Results for: Donor

In Health

How can you be a donor?

It depends on two factors.those factors are why do you want to be and sperm donor? are you doing it for money or are you doing it for the good of helping infertile couples? if (MORE)
In Definitions

What is a donor?

A donor is defined as someone who contributes or gives to another person or organization. Examples: A person who gives blood is a donor. A person who gives to the poor is a (MORE)
In Health

How do you get a donor card?

If you are referring to an organ donor card, usually they are included as a part of most state's drivers license applications or applications for state ID. Just fill it out an (MORE)
In Health

How can you get a donor card?

Contact the place through which you have donated blood. Organ donor cards may or not exist in your jurisdiction...in BC, Canada the info is attached to your driver's licenc (MORE)
In Sexual Health and Education

What are donor cards?

Donor Cards are cards that give information about what you wished done with your body parts, after you die. You fill it out and keep it with you in case you die without bei (MORE)
In Chemistry

What is an electron donor?

Any substance that can donate electron is known as electron donor. Also known as reducing agent.
In Chemistry

What are donor impurity?

impurity is nothing but a foreign element. donor corresponds to donating an e-. So donor impurities are those which generally have 1 e- more than the material ( generally semi (MORE)
In Grammar

Are you 'an' organ donor or 'a' organ donor?

An organ donor Answer: use a before a word that starts with a consonant. eg a dog, a book, a tsunami Use an before a word that starts with a vowel. eg an apple, an envel (MORE)
In Grammar

Who can be an organ donor?

anyone can be an organ donor, age is not a barrier, different countries will have their own regulations
In Uncategorized

What are doctorate donors?

A doctorate donor is a donor that obtained a doctorate degree in his or her study. However, this could be in law, education, medical, and etc.