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Welcome to /r/Anatomy!
For the study of anatomical structure. New discoveries? Vestigial organs? Anything relating to bodies can go here.
In this subreddit, you can share relevant content, discuss the latest news, get help in anatomy-related matters, share your latest paper with us and hopefully learn a thing or two!
- Follow the reddiquette.
- No spamming.
- No trolling.
- No personal attacks.
- Do not request medical advice: health issues should be submmited to /r/AskDocs.
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The Biology Network
>news for genome hackers
> If you have a specific bioinformatics related question, there is also the question and answer site BioStar and the next generation sequencing community SEQanswers If you want to read more about genetics or personalized medicine, please visit /r/genomics Information about curated, biological-relevant databases can be found in /r/BioDatasets Multicore, cluster, and cloud computing news, articles and tools can be found over at /r/HPC.
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The Biology Network
Welcome to \/r/Biology!
> A place to discuss all things biology! We welcome people and content from all related fields. Feel free to share the latest news, discuss relevant content, show off your latest publication, or ask for help on anything from career choices, to how to get that one finicky assay to finally work.
> no spamming (ie. posting tons to links to the same website). no memes or ragecomics (they can be posted in /r/labrats) no pictures with text overlayed no low effort jokes, comedy, puns, etc. Health or Medical questions should be submitted to /r/AskDocs. simple homework help should be posted to /r/homeworkhelp
> We have self-serve user flair. Pick flair representing your favorite biological field of interest. You don't have to be an expert in it. If you don't have a favorite genre of biology, consider "general biology" or "bio enthusiast". If you want something off-list, you can change the flair text yourself.
> Please label your submissions with user flair after submitting them.
> /r/Animals /r/Awwducational /r/Education /r/Environment /r/Green /r/Nature /r/AskScience /r/Science /r/Science2 /r/botany
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Biomimicry connects two seemingly unconnected disciplines, biology and engineering, to help solve human design challenges by looking to nature for inspiration.
205 subscribers a community for 9 years, 6 monthslast post 519 days ago [+]
This is NOT a news subreddit. Please share important research articles from different fields of biology and medical sciences. The goal of this subreddit is to keep track of important research articles in different disciplines.
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News about any technological application that uses biological systems, living organisms, or derivatives thereof, to make or modify products or processes for specific use.
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A branch of Biology that involves the scientific study of plant life. This subreddit functions as both a place to discuss past, present, and future botanical research, as well as a hub for all other botanical subreddits.
Plant Identification Requests Belong In /r/whatsthisplant
- Mycology - Fungi
- Entomology - Insects
- Palynology - Pollen
- Pteridology - Ferns
- Bryology - Bryophytes
- Phycology - Algae
- Phytopathology - Plant Pathology
- Microbiology - Microbiology
- Gardening - General plant care
- Plant Clinic - What's wrong with my plant?
- Horticulture - Garden plant cultivation and care
- Ethnobotany - Plants & People
- Savage garden - Carnivorous plants
- Berries and Small Fruit - Small fruit
- Orchids - Orchid ID, care, and growth
- Cactus - Cactus ID, care, and growth
- Bromeliads - Brom ID, care, and growth
- Forestry - Everything forestry
- Forest Health - Science of global forests
- SFWTrees - Arboriculture
- RedditForest - Forests
- Rainforest - Rainforests
- Invasive Species - Invasive Species
- Botany Papers - Peer reviewed botany
- Seed Exchange - Seed exchange
- Seed Stock - Online seed retailers
- What's this plant? - Plant ID experts
- Botanical Porn (SFW) - Plant photos
- Flowers - Flower pictures
- Hot Peppers - Everything hot peppers
- Botanical Illustrations Botanical art
If your subreddit is not listed, or you would like to suggest a subreddit, please message the mods
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- Please post anything of interest here about entomology. This subreddit is also an insect/arachnid identification service.
- After submitting your post, please check the "New" tab. If your post is not visible then it may have been caught by the spam filter. Message the mods and we will fix it for you.
