LB+:There should have been bacterial growth but no blue colonies because there was an anti-biotic acting against it. LB-: Nothing should have happened because there was no bacteria and plasmid given. 3. One of the plates should have no growth and that was the LB- plate. This happened because the plate was given no bacteria or anything to start growth.
In the Star Wars series, there is a lot of space battles. If the space battles were realistic, you wouldn't hear anything at all. The reason is because space is a vacuum and sound requires matter to propagate. In space you would be able to hear everything inside your cockpit but everything outside you wouldn't hear a thing, it will be only silence. Because it is a fictional movie, sound is in there for attract the audience.
The stronger the magnet the greater the field. The static magnetic field can have mechanical effects on the pacemaker. It has been known to effect certain parts of the pacemaker allowing it to revert to different intervals of pacing. It also has the ability to reprogram or reset the device all together. The static magnetic field exerts a magnetic force that can dislodge the pacemaker leads.
The system is encrypted and cannot be picked up on scanners meaning no one can tap into the network i.e. with another radio and listen into conversation amongst officers. There are currently over 100,000 separate units that use airwave. This device is able to transfer data, speech and images therefore enabling officers extra time not recurring to their station resulting in officers able to respond faster. Advantages- This Radio operates as such a mobile phone and a data terminal.
Wind and waves have a huge impact on beach erosion they are shaping and reshaping the beaches daily, almost as if that’s their responsibility. Taking sand from the beach and moving it out to sea. The waterline just seems to be getting closer and closer than it was the day before (Kaufman and Pilkey 25-8). Waterlines are in a continuous rise and winds are working away at sand dunes. With cameras to survey the beaches, the sand is blown back and forth all around the beaches rising one side of the beach and lowering the other.
Technically, electricity is created by particles that carry a charge, usually electrons. In a wire or any other conductor, electrons move freely around the stationary atomic nuclei making up the conductor. Electrical current is the movement of these charged particles. In most conductors, the flow of electrons is impeded by some resistance, which can be thought of as collisions of electrons with the nuclei or other electrons. This creates an atomic-level "friction" which produces heat (and light in some cases, such as a light bulb or glowing heater element).
Liquids? 3. Aqueous solutions (when the covalent compounds are dissolved in water)? Covalent compounds cannot conduct electricity as liquid or aqueous solution because ions are needed to conduct electricity in water and there are no ions in a covalent compound. They cannot conduct electricity as a solid because the normal don’t transfer electrons unless they react with something else.
Therefore the Megladon fish is a laterally compressed fish which allows it to live in dense covers or coral reefs. Laterally compressed fish make the fish flattened side-to-side. The coral reefs of Jamaica are vibrant and full of fish. The Megladon's body shape is efficient enough to allow burst of speed, escape from predators as well as fit into small spaces. They have two pectoral fins that are forked in on the sides which enable them to control their direction of movement.
For me, I live within an internal and external world when I go surfing. I have utilised the characteristics from The Boat to structure my story. The Boat appealed to me due to the connection that the characters have to the sea especially the mother “who looks upon the sea”. My story is a personal reflective piece which uses first person narrative in order to describe the moments in the past which have connected in a poignant way to me. I have attempted to describe the physical landscape of the coast using metaphor and personification similar to the descriptive techniques used by Macleod.