Food is cooled from surrounding air particles and so if a packet is obstructing the vibration of the particles the food will be unable to cool.
DNA is tightly packed inside itself. Each chromosome consists of one continuous thread-like molecule of DNA coiled tightly around proteins.
Particles inside a solid are packed tightly into neat rows, those that are in a gas are floating around an moving randomly and in a liquid they are not as tightly packed and aren't in rows
The inside of a rhino's horn is nothing but hair, packed in tightly by the hard outer shell of the horn.
Chromosomes are tightly packed DNA. When DNA is not tightly packed it is called chromatin. Chromosomes only exist during mitosis or meiosis.
no, they are tightly packed together but the particles vibrate
what is the measure if how tightly matter is packed into a givin volume of a substance
The adverb is "tightly", as it describes how he packed the tent.
Atoms are most tightly packed in the solid phase.
The high temperatures inside the rock cause the rock particles to melt and on cooling, they cement tightly together
it is packed 900 demerios