1. How do nutrients get to the cells they need to get to?

  2. Why are there so few multicellular anaerobes?
  3. Are all/most/any membranes comprised of lipids from the smooth ER?

  4. What is the function of multiple nuclei in syncytial cells?

  5. Number of serotonergic neurons in mouse/rat DRN

  6. Condition for a genetically modified group of cell to remain and to spread?

  7. Do strictly anaerobic organisms use metabolic reactions requiring oxygen?

  8. Why is ATP the preferred choice for energy carriers?
  9. peptide MHC microarray

  10. Cell division and replication

  11. DNA centrifugation in water

  12. Solubility of thromboxane A2 agonist U-46619 in H2O

  13. DNA or enzymes — which came first?
  14. Biology Intuition and Origin of the "facts"

  15. Do human somatic cells have 46 chromosomes all the time?
  16. How can myoglobin be responsible for the red color of meat if it is located in the cytoplasm?
  17. Cell differentiation by non-identical copies

  18. Type of plant cell that builds a secondary wall in between two primary walls?
  19. Do leaves grow larger by adding cells at the centre or at the edge?

  20. Unsure about definition of "n" and "C" values in mitosis
  21. What organelles are in an onion cell?
  22. How are negligibly senescent animals dealing with senescent cell buildup?
  23. Are centrioles really absent in human neurons?

  24. How to surpass cell death?
  25. Clatherin Mediated endocytosis is pinocytosis or phagocytosis?
  26. Why are sugars like mannose expressed on the outside of the cell wall?

  27. Meaning of term ‘rapidly labeled RNA’

  28. Can internal regulator proteins signal other cells?

  29. Organisation of centrioles in centrosome
  30. Cyanobacteria pools as carbon sinks

  31. Are there special pairs present in the RC of both photosystem I and photosystem II?
  32. How do membrane proteins find their target locations?
  33. Is it possible to determine what tissue a DNA sample came from based solely on its sequence?

  34. Is there any way to make protein pass through cell membrane?
  35. How can calcium be a kept as a local signal in the cytoplasm?

  36. Ribosomes location

  37. What happens to oocyte centrosomes after fecundation?

  38. Is aneuploidy/aneusomy only a problem for cell division?

  39. What are these lines that connect into cells called?
  40. How long will a vegetable live for after being harvested?

  41. How would one go about identifying unknown cell cycle checkpoint proteins (i.e., cyclins)?

  42. e-value how can be changed if we change the score?

  43. What is a control in an enzyme question.

  44. What's the relation between Kinase, Phosphatase and ATPase, GTPase (GTP/ATP)?

  45. Will neurons die if they are inactive for a long time?
  46. Life cycle of proteins
  47. What effects does being cryogenically frozen have on a person's body?

  48. Understanding histones and the histone code

  49. Why does cell differentiation start with the morula?

  50. Onion Cells or Pear Cells?

  51. Exclusion Limit and permeability of outer membrane
  52. Why there is no typical cells

  53. Activity of the Sodium Pump
  54. Etymology of vimentin
  55. What plastic eating organisms are there to help with plastic in landfills problem?
  56. How do you differenciate between the eukaryotes and prokaryotes?
  57. What is the difference between tissue engineering and 3D bioprinting?
  58. which exact mechanism triggers the first cell differentiation after n divisions?

  59. How does photosynthesis affect algae growth?
  60. What happens to deep sea creatures if they reach the surface?
  61. Why do you get an increase in bicarbonate ions after vomiting?

  62. cyclin D in the cell cycle
  63. Consequence of touching Formaldehyde

  64. How can Valonia ventricosa cells get so big?

  65. Questions about apoptosis

  66. Can the radius of curvature of a cell be so large with respect to the size of incoming molecule that it can be considered flat?
  67. Does a "regular" somatic cell spend its entire life dividing or in preparation for dividing?
  68. About which cells in the human body do we know most?

  69. Speed of molecules in human cells?
  70. Function of lysosomes in cell

  71. Why cornstarch for athlete's feet?

  72. The second law of thermodynamics and the cell (3 questions)?

  73. How are cells of the cornea transparent?
  74. Picture of a camel's red blood cells
  75. Why difference in degree of folding in a cell?

  76. Enhancer elements in prokaryotic DNA?
  77. Genetics, why spindle fibers attach to centrosome

  78. How do lipid-soluble substances diffuse through the cell membrane?

  79. Mast cells in the GI tract?
  80. Why do erythrocytes have no MHC1 but platelets do?

  81. What happens to those molecules that are not received by receptor proteins on the cell membrane?
  82. Where did H2 come from at pyruvate oxidation?
  83. Is there any difference between hydrogen acceptor and hydrogen carrier?

  84. Aquaporin and the exclusion of $H^+$

  85. Does ribosome associated with RER separate from RER after finishing protein synthesis?

  86. DNA is charged negative. Where is all the positive charge in my body?

  87. How the glycogen accumulate intracellularly in the reversible cell injury?

  88. Sodium potassium balance in a cell

  89. Rate of cell division in humans

  90. Does the fluid surrounding the Alveoli that allows gases to diffuse have a name?

  91. Is the secondary cell wall just a hardened primary cell wall?
  92. How do plant cell vacuoles form?

  93. Can Phosphogycolate buildup in a plant kill it?
  94. Bulk transport and vesicular transport

  95. Cancer and Evolution

  96. Where do all the NAD+s come from?

  97. Is there a purpose for nucleated red blood cells in reptile, avian and fish blood?

  98. Why do germs live longer on surfaces than on skin?
  99. Yeast contamination with fungus patch
  100. Why do cells not store glucose