What is the difference in Pokemon moves from first generation to second generation?
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What is the difference between an Apple iPod Nano 2GB first generation and an Apple iPod Nano 2GB second generation?
How to tell what model iPod nano you have . 1st generation iPod nanos were white or black with acrylic (plastic) faces and chrome backs, and came in 1GB, 2GB, and 4GB capacities.. 2nd generation iPod nanos were aluminum all around, came in several colors (silver, blue, green, pink, red, black)…, and came in 2GB (silver & black), 4GB (silver, blue, green, pink, red), and 8GB (black and red only) capacities.. In addition to the cosmetic difference from the 1st gen nanos, the 2nd gen nanos gained the capability to record audio via 3rd party devices such as the ExtremeMac micromemo iPod microphone.. 3rd generation iPod nanos (current as of this writing, 31 October 2007) are shorter and wider than their predecessors, have a brushed aluminum face with a chrome back, and come in 4GB (silver only) and 8GB (silver, blue, green, red, black) capacities.. 3rd gen nanos gained the ability to play video content and iPod games, and have an updated user interface, as well. (MORE)
What are the differences with reference to the first second and third generation of Colt SAA handguns?
Answer . 1st generation colts deals with the early model, 1870's up to about 1940's. second generation deals with time from about 1950's to about 1960's. 3d generalion deals with all colt from 1960's on. My dates may not be correct, but you see the time frame has to deal with 1,2,and3d generation… colts.......................... I do not have information concerning the applicable dates which distinguish the generations of Colt SSA's, but am advised that the Colt factory was totally destroyed in a fire in the 1960's resulting in a total loss of all machinery. The new machinery used metric threads for the barrels. This is referred to as the 3rd generation. The 1st and 2nd generation SSA's use non-metric threads. The 1st and 2nd generation parts are interchangeable but not the 3rd generation. (by Arn Fire) . In addition, the first generation had the so-called "black powder frame", which had the cylinder pin retaining screw coming into the frame at the front, up at about a 45 degree angle. The second generation "smokeless powder frame" had the cylinder pin retaining screw coming into the frame from the left side at 90 degrees to the frame. (MORE)
First generation computers are called ICL2900HP9845 A VAX11780.What are second generation computers called?
Second Generation computers. The VAX mentioned above is just a single model of first generation electronic computers.
In addition to providing your new address, if you already know what it will be, to all of your family, friends, and associates with whom you wish to share that information,, you must also be sure to fill out a change of address card with your local post office to ensure that future mail to your prev…ious address does not go astray. You must also notify your bank, credit untion, utility providers, business and employment associates, etc., with that same information.. To simply move to a different state without notifying other concerned parties is not only inconsiderate and a very poor business practice, but brings into question with others your character and the "real" reasons you moved. (MORE)
What was the main difference between the first generation computer and the second generation computer?
the improvement of technology, Size, Space and Performance, are the main differences between the 1st and 4th generation computers.
basically, Apple made an upgrade from the original iPod touch to the new one. The new one has better Wi Fi connectivity, a slimmer size than the old one, with built in speakers to boot. Being an iPod touch owner, I have to say it's a very good investment. If your looking for a new iPod, pick an 8 gi…g iPod touch up for 230$ and a 16 gig for 300$. Make sure you don' t break the screen, since it is easily broken! [hint buy a case for an extra 30$ bucks] (MORE)
\nThe 1st generation has a box shaped outershell while the 2nd generation has a more comfortable curved grip. The biggest difference is that the 2nd generation has external speakers that can be adjusted with the external volume control. The first generation does not. There are also minor changes lik…e better graphics and a wider variety of apps. (MORE)
Or how 'bout the iPod touch 3rd or 4th generations. Those are very good ones.
A recessive trait reappears in the 2nd generation. The classic example of this would be Gregor Mendel's pea plant cross. He took 2 pea plants, one short and one tall, cut out some of their reproductive parts so they couldn't self pollinate, and crossed their pollen. However, instead of getting a med…ium sized plant, he got 4 tall plants. This generation is the first, or F1, generation. Where did the short trait go? Did it simply disappear? Or was it being masked? To find out, he let the F1 generation self-pollinate. Surprisingly, there were 3 tall and 1 short plants in the F2 generation. Although the short trait was recessive, it reappeared in the second generation. (MORE)
The answer is no. For skins, maybe but for hard cases dont count on it. the 2nd gen's back part is a bit curved the 1st gen is flat. please give trust points thx
No, 1st gerneration iPod touches cannot fit a 2nd generation sleeve/case because 1st generation iPod touches are not shaped the same as 2nd gerneration iPod touches.
Some you get in the wild, some you rade over from a GBC game, some you cheat. Simple.
You may be confused. Ther is no 2nd generation download. the new iPod touch that came out is called the second generation. The old one being 1st generation.
well the 2nd gen has a curved back and built in speeker and able to get more software
well,. second generation is current generation right now (summer, 2009) second generation has built in speakers, and it's much skinnier, but it is also a bit more expensive, but i'd say its worth it. (i have one)
The generation of the iPod is the model. Every time Apple comes out with a new model of a certain iPod, that becomes the latest generation. As far as the original iPods go, the first generation is the one with the four buttons and the second generation was the first one to ever have a click wheel. T…hey both have black and white displays. (MORE)
Vacuum tubes are used in first generation computers and transistorsare used in second generation computers. Second generationcomputers are ten times faster than the first generation.
