marvel actors fangirling over other marvel actors
I don’t think you understand how done I am with that shitty condescending argument of women not knowing what feminism is.
GUESS WHAT I’M DOING
Stop Chris Pratt before it’s too late 2k14
which way does a cyclops wing their eyeliner
tumblr user greenhoused is asking the real questions
It doesn’t matter, because Nobody is going to criticize their makeup.
WAS THAT A MOTHER FRACKING ODYSSEY PUN
Well, it wasn’t a motherfucking Oedipus pun, that’s for sure.
This post is epic
Best insults of all time
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Bruh, I’m just tryna get my ab game up though to be honest.
[ding dong, ding dong]
Hello, sir and/or madam! Have you heard the good news?
NEVER gets old
wheres the queen mosquito?? if i beat her ass all the other ones die right?? how many health bars does she have?
unfortunately the Queen Mosquito is a Load Bearing Boss for her evil lair, the world’s ecosystem.
Ecologists keep her hidden from aspiring adventurers such as yourself.
pants are like $15 on the old navy site right now and there’s a 30% off sale
THAT FIRST SITE IS EVERY WRITER’S DREAM DO YOU KNOW HOW MANY TIMES I’VE TRIED WRITING SOMETHING AND THOUGHT GOD DAMN IS THERE A SPECIFIC WORD FOR WHAT I’M USING TWO SENTENCES TO DESCRIBE AND JUST GETTING A BUNCH OF SHIT GOOGLE RESULTS
#GODZILLA (at Hollywood, CA)
Ratios and Punnett Squares
One way to easily illustrate and predict the patterns of inheritance is using a Punnett square. Usually, we use a capital letter to indicate a dominant allele and a lowercase letter to indicate a recessive allele. For example, Yy would be a pea plant with one dominant yellow allele and one recessive green allele.
If an organism has two identical alleles for a particular gene (like, a pea with two yellow alleles), then they are called homozygous for that gene (i.e. YY). If they have two different alleles, they are called heterozygous for that gene (i.e. Yy). When you cross two organisms that are both homozygous for the same gene, then their offspring will always be homozygous for that gene too. This is called purebreeding, or breeding true.
When we cross organisms that are heterozygous for that gene, we get:
When we cross organisms that are homozygous but have different alleles like yellow true bred peas and green true bred peas, we get:
Let’s say we have a plant that has a yellow phenotype, but we don’t know what its genotype is—since yellow is dominant, it could be YY or Yy. How can we figure it out? We can perform what’s called a test cross: cross is with a plant that is homozygous but only recessive, like yy. The allele contributed by the yellow plant will therefore always determine the appearance of the offspring—and if all the offspring are yellow, we know the original plant had dominant YY alleles.
If the offspring are half yellow and half green, we know the original plant had Yy alleles.
Further resources: A Beginner’s Guide to Punnett Squares
note: they get bigger and have MORE letters as time goes on
HOW IS THIS SUCH BEAUTIFUL QUALITY?
CAN WE JUST TALK ABOUT THE FACT THAT THIS IS ACTUALLY JOLIE’S DAUGHTER PLAYING YOUNG AURORA AND HOW TALENTED THIS WOMAN IS TO ACT OUT NOT WANTING TO HOLD AND CUDDLE HER OWN LITTLE WOMB NUGGET LIKE GOTDAMN WOMAN YOU GOOD.
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