homologous chromosomes behave independently Pairing of homologous chromosomes allowing independent segregation and crossing over is unique to meiosis. In mitosis, homologous chromosomes behave independently.
"Empowering leaders" who give employees room to think and behave independently
They react independently in a chemical reaction.
People behave politically because that is like a law the government made
Chemists know that separated ions are present in a solution is because it is an excellent conductor of electricity.
To control how people behave, for the common good.
You should behave honourably toward Fujiwara Michinaga, wo are the highpoint of the Fujiwara clan's control over the government of Japan.
The local government ensures that local citizens behave. The local government also enforces laws. Those who break the law are punished accordingly.
Kangaroos are a wild and powerful animal that live in the Australian bush. They are mostly docile but if threatened can become unpredictable.
Of course it is. It teaches you how to behave in high society and teaches you about the government and citizenship. The government can be boring at times but its good to know about the government you are living under.
war, government rule, anything that shapes the way in which we behave or relate to one another as a society
How do baboons behave
They behave fearsly
Like most native Australian animals, wallabies try to avoid humans. They scatter at the approach of people, and are quite shy, especially the rock-wallaby varieties.
"Behave" in English is comportarsi in Italian.
Perhaps you care to elaborate...if not, then ask yourself: Why do Frenchmen behave like Frenchmen Why do Germans behave like Germans Why do Gambians behave like Gambians Why do Norwegians behave like Norwegians Why do Nepalese behave like Nepalese Why do Venezuelans behave like Venezuelans. Get the point?
how deo elephants behave?
a metal behave naughty
cricket behave to mate
they behave like worms
Who really cares how they behave.
behave = comportate