Robert Hooke who was the discoverer of the multi-cell, and there are many other scientists all over the world who had done an immense contribution in order to improve science.
Examples, in alphabetical order: bohrium, copernicium, curium, einsteinium, fermium, lawrencium, meitnerium, mendelevium, nobelium, roentgenium, rutherfordium, seaborgium; and this year probable flerovium.
in order to understand microorganisms, the scientists computerizes Bactria's DNA which the computer puts them in alphabetical order, then the scientists are able to understand which specific gene causes specific disease.
Here is a list of the names of famous scientists (in alphabetical order of the first name):Albert EinsteinAlfred NobelAntoine LavoisierArchimedesAristotleCharles DarwinEdward JennerErnest RutherfordGalileo GalileiGeorge OhmIsaac NewtonJohannes KeplerLouis PasteurMarie CurieMichael FaradayNicholas CopernicusNiels BohrThales
Two Roman contributions to architecture are the dome and the Tuscan order of column.
rank the five greek contributions in order of importance
Applied Scientists !
Seismologists or geophysical scientists.
In a table or a graph.
Imagine trying to find a word in the dictionary if there was no alphabetical order!
Yes. They do.
one is the only number in reverse alphabetical order, while 40 is the only in alphabetical order
Mathematicians do proof in order to solve Geometry theorems.
The two most important contributions of St. Ignatius of Loyola were his spiritual exercises and the founding of the Jesuit Order
It is important for scientists to state a conclusion in order to compare their hypothesis to the data that they observed.
It is not clear what exactly you want in alphabetical order.
Is an atlas un alphabetical order
Types of rocks are inside the Earth, so scientists study them.
A. E. Sarhan has written: 'Contributions to order statistics'
There are no numbers in alphabetical order! In alphanumeric order, numbers come first.
Alphabetical order makes it easy to find specific words.
it comes before It's in alphabetical order.