- Guidelines for submitting photos for ID
- A note about insect bite ID requests: The mods have decided to ban requests for insect bite Identification due to low success rate of identification and the dangers of misdiagnosis. We recommend you see a medical professional if you are concerned about a bite.
Past Featured Insect posts:
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In biology, and specifically genetics, epigenetics is the study of changes in gene expression or cellular phenotype, caused by mechanisms other than changes in the underlying DNA sequence – hence the name epi- (Greek: επί- over, above, outer) -genetics, some of which have been shown to be heritable.
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r/genomics r/biochemistry r/ClinicalGenetics r/PharmacoGenomics r/labsafety r/microbiology r/BehavioralMedicine r/evolutionary
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Sometimes people do weird shit, like crunch ice cubes when low on iron. What if this is a misdirected adaptation originally developed to make anemics eat more bone marrow?
This subreddit is chartered as a place to explore an evolutionary approach to health and medicine.
1,814 subscribers a community for 7 years, 8 monthslast post 39 days ago [+]
Human Biological Diversity (HBD)
/r/HBD: Human Biological Diversity (HBD) is the study of human genetics and how they are responsible for our inclinations, behaviors, preferences, abilities, intelligence, life span, and other attributes.
Where "normal" human society considers the human mind to be programmable, HBD starts from the other perspective, which is that genetics is the cause and behaviors the effect, even if we are all in denial of how little control we have over ourselves.
HBD explores evolution's many branches in the human species, including race, ethnicity, caste, class and family. Also includes race realism.
- Follow Reddit site-wide rules.
- All contributions must be civil, fact/logic based, and informative.
- JayMan’s Race, Inheritance, and IQ F.A.Q.
- The biological basis of race
- John Goodrum: The Race FAQ
- Steve Sailer: The Race FAQ
- Linda Gottfredson: The g Factor and Education and the g Factor
- Richard Lynn, Intelligence and the Wealth and Poverty of Nations
15,800 subscribers a community for 6 years, 2 monthslast post today [+]
Welcome in the lab
Got lab stories? Experiments gone wrong? PIs gone AWOL? Need help with your experiments? Share your stories!
- No ads or commercial offers
- No surveys etc.
- No requests for unqualified (dangerous) home experiments
If you think your post is caught in the spam filter, please message one of the mods.
14,254 subscribers a community for 9 years, 4 monthslast post today [+]
The Biology Network
> The study of eukaryotes, fungi, protists, prokaryotes, viruses, and prions.
> 1. No Politics 2. No Religion 3. No Racism 4. No Condoning of Violence 5. Please remember to add a link flair to your submission 6. Refrain from microbe identification posts. Unless you have more than enough pertinent information to identify it, the post will be removed
> /r/AskScience /r/botany /r/epidemiology /r/epigenetics /r/enzymes /r/forensics /r/hematology /r/influenza /r/medicine /r/medlabprofessionals /r/microbiome /r/neurology /r/pathology /r/species
34,812 subscribers a community for 8 years, 7 monthslast post 2 days ago [+]
/r/neuro, involving neuroscience: Discussion and news pertaining to neurobiology, cognitive studies, clinical neuroscience, the laboratory, and anything else related.
Feel free to check out:
See also the full list of Psych/Cog/Neuro subreddits.
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Reddit Day Of
Each day has a new topic. People are encouraged to research and post something they think the community will find interesting. Hopefully, readers will learn something new about a topic they previously had little knowledge in. We have few rules but memes/advice animals belong elsewhere. Please limit the number of items you post to four per topic. Please post content relevant to the day's topic.
The best post of the day, by net upvotes, receives an Award ^1 . The winner may nominate a future topic. It may take a few days for winners to be awarded.
To encourage a variety of content, the top text/self-post of the day, by net upvotes, is also eligible for an Award ^1 (More info).
Don't be put off if the topic doesn't instantly interest you. Even the most mundane topics can have very interesting trivia. We've linked with /r/musicthemetime to post music under the daily topic.
Please upvote generously to reward those taking the time to research and post. Down-votes are disabled, we encourage content & participation.
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