Month: May 2022

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What is the difference between lucerne and alfalfa?

The name alfalfa is used in North America. The name lucerne is the more commonly used name in the United Kingdom, South Africa, Australia, and New Zealand. The plant superficially resembles clover (a cousin in the same family), especially while young, when trifoliate leaves comprising round leaflets predominate. Is alfalfa also called lucerne? alfalfa, (Medicago […]

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How do you win at elevens?

HOW TO WIN: To win at a round of Elevens, you must remove absolutely all cards from play – including those from the Deck. Once you have matched all cards in the Deck, then you have won the round. It is possible to play this game with more than one player. How do you play […]

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When was stfx founded?

Who owns StFX university? St. Francis Xavier University Coat of arms of St. Francis Xavier University Former names Arichat College (1853–1855) St. Francis Xavier College/ Seminary (1855–1866) Endowment $140 million Chancellor John Peacock President Andrew Hakin How many students does StFX have? A primarily undergraduate university of about 5,000 students, located in Antigonish, Nova Scotia, […]

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How is maya angelou?

Death. Angelou died on the morning of May 28, 2014, at the age 86. She was found by her nurse. Although Angelou had reportedly been in poor health and had canceled recent scheduled appearances, she was working on another book, an autobiography about her experiences with national and world leaders. How would you describe Maya […]

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How can i make a voltmeter?

To make this you are going to need: A cardboard of 7.5 * 7 inches. A small but powerful magnet. Magnet wire, the thinner the better. A cardboard piece of 7 * 0.5 inches or a straw. Straw works better. Scissors. A pin. A paper clip or something similar. some more scrap cardboards. What can […]

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Is lay an irregular verb?

It is an irregular verb and it doesn’t take an object. The -ing form is lying and the past simple is lay. The -ed form, lain, is very formal and is rarely used: I love to lie on a beach and read. Is lie an irregular verb? (Sit and set, probably the irregular verbs that […]

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What helps transport materials across the membrane?

Channels. Channel Proteins in Facilitated Transport: Facilitated transport moves substances down their concentration gradients. They may cross the plasma membrane with the aid of channel proteins. What helps transport materials across the cell membrane? Facilitated diffusion is diffusion that is helped along (facilitated by) a membrane transport channel. These channels are glycoproteins (proteins with carbohydrates […]

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What did oswald avery discover that dna is responsible for?

Oswald Avery, Colin MacLeod, and Maclyn McCarty Maclyn McCarty Maclyn McCarty (June 9, 1911 – January 2, 2005) was an American geneticist, a research scientist described in 2005 as “the last surviving member of a Manhattan scientific team that overturned medical dogma in the 1940’s and became the first to demonstrate that genes were made […]

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What is a water pressure gauge?

A water pressure gauge is a pressure measurement instrument that indicates the water pressure in a system. It is a calibrated pressure indicator connected to a water pipe or tank and translates the force exerted on it into units such as Pascal, bar, Torr, etc. Where do you put a water pressure gauge? For municipal […]

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What are practical issues in research?

Practical issues relate to time, money and logistics. Sometimes the best method for researching a particular topic, theoretically, has to be rejected because it would cost a great deal of money to conduct, it would be very difficult to carry out, or because it would take a very long time to get results. What are […]