Well, mainly its just an updated version and 1st generation doesn't have built-in speakers like the 2nd does.
First Generation (1940-1956) Vacuum Tubes Second Generation (1956-1963) Transistors Third Generation (1964-1971) Integrated Circuits Fourth Generation (1971-Present) Microprocessors Fifth Generation (Present and Beyond) Artificial Intelligence The link below has a nice explanation of… the generations (MORE)
Yes it is. You put two compatible Pokemon into the daycare and after walking around for a bit they produce an egg.
First Generation Computers refer to ones with vacuum tubes and were really huge and required vast amounts of electricity. The programming was very limited and very complex USN machine language. Usually they were hardwired and the applications very limited.. Second Generation Computer were built usi…ng transistors that were much smaller and required less power and space. General Purpose program languages were developed that could be moved from 1 computer to the next. (MORE)
The Pokemon start at #152(chickorita) and end at #251(celebi) The region is the johto region. Games featuring the johto region are Pokemon Gold(GBC), Silver(GBC), Crystal(GBC), Heartgold(NDS), and Soulsilver(NDS) versions. Th newest games are Heartgold(NDS), and Soulsilver(NDS) versions. The starter…s for the johto region are Chikorita>Bayleef>Meganium Cyndaquil>Quilava>Typhlosion Totodile>Croconaw>Feraligatr (MORE)
Go to Pokemon.com, look at the pokedex. They have all the Pokemon there. The starters and their evolved forms are: Water - totodile - croconaw -feraligatr Grass - chikorita - bayleef - meganium Fire - cyndaquil - quilava - typhlosion
The "first generation" pesticides were largely highly toxic compounds, such as arsenic and hydrogen cyanide. Their use was largely abandoned because they were either too ineffective or too toxic. The "second generation" pesticides largely included synthetic organic compounds. ('Synthetic' here mea…ns made by humans -- not naturally occurring, while 'organic' means carbon containing, not to be confused with the popular use of "organic" as in "organic farming".) (MORE)
Note:This may not the answer* Well I think the 2nd generation is like an old type...With old and different features. But I own the 3rd and its very nice. Awesome quality..I've compared and think the 3rd is better. More fun anf features... That's my opinion so don't blame me if its wrong or rig…ht!!! (MORE)
I'm not sure of my answer but first one was natural and the second one is selective breeding.
The ipods from last year are all called 'the 3rd generation' in stores. but only the 32 gig and 64 gig are the '3rd generation' the differince: 3rd generations get mic with their headphones, the 3rd generation has a better processor (you can multitask and get a background wallpaper, those featur…es cant be done with ipod touch 2g. the second gen sucks its bulky and doesentg have a mic just get a new ipod. (MORE)
The Second Generation Pokemon games were the ones before Sapphire, Emerald, and Ruby. They were Gold and Silver (Soon to be released as HeartGold and SoulSilver), released together, and finished off by Crystal version in 2001. This generation also saw the release of Pokemon Stadium 2.
A first generation solar system would have contained mostly hydrogen and very little if any of the heavier elements. Second generation solar systems, made from the exploded remnants of first generation stars, would have a higher proportion of heavy elements and thus have more rocky planets and star…s that could use energy sources other than hydrogen fusion after their hydrogen was exhausted. (MORE)
Yes. The internal components in the 3rd generation iPod Touch are the same components found in the iPhone 3GS. These components include a much faster processor and graphics processing from the previous two generations. The 3rd generation also has increased RAM from 128MB in the 1st & 2nd generat…ion iPod Touches to 256MB in the 3rd generation iPod Touches. The 3rd generation iPod Touch also features Voice Control which is not found in the previous two generations. (MORE)
Digital traffic channels: The most notable difference between the two generations is that first generation systems are almost purely analog, where as second generation systems are digital. In particular, the first generation systems are designed to support voice channels using FM; digital traffic …is supported only by the use of a modem that converts the digital data into analog form. Second generation systems provide digital traffic channels. These readily support digital data; voice traffic is first encoded in digital form before transmitting. Of course, for second-generation systems, the user traffic (data or digitized voice) must be converted to an analog signal for transmission between the mobile unit and the base station. Encryption: Because all of the user traffic, as well as control traffic, is digitized in second-generation systems, it is a relatively simple matter to encrypt all of the traffic to prevent eavesdropping. All second-generation systems provide this capability, whereas first generation systems send user traffic in the clear, providing no security. Error detection and correction: The digital traffic stream of second-generation systems also lends itself to the use of error detection and correction techniques. The result can be very clear voice reception. Channel access: In first generation systems, each cell supports a number of channels. At any given time a channel is allocated to only one user. Second generation systems also provide multiple channels per cell, but each channel is dynamically shared by a number of users using time division multiple access (TDMA) or code division multiple access (CDMA). (MORE)
Pokemon from the first generation refer to the original 150 (or 151 if you include Mew) that were featured in Pokemon Red, Blue, and Yellow.
