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Correct. What is normally done is that the seeds of seeded fruit is genetically altered to produce seedless crop. After this crop grows, another seeded crop must be altered to produce a second seeded crop.
When learning about how Viruses get their genetic material into the cell, the bacteriophage is usually used to show one way. m The "feet" of the bacteriophage (shown in the picture) rest on the cell membrane. Then the "legs" have the virus "sit down" to press the Tail Pins into the membrane. Then th...
MrMistery wrote:Nemi wrote:Oh and MrMistery, I think you spelled colors wrong.
Even though my english is very far from perfect, i did know how to spell colors, i just wasn't paying attention.
I make type-o's all the time
mithrilhack wrote:Yes, there is no brain switching, only body switches.
I also don't like your generalization about how half the diseases stem from the brain.
Perhaps he was saying that the most common cause of death (old age) was the result of neural deterioriation.
You know that if brain transplants were possible there wouldn't be half the diseases there are today because, most disease are in the brain. Wouldn't you think that if it was possible to detach the brain stem to switch with another person you would have there memories? Isn't that crazy!? What do yo...
What you are experiencing when you feel the need to yawn when you see others yawn is called "social facilitation." Social facilitation is a process by which one member of a population does something, the rest do the same thing. This is also experienced when you see someone throwing up. You get the f...
How does sweat is produced....please show the step "simplely" or easy to understand......(just imagine that I'm 7 years old)
Your body produces sweat in little sweat glands. Sweating cools your body down, and these sweat glands are specially made to make sweat.
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hurly wrote:Thanks, but none have answered my question. Is this common for normal people. I know it's not healthy due to bacteria infections etc?
No. This is not a common condition. Perhaps you should see a health professional.