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As far as I understand the purpose of the Stack Exchange model, it is to provide expert answers, subject to peer review, to questions that could be of interest to a population greater than that of OP. That being said, the users that have built up reputation by providing quality, expert answers, are the ones also given the keys to making and approving edits. ...


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I mostly agree with @fileunderwater's answer but came across another example where I thought retagging was clearly appropriate so decided to make a separate answer: What is this small tissue structure found in kidney? I added the "endocrinology" tag to that question, because the answer is that the structure referenced was in fact an endocrine gland. Based ...


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I absolutely agree with user @theforestecologis 's proposal. Whatever our view to study is interdisciplinary or not; the nature is itself interdisciplinary... so there are connections or correlations among different areas and ways of studies. So theoretically it is possible an asker asked a question focused within subject or topic X; but its answer lies ...


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To me, the first should definitely be retagged (since the current tag is incorrect), but I'm hestant to the second one. The question doesn't have anything directly to do with either botany or zoology, even though those are used as examples in the answers. Generally, obviously missing or incorrect tags should be edited, but I think tags should have a clear ...


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