 2013 by biology online U S Department of Energy DOE s Joint BioEnergy Institute JBEI have engineered a microbe

    Original URL path: http://www.biology-online.org/blog/?cat=6 (2016-02-17)
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  • Endorphin | Biology Online Blog
    Share your work Skip to content Aerobiology Tag Archives Endorphin 5 Unexpected Activities that Release Endorphin Posted on May 20 2014 by biology online Endorphin is one of the natural happy chemicals released by our bodies This chemical which is secreted by our brains is responsible for helping us relieves stress anxiety and allows us to have higher tolerance for pain Sometimes called as hellip Continue reading Posted in Aerobiology

    Original URL path: http://www.biology-online.org/blog/?tag=endorphin (2016-02-17)
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  • Where is spring and the pollen allergy season? | Biology Online Blog
    much pollen the trees form for the next season I have taken pictures of the early pollinators the maple and the cedars They are not even slightly close to being ready to release their pollen A few days of warm temperatures could change that The birch trees the late pollinator have a while to wait until the weather provides them enough heat for their pollen season to begin There are stages of when different trees produce their pollen We have the early pollinators like the maples the alder elm cedars and the poplars The group of later pollinators consist of the oaks the ash the birch and the pine group There are other trees that fit in each of these groups but they can be different for each site Cladosporium Since the field of Aerobiology is its infancy we are still studying the impact of weather on the pollen seasons from year to year We knew early in March that 2014 going to be a late season and it has been When figuring out when the trees are going to be releasing their pollen we take into account several parameters These include matching weather seasons to previous years This is a long process and needs a great deal of pollen and weather data So for predicting the beginning of each season we use the current weather data for temperature rain and sunshine These are the most important and easily used indicators Sampler in Ottawa So this year is proving to be late in starting but we have to see what the weather holds out before being able to say what is going to happen Since the season is starting late the group of early pollinators will probably try and release their pollen quickly which has a potential of creating a

    Original URL path: http://www.biology-online.org/blog/?p=351 (2016-02-17)
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  • Allergens | Biology Online Blog
    Aerobiology Tag Archives Allergens Where is spring and the pollen allergy season Posted on April 10 2014 by biology online We hear it all the time When will winter be over Well not only are people saying it but so are the trees This winter the March weather has been very cold with lots of snow April has begun with hellip Continue reading Posted in Aerobiology Tagged Allergens Allergic reactions

    Original URL path: http://www.biology-online.org/blog/?tag=allergens (2016-02-17)
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  • Allergic reactions | Biology Online Blog
    Aerobiology Tag Archives Allergic reactions Where is spring and the pollen allergy season Posted on April 10 2014 by biology online We hear it all the time When will winter be over Well not only are people saying it but so are the trees This winter the March weather has been very cold with lots of snow April has begun with hellip Continue reading Posted in Aerobiology Tagged Allergens Allergic

    Original URL path: http://www.biology-online.org/blog/?tag=allergic-reactions (2016-02-17)
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