2nd Gen has 8 GB, 16 GB, 32 GB 3rd Gen has 8GB(But is the same as the 2nd), 32 GB, 64 GB 3rd Gen 32 GB and 64 GB are faster, have a mic, and that's all I think.
100. There are 251 Pokemon by the end of the second generation. The first 151 Pokemon were all first generation Pokemon. That leaves you with 100 second generation Pokemon.
The main difference between first generation and fifth generationcomputers is upgrades. Typically, first generation is more of abeta system and fifth has had many upgrades added to it to make itrun faster and has a better performance.
That's in the Kanto region. Pokemon red, blue, yellow. I believe there was Green also but it's only in Japanese.
What is the difference between first and second generations of antipyschotic in relation to dopamine receptors?
1 st generation : more likely to bind to D2 receptors . 2 nd generation : more likely to bind to D4 receptors That's why we get less extra-pyramidal side effects with 2nd generation (because extra-pyramidal side effects are mediated mainly through D2 receptors).
No, unfortunatly. It would be a good thing if you could, but a Pokemon just can't learn a move from a Previous generation.
In most systems of classifying computers into generations, first generation computers used vacuum tubes while second generation computers used discrete transistors. Some differences: . first - big, second - not so big . first - generated lots of heat, second - generated less heat . first - high… voltages, second - low voltages . first - tube heaters burn out, second - transistors don't have heaters . first - needed on site manufacturer engineering support, second - needed on call manufacturer engineering support (MORE)
The strongest Pokemon would have to be Mewtwo then the next best would probably be Mew.
a ton, one is tyranitar go to the islands, get pokemon black or white they are 5th generation old timer.
the first used the analog signal but secund used the degital signal becuse multimedia application
In every Pokemon game up to Ruby and Sapphire, you must use what were called "Link Cables". They were manufactured specifically for Game Boy and Game Boy Color consoles. The Game Boy Advance has a different Link Cable to use for it. FireRed and LeafGreen were the first Pokemon games to use Wireless …Adapters for trading. Anyways, hook up with a friend, and go to any Pokemon Center on the second floor and you will find a trading center. If you don't have a Link Cable, Gamestop may have them, as well as EBay. (MORE)
there the same just difrent years and stuff like that i havea ipod touch difree from 3 is it has tow casmaras
second generation computers used individual discrete transistors, mostly germanium. . third generation computers used integrated circuits, some hybrid integrated circuits on ceramic, most silicon monolithic integrated circuits.
Most electronic devices are released in different "generations" before a new model is created. A 1st generation laptop means it is an entirely different model than previous laptops from that company. In a 2nd generations laptop, minor changes have been made to the previous model, but not significant… enough to give the product a new model name. (MORE)
The difference between the 1st and 3rd generation iPod is slightly different. the cases will still work, the difference between the two generations is that the 3rd generation is slightly slimmer than the 1st generation.
Green (Japan only), Red, Blue and Yellow. There are remakes of the first two on the GBA from the third generation (Leaf Green + Fire Red)
The main difference is that first generation languages (1GL) are low-level while second generation languages (2GL) are high-level. Before there were any programming languages everything had to be coded manually using machine code, the native language of the machine (0GL if you like). However, it was… quickly realised that the computer itself could be programmed to assemble the machine code from a symbolic language which became known as assembly language, the first 1GL language. Each machine required its own assembler because the symbolic assembly language, like the machine code it produced, was machine-specific. That is, machine code could only operate upon machines of the same type. 1GL languages made programming easier, however every program still had to be designed and coded in minute detail. Thus more complex languages began to appear, languages which incorporated a greater degree of abstraction between the source code and the machine itself, allowing the production of many assembly instructions in just a few lines of "high-level" source code. These became the first of the 2GL languages. The programs that performed the translation from source code to assembly code became known as compilers (which were originally written in assembly language, of course). The resultant assembly code could then be optimised by hand before being fully assembled. However, as these new languages advanced, they began to incorporate their own optimisers and could emit the machine code directly. More importantly, as each machine had its own compiler, the same high-level source code could be "ported" to different machines. These became the 3GL languages, with C being the most prevalent until the introduction of C++ in 1983. These days the terms 4GL, 5GL (and even 6GL!) are used to describe some new languages, but they are meaningless terms because once you have portability between machines (which was achieved with 3GL), there's really nothing new you can add to any language that can surpass portability. All new languages are just better 3GL languages! The "generation" labels are typically used by marketing types to make one language seem superior to another even when the perceived "enhancement" is insignificant or, in some case, completely non-existent! There are perfectly adequate 3GL languages that, through simple improvements and continued development, are fully capable of achieving the same ends as any so-called 4GL+ language. Languages are best categorised by their primary features: whether they are functional, empirical, procedural, structured, object-oriented, and so on, or by the fields in which they specialise, whether it be general purpose programming, business programming or artificial intelligence programming. These tell you far more about a specific language than any meaningless "generation" label ever can. (MORE)
Yes, the accessories for the first generation iPad Mini work on thesecond generation iPad Mini.